This waterfront property in Sag Harbor originally looked like a rustic cabin deep in the woods. The town put a freeze on rebuilding in 2014, which created opportunities to reimagine the existing 1,800 square foot space. The enclosed kitchen was opened up allowing in light and water views. The bedrooms were moved upstairs, each with adjoining new baths. White pine floors were installed, a soft white paint calmed the rough hewn beams, also creating an illusion of a higher ceiling. Soothing blue and green hues flow through each room with comfort and ease. Finding the right scale furniture to fit in each space was a jigsaw puzzle, many pieces were custom made. A vintage coffee table, floor lamps and accessories add an extra layer, providing a soft and serene escape all year around.