Organic, rustic elements set the scene for this cozy, relaxed living space. A contemporary gray sectional is oversized and features movable ottomans for modular seating. Fuzzy, shag pillows in gray and white add texture to the room, while bright orange pillows bring in a burst of color.
Reclaimed wood is used in the barstools, dining table and range hood to bring a rustic touch to this country-inspired kitchen. The space features traditional cabinets, a harlequin backsplash and top-of-the-line appliances.
The kitchen invites the outdoors in with bi-fold windows and glass doors that open up to the stone patio. High end appliances make cooking effortless, and the design is kept simple with a neutral palette to allow the countryside views to be the main focus.
Wash any worries away as you gaze out the window and enjoy a relaxing bath in the clawfoot tub. The soothing neutral palette and transitional design creates a spa-like feel that will make you want to stay awhile.
A new entry for this renovated 12,000-square foot main house showcases the home's rustic appeal and welcomes visitors into a retreat unlike any other. The stone exterior and steps beautifully accent the grand wooden post and beam entrance.
Perfect for hosting a guys night, the man cave features rustic decor, leather furnishings and a concrete floor for easy clean-up. Of course, no man cave would be complete without a wood burner, bar area and TV.
Decked out with rustic decor, the man cave is the ultimate place to chill with the guys and have a sports night. Complete with a TV, stereo, wood burner, bar and covered barbecue area, the guys are sure to be fully entertained.
A wide, full-length window opens up to bring in fresh air to the charming country-style dining room with striking views of the rural countryside. Neatly arranged dishware and knick knacks on the buffet add a personalized touch to the inviting, casual space.
Nestled among the mountains and rural countryside in Queenstown, New Zealand, the charming little farmhouse includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms and fits perfectly with those craving the farm life in a secluded setting.
This rustic master bedroom is a cozy retreat in Snowmass, Colo. Sheer creamy curtains are hung on metal rods at the ceiling, creating the illusion of a canopy bed around the gray upholstered bed. Gray boards break up the exposed wood walls for a touch of contemporary and to highlight the window seat, as well as the TV and fireplace.