A live-edge kitchen island in this contemporary home was the inspiration for incorporating live-edge wood in the living room mantel, a detail that links the two rooms together and adds a unique design to the home.
Beautiful upper and lower cabinets offer tons of storage, while a beautiful live-edge countertop coordinates with the warm hardwood floor in this neutral kitchen. A combination of recessed and under-cabinet lighting really helps this transitional kitchen shine.
This live-edge wood kitchen counter was designed to be the rustic kitchen's focal point. A durable top coat makes it practical and easy to maintain. Opposite the counter, pets get pampered with a special feeding and water station. A water spigot under the counter is for easy water bowl refills.
A great way to bring an organic feel to an otherwise sleek living room is a live edge coffee table. This beautiful and natural piece of wood plays off the finished wooden bookshelves, fireplace and end tables.
A live edge wooden dining room table is transformed with blue-colored resin that perfectly pairs with the room's turquoise design elements. A modern metal and glass chandelier hangs above the table and draws the eye toward the colorful framed art.
To add personality and texture to the neutral, Bohemian office space, designer Vanessa Matsalla added two live edge, wood topped desks to the design. The rich, honey color of the desktops also helped to add warmth to the bright space.
With a live-edge walnut counter, this open kitchen straddles the line between rustic and contemporary styles. The same goes for the other side of the island, where polished concrete and a chrome sink give the owners room to prep dinner and wash dishes after.
A furniture-syle vanity is topped with a rustic, one-of-a-kind wood countertop in this cabin bathroom. Antique rubbed bronze fixtures keep with the rustic feel of the home, and a stone vessel sink adds an interesting touch.