This gorgeous pavilion welcomes guests into the one-acre private retreat. Exposed wood beams combine with a lantern-style light fixture draw the eye up, while stacked stone columns bring a rustic quality to the space.
All of the original windows were retained and given new window treatments. The hardwood floors were restored and all of the original shiplap exposed and painted white. Unpainted wood ceiling and exposed wood beams help distinguish the space and provide a warming accent, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Rich wood cabinets pair with exposed wood ceiling beams and wrought iron pendants to create a heavy, rustic vibe in this kitchen — a nod to the home's Mediterranean roots. Clean lines, such as the sleek waterfall countertop, update the space with contemporary flair.
Custom wood cabinets and exposed beams combined with a stacked stone backsplash creates a cozy rustic feel in this elegant, transitional kitchen. A large dining table is surrounded by plenty of comfy chairs making it a great place to entertain.
Thick, dark wood beams juxtapose the light neutral palette of this cottage kitchen where a large kitchen island offers extra countertop space and casual dining. Shutters bring in natural light and also provide privacy.
A bright white sofa and chairs and an open floor plan create a sophisticated, contemporary great room.Open door ways lead to the kitchen and out to the patio for an open and airy feel. Exposed wood beams add a charming rustic touch to the crisp and clean space.
The exposed wood beams white oak and coordinate visually with the new hardwood floors and furnishings in natural wood finish. The windows get new shutters, while the fireplace gets a new marble surround and hearth. The oversized coffee table with hand-turned legs is the handiwork of furniture designer and wood craftsman Clint Harp.
Space is maximized in this home by opening the kitchen and dining area to the living room. Indigo throw pillows boasting mixed patterns adorn the brown leather sofa and white armchairs. Reclaimed wood beams add texture and warmth overhead.
A long neutral sectional provides a natural separation of living and dining areas in this basement. The sofa's low profile keeps the room feeling open. Exposed ceiling beams and built-in shelves bring contrast to the neutral space, and an octagon-shaped glass table adds interest.
Pale stucco walls, exposed structural timbers and a beamed ceiling give this rustic bedroom a woodsy, lodge feel. A long desk tucked under the sunny windows serves as a small home office while Craftsman-style bronze and glass fixtures illuminate the space.