The woodsy retreat by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has a cantilevered deck that captures panoramic views.
Lori Hudson has probably painted Christina Lake a hundred times. “My kids tease me that it’s the only thing I ever paint,” she says.
It’s true that there’s not much that could top the view from her easel, positioned for maximum waterfront exposure where two tall windows meet at the back of her family cabin. But should Lori ever feel compelled to move her canvas out to the patio, she’d find an equally worthy subject in the house itself.
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