Adirondack Style

The intent for this lake home was to settle into the existing evergreen forest, massive rocks and shrubs on site. Materials reflecting this natural environment were chosen to further camouflage the structure; wooden shingles for roofing and siding, stone column bases, and 1/2 logs installed in an Adirondack style. The landscaping around the house blends almost seamlessly with the existing vegetation.
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“Wood/stone...woodsy” — kdlusk
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“wood windows” — carolereinwald
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“Siding, trim, the way it fits into the site, windows” — bday1315
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“Red windows” — bbrooklyn74
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“Fake log” — dougstoner3
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“Y” — pearce43
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
McCall Design & Planning
Ideabooks18
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“Cabin” — greenandsimple
McCall Design & Planning
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This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
“There” — wils5604
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