This stunning ranch style house is perched high on a hilltop and nestled among the trees claiming its rightful place on a scenic 200-acre property in Texas. The owner desired an ample yet understated home with natural and simple architectural expression that would blend effortlessly into the landscape that surrounds it. Heavy timber columns and stone walls ground the home to the site. Reclaimed siding and simple barn-like structures give the architecture a sense of history and regional belonging. Referencing the owner’s love of the old west, many of the interior walls showcase the same stone and wood that is on the exterior of the home. This gesture alludes to a time when materials were not mass produced but simply gathered from the area and formed as needed.
Rustic Bedrooms & Decorating Ideas Looking for design inspiration for rustic bedrooms? Over the years, I have compiled a large selection of rustic bedroom images from very rugged log cabin bedrooms and bunk houses to elegant rustic bedroom suites. Also included are samples of gorgeous rustic bedding and rustic bedroom furniture from Black Forest [...]
Rustic Kitchens Looking for rustic kitchens and design inspiration? You've come to the right place! I have recently returned home from working on a design project in Palm Springs that began with collecting a series of beautiful images of rustic, farm-house and country kitchens for design inspiration. I often use images in order to [...]
Western & Southwestern Decorating Ideas Looking for Southwestern decorating ideas? If you remember howling coyotes, twisted barbed wire wall plaques and everything from garden ornaments to bookends adorned with ranch brands or Texas stars, you may have shied away from Western and Southwestern decor and decorating styles. But the days of “Wild West” décor [...]
Cottage-style homes are known for their cozy charm, casual comfort, and sense of warmth. This style is very versatile and not at all limited to cottages nestled deep within the English countryside. It's a style that also goes hand in hand with rustic homes as it embraces the antique aesthetic that lovingly pairs the old with the new. It’s easy to infuse your own home with the quaint character associated with country cottage style by introducing moody and soft colors, natural textures, plush furniture, and chunky textures. The primary goal is to create a home that inviting, homey, and reminiscent of decades past.
Kids Cabin Theme Bedrooms: Design Ideas How to Create Cabin Theme Bedrooms One of my favorite themes for a little boy's room is the log cabin kids rustic bedroom theme. This was the choice of my son, Dakota, and we had a lot of fun achieving [...]
Rustic Decor & Decorating Ideas Belle Grey Design excels at making a statement. They work closely with builders, architects and homeowners to ensure spaces are both functional and exceptional. From Traditional to Contemporary, European classic to metro mix, their team creates an impressive [...]
Rustic Design Ideas Rustic Design Ideas: There is a wide variety of rustic interior design styles as well as a distinct diversity in the many approaches one can take to achieve a rustic feel to any given space. The trend this year leans closely toward rustic utilitarian, with a surge of [...]
This month's rustic home tour features a well-designed ranch style home that is warm, inviting and filled with carefully chosen home decor. It was designed by Tiffany Farha who leads a nationally recognized design studio located in Wichita, Kansas that specializes in luxury residential properties, along with light commercial projects. The design aesthetic leans toward masculine with an eclectic and modern rustic edge.
This stunning log cabin home is situated in a village in Idaho on the shores of a pristine glacial lake. It belongs to 40-year-old native Idahoan and award-winning actor Aaron Paul and his wife. Here you'll find plenty of outdoor attractions such as whitewater rafting, skiing, and soothing hot springs. Paul and his wife built their mountain dream home from scratch, with the assistance of Pearson Design Group and Interior Designer Jake Arnold.