Surrounded by flurries swirling from Prince Edward County‘s sky, it’s not hard to envision this small cabin inside a snow globe. The all-white interior was inspired by a magazine spread of a 17th-century stone house in England, decorated exclusively in chalky white tones. Homeowner and former fashion designer Lorren Leveille also cited Scottish sculptor, photographer and environmentalist Andy Goldsworthy as a major influence. “I enjoy the same things he does: wood, stones, leaves, flowers — just the elements.” The spare, Scandi vibe is enhanced by bottlebrush trees, evergreen swags, frosty mercury-glass votives, bare branches and hits of powdery ice blue. Step inside the magical space below.