Walking onto this historic property in the United Kingdom is like stepping back in time (calling all Downton Abbey fans!). Netley Lodge, named after an 13th-century abbey originally supported by this farmhouse, the estate has been lovingly maintained for hundreds of years.
Wrap-around countertops and rugged stone accents add texture throughout this rustic kitchen. Outfitted with a rolling island, industrial pendant lights and an eat-in breakfast bar, the space is open yet cozy.
If you love the “idea” of a woodsy lodge but prefer your interiors light and bright, this look is for you. White-washed rafters overhead paired with tongue and groove paneling keep the room from feeling drab while the shag rug, live edge coffee table and nature-inspired wall décor give it a distinctively masculine vibe.
Ever wondered what it’s like to live in a tree house? Resting just above the kitchen, this loft style master bedroom designed by Tennessee-based Incredible Tiny Homes references the exterior’s aesthetic with its evergreen details such as the tree branch railing, natural wood floors, and the continuation of the reclaimed wood beams. The botanicals and muted amethyst pillows provide accents of color; making the space cozy and conducive to peaceful slumber.
This lodge-style living room features a custom stone fireplace complete with a skeleton stone pattern and an extended candle ledge above it. The classic mix of comfortable seating showcases a pair of custom-designed wingback chairs and sofa pillows that are trimmed with real feathers to add to the lodge-style look.