Quite Possibly the Most Amazing Lakeside Estate

Today’s home blows me away with its amazing architecture and beautiful home décor. What a stunning lakeside estate by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects that’s sure to impress anyone who crosses its threshold!

Stone House Lakeside Estate Photo by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

A large glass and iron door greets you under the stone archway.

Iron and Glass Front Door in Rustic HomePhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

The architect paid careful attention to details – like being able to see from through the entryway all the way out to the lake beyond.

Glass and Iron Windows Meet Stone WallsPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

You’re immediately filled with awe and anticipation upon entering. And even though this is a lakeside estate, the interior feels very comfortable and casual. Not at all stuffy!

Entryway with View of Lake and HillsPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

A touch of blue appears in the family room with its wood beamed ceiling and hardwood floors. Casual furniture is gathered into a conversational arrangement around the gorgeous stone fireplace.

Beach Style Living Room with Fireplace in Lakeside EstatePhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Note the use of repeated elements from room to room, like the wrought iron pendant lights and gray-blue paint.

Butler's Pantry with Gray-Blue CabinetsPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

 The kitchen is functional and beautiful with a country vibe. And of course, that beautiful wall of windows that allows you to enjoy the lake views while cooking and dining.

Rustic Country Dining Room with Gray-Blue CabinetsPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

The staircase enjoys small quirky windows that let in plenty of natural light. The railing is simple so as not to distract from the winding stairs and wooden steps.

Multi-Level Staircase in Lakeside EstatePhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

In the bedrooms, you’ll find the same soft neutral colors paired with the gray-blue paint. The canape bed mimics the railing from the staircase. I love when rooms flow from one to the next with similar elements.

Country Estate Bedroom with Vaulted Ceiling and Poster BedPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Another bedroom enjoys a different type of beamed ceiling. Shiplap walls and an arched window add their own special ambiance.

Beach Style Bedroom with Wooden Beams on CeilingPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Who can resist this cozy little curtained bed? I would love sleeping here by myself! The small sconce allows for nighttime reading.

Cozy Bedroom Nook with CurtainsPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

A beautiful free standing bathtub creates a relaxing space for soaking with bubbles while enjoying a panoramic view.

Bathroom with Metal Free Standing TubPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

You’ll find a wealth of details throughout this amazing lakeside estate – like this quirky little door in a stone wall.

Little Blue Door on Stone HousePhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Who wants to buy me a house like this? I always thought the Randolph Cottage was my favorite home tour, but I think this home just moved to the top spot. I could definitely live in a home like this, just smaller though.

Stone Lakeside Estate in GeorgiaPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

As if the house itself weren’t enough, the lucky homeowners get to enjoy lakeside living with a view of rolling hills, too!

View of the Lake through Stone ArchwayPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

You’ll find a lot more images of this lakeside estate by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects. Trust me – it’s worth a look!

More Lakeside Homes to Enjoy:

Stone Cottage on the Lake

Colorful Summer Lake House

Super Charming Small Lake Cottage

Casual Lake Michigan Cottage

Rustic Lake Home in South Carolina



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  1. Wow. You had me at the stone entrance and the houseful of black paned windows. If I ever could replace the windows in my home, it would be with black framed and mullioned windows. I do have paned windows in my little ranch, but they are white and are faux mullions – between the layers of glass. I can’t even paint them.
    This home is quite magnificent. I have a hard time imagining what it would be like to live in something so grand.

  2. This home is very pretty with many ideas I would think about if I ever built a home, but it is too grand of scale for me – even with all my family. When I am at “the Lake” and even at home, I want simple and carefree – something I don’t have to waste a beautiful afternoon on doing housework – though I suppose the owners have a maid:)

  3. Wow, a beautiful home. I loved the way the entrance opened up all the way to the back. I think that is the most favorite part of the house.

  4. Prefer The Randolph Cottage. Too much blue here for me, but I guess that would be easily remedied. Is this project by any chance at Lake Geneva?

  5. A wonderful house. I would like to have the curtained bed. It is a rainy day cubby if ever I saw one. The rain falling, a good book and being left alone equals bliss.