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Modern Lake House With Covered Patio

This lake house was designed by the architects at Montana Creative, built by Malmquist Construction and outfitted by Heidi Tate of Tate Interiors. Though clean lines and crisp white walls make the interior feel modern, stone accents and wood beams ensure that the home speaks to its surroundings. And when the owners really want to feel close to the water? They can step onto their covered patio.

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Photo: Heidi Long Longview Studios, Designed by Montana Creative and Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors. From: Malmquist Construction.

Modern Home Situated on Lakeshore

Designed by Montana Creative in collaboration with Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors, this home was inspired by the waterfront. Expansive windows showcase the lake views, while accordion doors create a seamless indoor/outdoor living experience. Modern finishes create a sense of luxury in the wilderness.

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Photo: Heidi Long Longview Studios, Designed by Montana Creative and Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors. From: Malmquist Construction.

Modern Entry With Stone Accent Wall

This entryway is masculine and modern, with a dark wood staircase and a stone accent wall offset by a stretch of white. A large piece of contemporary art brings some punchy color into the space as well.

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Photo: Heidi Long Longview Studios, Designed by Montana Creative and Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors. From: Malmquist Construction.

Modern Master Suite With Lake Views

As far as master bedrooms go, this one is a serious stunner. Vaulted ceilings and sleek glass windows open the space up, while an upholstered platform bed becomes the perfect spot to relax. Notice, too, how the tree branch-inspired light fixture and reclaimed wood accent wall bring the outdoors inside.

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Photo: Heidi Long Longview Studios, Designed by Montana Creative and Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors. From: Malmquist Construction.

Master Bathroom With Dark Wood Vanity

A wall-to-wall mirror reflects the natural light in this master bathroom, opening the space up and making it seem even larger! To contrast the crisp white walls, the designers brought in a dark, reclaimed wood vanity with his-and-her sinks and a caged chandelier in black. A round, metallic tub waits in the corner for when the owners need to relax before bed.

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