This extravagant living room is part of a rustic home in Tucson, Arizona. The living room features a massive exposed-beam ceiling constructed completely out of cedar beams with cedar shiplap above. A larger-than-life stone fireplace stretches to the ceiling.
A modern yet dated suburban ranch got a major facelift to create this stylish home with smart curb appeal. The corner window grouping, which was formerly a detracting feature, becomes an aesthetic highlight when given a new look and paired with matching cedar beams, window boxes and a new door.
The luxurious living room in this rustic estate in Tucson, Arizona, features an impressive exposed-beam ceiling constructed out of cedar beams with cedar shiplap above. A tall wall of windows offers views of the surrounding landscape all the way to a mountain range.
A decorative arbor, constructed of cedar beams and galvanized metal pipes, filters sunlight and creates interesting shadow details. The architectural element echoes the design of railing details in the front yard.
This luxurious dining room features beautiful cedar finishes throughout. A gorgeous cedar ceiling with exposed beams and shiplap paneling sits above a painted brick accent wall with an embedded cedar header. The cedar dining table matches the surrounding wood perfectly.
The living room makeover includes a more modern slate tile for the fireplace and a cedar-beam mantle with TV mounted above. A comfy overstuffed sectional in pale blue and woven jute rug help bring beachy accents to the casually modern space.
The ceiling-height corner window grouping is a key feature with cedar wrap that gives it a more natural and refined look and matches the exposed ceiling beams. A metal cube chandelier compliments the combination of updated and rustic style used throughout the space. Sage green walls keep the room calm and light while adding color.
Beautiful beams and stone walls define this cedar pavilion, creating an outdoor room in the middle of the woods. Thanks to its open design, this custom feature allows for enjoying a drink by the fire while evening breezes filter inside.
To replicate this Old World farmhouse look, wrap a plain drop-down header in cedar to create the appearance of an antique beam, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Rustic lighting fixtures and rush-seat bar stools round out the farmhouse design.
A custom pergola frames views of Deer Lake beyond while creating an inviting space to relax and gather with friends or family. Beneath its cedar beams, a custom limestone fireplace and timber mantle stands silhouetted against the horizon. A stone retaining wall serves as a visual foundation for the landscape composition.