A mix of materials, from metallic wallpaper to painted white brick to reclaimed barnwood, creates visual interest and a welcoming environment to Barking Hound Village dog boarding and daycare facility.
This modern home features landscaping with clean lines and patterns leading to the home's entrance. From the barnwood-covered walkway to the granite boulders used in the garden, each space is meticulously maintained.
This impressive great room uses a mix of reclaimed wood elements and contemporary materials like chrome to create a look that's both rustic and modern. The exposed beams are made of 100-year old barnwood.
This cabin's gourmet kitchen makeover included the addition of an integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator that matched the gray cabinetry. Other cabinet doors were made out of reclaimed barnwood from a 100-year-old barn in Massachusetts. The island countertop is quartzite.
Dark oak flooring anchors this kitchen and dining area's marriage of rustic and modern aesthetics: the kitchen's island and cabinets of barnwood and blue-painted fronts and the dining area's graphic designer wallpaper, traditional round pedestal table, and quartet of red acrylic chairs.
Reclaimed barnwood, stone and zinc used on the fireplace feature wall in the family room bring together elements used throughout the home for a cohesive look. A fender in front of the fireplace provides a cozy place to sit and soak up the warmth.
The stacked stone fireplace with chunky wood mantel is a dramatic focal point in this rustic, contemporary master bedroom. The barnwood ceiling and branch-inspired chandelier juxtapose against the sleek, contemporary canopy bed, while a flokati rug adds softness and style underfoot. Design by Tracey Byrne
Barnwood flows from the ceiling to the wall behind the contemporary, canopy bed, creating a warm, rustic backdrop to the master bedroom. Across from the bed is a stacked stone fireplace with a chunky wood mantel, the ideal focal point. A white flokati rug adds lightness and softness to the space. Design by Tracey Byrne
A warehouse is transformed into a luxe dog boarding and daycare facility. The space is both functional and chic with unique dog art, grasscloth elements and durable, easy-to-clean surfaces. Reclaimed barnwood is used to create a custom reception desk, while playful dog art adds color to the space.
When designing the outdoor space, it was realized the strong roof line detracted from look. A pergola structure is built along the garage and entrance to incorporate the roof into the space. Newly planted old-growth wisteria wraps around large reclaimed barnwood beams used as posts.