A brick barrel ceiling with rough-hewn beams sets the tone in this Mediterranean-style kitchen. The hefty range hood is framed by a muted stone hearth and tumbled tile backsplash, while a large island offers storage and functionality in the eat-in kitchen.
The square shape of this courtyard patio is softened with the corner landscaping, planters and center tree cutout. The orange tile flooring blends well with the neutral walls and red-orange barrel tile roof. Decorative tiles line the door archway and tree base.
With its brick barrel ceiling and rough stone walls, this dining room could double as a wine cellar. Heavy, hand-carved dining chairs surround a wood dining table under the glow of a filigreed chandelier.
For rustic elegance, look for products with a sense of age. The Vin De Flame Reserve Wine Barrel Fire Pit, sold through retailers such as Authenteak, is built with old wine barrels, then hand sanded and weatherproofed.
This small bathroom makes a big impact with a floating vanity constructed from a barrel, a brilliant metal-framed mirror and Currey & Co. sconces that cast interesting shadows on the custom-finished walls. A navy and orange shower curtain adds a jolt of color to the room's earthy palette.
Floor to ceiling built in wine racks, with middle illuminated bottle display, cover a large section of this spacious wine cellar. An elegant light fixture casts a decorative light and shadow pattern over the ceiling. Centered below the light, a wine barrel acts as a fitting and beautiful tasting table.
A floor to ceiling wine rack features a stacked bottle storage system with a center row for lighted display. The built in wall shelving leaves the floor space open perfect for maneuvering around the wine barrel table. A light fixture casts an artistic shadow pattern on the ceiling.
You don’t have to wait for a custom-made island to enjoy the style and functionality of a stone countertop. The Bluestone Kitchen Island, $1,999, from Crate & Barrel is crafted with reclaimed pine from old buildings and doors and topped with a lustrous slab of bluestone for a high-end look. Inside, two roomy drawers open with antiqued iron pulls, while spacious open shelves and two iron towel bars provide additional storage. The top slab of bluestone is wet sanded and waxed to a smooth finish that reveals its organic character. Two counter-height stools can be tucked inside for casual, in-kitchen dining.
An golden barrel-shaped stool and simple sconce make a lovely, unassuming bedside tableau in this bedroom. The nearby ladder is a visually fun spot to stash extra throws with the added benefit of not taking up a lot of floor space.