Peek Inside Herschel Supply Co-Founder's North Vancouver Home

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REW.ca
May 4, 2017






Herschel Home Exterior
— Photo by Stephen Wilde/Courtesy of Domino

Lyndon Cormack's home is a light-filled paradise

Herschel Supply co-founder and Vancouver cool-guy Lyndon Cormack gave NYC's Domino an intimate look into his gorgeous North Vancouver pad this week. Sitting on four acres of land within Cove Forest, Lyndon's home is designed in such a way as to compliment the lush natural landscape surrounding it.

Outdoors, the home boasts direct waterfront access complete with private dock, stunning custom landscaping, a giant chess board and miniature putting green. Indoors, the 6000 square-foot abode is a designer's dream, with 28-foot ceilings, over 100 custom Bocci light fixtures and a beautiful mix of wood and glass detail. With a home like this, there's no doubt that Mr. Herschel has done well for himself. 

Herschel Home Bedroom
Photo by Stephen Wilde/Courtesy of Domino

If we woke up to the outdoors like this every day, we'd never leave bed

Herschel House Backyard
Photo by Stephen Wilde/Courtesy of Domino

The giant chess board adds a fun pop to this custom-landscaped back yard 

Herschel Home Kitchen
Photo by Stephen Wilde/Courtesy of Domino

The repurposed canoe and stainless steel stools in this kitchen give it a warm, industrial feel

Herschel Home Wharf
Photo by Stephen Wilde/Courtesy of Domino

We're on vacation just looking at this photo 


Andrea is the Content and Social Media Specialist at REW.ca. Andrea has over five years of multi-industry experience in communications and content marketing. Originally from Toronto, Andrea moved to Vancouver in April 2016 and has been loving the West Coast life ever since.
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