This mountain home located in the North Carolina Brights Creek Community, has a metal roof and beige board and batten exterior. Exterior elements, such as, the wooden porch beams and stone front path are a nod to the natural surroundings.
This neutral contemporary farmhouse bedroom features board and batten walls, rich wood flooring, a large woven area rug, and a large bed with padded headboard flanked by two contemporary metal and wood nightstands.
Board and batten walls, coastal decor and glass lamps with linen lampshades give this beautiful foyer a casual, beachy vibe. The pared-down palette, consisting only of whitewashed walls and variegated hardwood floors, creates an effortlessly polished look.
This bungalow combines cedar shakes with board and batten siding to create a distinctive looking modern twist on an old theme. Lots of windows keep things bright inside and the pediment over the entrance is a unique focal point.
To add country architecture to the interior of the sleeping cabin, its walls are covered in a style of wood cladding called board and batten. First, wooden planks are installed vertically and, once secure, the gaps between the boards are covered with 1-inch-by-2-inch trim to hide the seams.
For a touch of farmhouse style, the closet door of the sleeping cabin was customized with a barn door design. Homeowners with wood plank walls and doors can add a clean, graphic look by simply painting the doors white.
The dark stained wood furniture grounds this bedroom with a pitched ceiling and white board and batten walls. An eclectic patterned chair adds some personality to the room. Burlap lamp shades, a typographic pillow and a free-flowing floral arrangement gives this space a subtle country look.
Soft taupe paneled walls and a neutral, traditional rug create a stylish entry in this casual, coastal home. The side table by the door provides an easy landing spot for keys, while the lamp on top means you never have to return home to a dark house. Board-and-batten-style walls add visual interest and texture to the space.
This bedroom was designed for a preteen boy using a red white and blue color scheme. The bed was positioned to create a sense of openness, and dark blue board and batten molding was added to the lower portion of the wall.
Rough-sawn fir planks set in a board-and-batten style clad the walls in this master bedroom. Colorful fabric panels provide a nice backdrop for the wood slab headboard. The attached sitting room enjoys sweeping views of the surrounding Arizona desert.
Ron and Jane use the sleeping cabin to relax and unwind on weekends. With comfort playing a huge role in the relaxation process, the bedding ensemble is made of cotton sheets, pillow covers and a lightweight coverlet. In addition to being casual and comfy, cotton bedding is easy to clean and launder.
This bright and airy Pool House which once served as the town's dance hall and speakeasy was transformed into a comfortable, functional place for the family to unwind. Large oversized windows provide expansive views of the pool. Functioning as a family space and game room, the room includes white board and batten walls and ceiling, modern blue upholstered sofa and side chairs, modern accessories and lighting, pool table and black bar.