This modern bathroom features a mixed use of hard and soft materials integrating the room's original cedar plank ceiling and beams with architectural windows. A lime green vanity countertop and backsplash add electric energy to the space.
A floor to ceiling stone fireplace surround draws the eye and brings gorgeous texture to this living room design. The exposed beams, tall surround and change in flooring finish compliments the levels in the architecture of this room. A cube chandelier brings a pop of industrial influence while fitting with the country style.
Durable and natural materials such as stained cedar, natural stone veneer, and integral color plaster are combined with strong horizontal ceiling lines. Large windows create an indoor-outdoor entertainment space.
The decking on this small front porch is ipe wood and the ceiling is clear cedar. The vibrant lime green shines next to the wood. A built-in heater in the ceiling warms the gray wicker loveseat, which is adorned with white cushions.
This powder room features a rustic-chic design focus, with walls clad from floor to ceiling in rich green mosaic tile. A sculptural vessel sink rests atop a wood pedestal, hand-crafted from cedar fencing.
The HGTV Green Home 2012 powder room continues the home's rustic-chic design focus, with walls clad from floor to ceiling in rich green mosaic tile. A sculptural vessel sink rests atop a wood pedestal, hand-crafted by carpenter David Brown from cedar fencing.
Telescoping glass doors open to the home's deck area. An adjacent wall of cedar panels showcases three flat-screen televisions, which are covered by motorized screens made to look like wall art. The vaulted ceiling visually expands the space and surrounding transom windows allow plenty of natural light to fill the room.
Dining alfresco can be as elegant as indoor dinner parties, especially with a space as chic as this rustic outdoor kitchen and dining area. Blue stone tile grounds the space, while distressed Douglas fir beams on the ceiling and knotty cedar cabinets in the adjacent kitchen give the space a true Old World feel.
Fieldwork Design & Architecture transform the pool room into a zen retreat by ensconcing the room, floor to ceiling, in Western Red Cedar and slate tile. The sliding glass doors are replaced with a 32-foot wide single sliding door to create a seamless portal to the verdant outdoors. An unfinished utility area is converted into a wine cellar and changing room.
A framed ski poster, displayed at the entrance to this ski-style dorm, hints at the room's color palette. White cedar logs and a pine ceiling add rustic elements without feeling too lodge-y, making this area seem like a luxury at-home resort. Eight beds dressed in quilted covers and fun throw pillows ensure there's room for the whole family.