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.
Enclosed stairs also serve as a rustic, cabin style playhouse with orange shutters and a laminate exterior made to look like reclaimed wood. Patterned wall-to-wall carpet unifies the space and adds a playful element that the kids won't outgrow.
This neoclassical kitchen features floor-to-ceiling neutral cabins paired with metallic crown molding and a red-orange accent wall. A spacious kitchen island is positioned at the center of the room and provides three stools casual dining at the gray granite countertop.
To anchor the 15-foot-by-12-foot sleeping cabin in traditional country style, folk art—used in place of a headboard—draws the eye toward a queen bed outfitted with casual cotton linens. For a collected look, two different tables were used on each side of the bed instead of a matching pair. This is something interior designers do to make a space feel more one-of-a-kind.
This ski cabin’s breakfast nook with built-in bench seating is the perfect spot for a quick meal before a busy day on the slopes. The wood floors, wood-beamed ceiling and wood kitchen countertops all enhance the room's rustic feel, while an Arts and Crafts-style chandelier and sconces illuminate the space.
Weathered wood panels and barn-style additions, make this bathroom's appearance simulate an old western outhouse. One of several bathrooms in the home that contains this soaking tub, which rests on old barn beams instead of the typical iron claw feet.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the couple renovating this log cabin in Minturn, Colorado was interested in bringing both rustic and modern designs together to make the home of their dreams. The clean, white tile, grey stone vanity and grey patterned and mosaic tile, the modern style is greatly represented. To incorporate the rustic design, Trista used natural wood in places like the exposed beams in the ceiling and natural wood baseboards.
The old, outdated living room with this updated, stylish living room. The couple wanted to blend the natural, rustic style of the cabin and a more modern feel. To make this a reality, they used natural materials such as the leather ottoman and pillows and the wicker storage baskets. They then added modern, open shelving next to the television. With the suede couch, the couple now has plenty of seating.
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.
A gray stone accent wall provides a rustic backdrop for this cabin's living room, and contemporary furnishings offset the rusticity with graceful style and impactful pizzazz. A subtly striped armchair and rug lend a faint pattern to the space, and a metallic lamp adds a bold punch of personality.