Wright Camp

The homeowner previously owned another camp on Mooselookmeguntic Lake but wanted to find a lot with more privacy. Once they secured the lot, we worked with the client throughout the entire design and build process to build their dream camp home.


Lighting and Countertops

The kitchen features Jet Mist granite countertops, and we chose Silver Mist granite for bathroom vanities. We worked with the team at Morningstar Stone and Tile to ensure that we highlighted the gorgeous, dramatic veining through our stone placement. The dark walnut kitchen island top echoes darker tones on the floor, while the island itself provides extra seating and storage.

We utilized a mix of lighting selections to ensure that there would be plenty of light throughout the rooms as well as for specific tasks. Extra-long pendants and chandeliers light the main rooms and island, while sconces provide additional task lighting above sinks.


Camp Home Style

Our clients wanted a softer take on traditional camp style that featured timeless design choices. To achieve this, we used exterior features that are common to the Rangeley region, including board and batten siding, shingles on the gable, and a metal roof and windows with traditional camp green.

Inside the home, we installed a wood ceiling and wood wall finish, but we used soft stain on the wood and coated it with a non-yellowing poly to maintain its tone. Sheetrock provides brightness, and a darker oak floor and railing finish provide contrast and interest. Cabinets from Vining’s Custom Cabinets are painted in soft neutrals, while black stainless appliances stay unobtrusive and subdued.


Design + Build

We’ve developed a collaborative design and build process that’s designed to ensure that our team can meet our clients’ needs and help them achieve their goals for their homes within their budget. We began work on this home by listening to our clients and paying attention to the details that mattered most to them. As a result, we designed a timeless home that’s perfect for four-season living.

Because this home was new construction, our team needed to prepare the lot for the build. This lot featured massive boulders – glacial remnants that were the size of a bus. We removed these from the lot and driveway, reusing several for landscaping on the lake side of the home.


Year-Round Comfort

Our clients wanted their home to be comfortable all year long. An extra-large screened-in porch on the second story overlooks the lake; cable railings keep the views unobstructed and safe. A side entry porch gives the homeowners a more open option for relaxing outdoors on dry, warmer days. For those colder days, we included cozy features such as a wood-burning stove and a soaking tub. A roof over the main entryway keeps visitors dry on snowy or rainy days.