Views of Easton’s scenic Peach Blossom Creek first attracted a couple looking to build a bay-area vacation home. Working with architect Scott L. Rand on the traditional abode, they specified a first-floor master suite with easy outdoor access and “maximum water views,” says Rand. French doors spill out onto a stone patio; transoms above the windows and doors ensure plenty of natural light.
The bedroom’s sitting area boasts a direct-vent gas fireplace between walls of windows. Designer Chris Gefucia kept the furniture and fabrics simple, so as not to compete with the vista. “The room faces due south,” says Rand. “So it gets beautiful afternoon sun.”
Architecture: Scott L. Rand, AIA, Scott Rand Architects, Annapolis, Maryland. Interior Design: Chris Gefucia, Toronto, Canada. Contractor: West & Callahan, Inc., Easton, Maryland. Photography: Scott L. Rand.