Predator Ridge shows Deck design

On June 16 Predator Ridge will host a grand opening of its new Kelly Deck designed show home.

Kelly Deck will be at Predator Ridge June 16 to show her interior designs.

For residents of Lake Country curious to see cutting edge West Coast interior design here in the Okanagan, Predator Ridge is the place to go.  On June 16 Predator Ridge will host a grand opening of its new Kelly Deck designed show home.

Deck designed the interiors of a new variation of the popular Predator Ridge residential floor plan the ‘Ellison.’  The Ellison was redesigned by noted Aspen, Colorado firm, Poss Architecture.  It is a double whammy of design flair that establishes Predator Ridge even more firmly on the design map in Western Canada.

Deck was at the resort on Friday June 1, to check up on the still being finished home and to talk to the media about what people can expect to see.

“We were looking to the landscape for inspiration, with a new vision and a new approach for the design,” says Deck.

Deck operates Kelly Deck Designs out of the chic Kitsilano area of Vancouver.  She is the former host of ‘Take it Outside’ a HGTV show. Predator Ridge is a favored destination and Deck sees the landscape as something truly unique and special.  “I love the big open grasslands and sky out here.  I’ve been up in all seasons.”

The newly designed Ellison will have extensive indoor/outdoor living spaces and a kitchen featuring a substantial island.  The home has been designed for easy one floor living, with a main floor master plus office, while the basement has extensive guest quarters and entertainment spaces.

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