Two neglected yurts on this 106-acre Santa Barbara, Calif., ranch were converted from neglected storage spaces into glamorous outdoor retreats. Custom canvas walls provide privacy and protection from the elements, while a reclaimed-wood washstand and shower make for comfortable, convenient outdoor living.
Exposed beams and reclaimed wood furniture give this transitional bedroom a calming and earthy atmosphere. A window seat filled with pillows is flanked by built-in bookshelves. Patterned blue and cream wallpaper create a custom accent wall behind the bed.
This apartment's new open plan kitchen is flooded with natural light which shows off the warm brick walls, reclaimed wood cabinet and pretty details like the globe pendants. Refrigerator: Bosch Benchmark Built-in Fridge, Counters: Pietra Cardosa, Cabinets: Aster Cucine Factory Line Cabinets, Ladder: Putnam Ladder Company.
A comfy daybed layered with pillows draws you into this quaint sitting room. Made from reclaimed wood and galvanized pipe, the daybed adds a rustic touch to the more cottage-style accents: a painted dresser, antique armchair and gallery wall.
Reclaimed white-washed wood planks sourced from an actual barn create a stunning feature wall behind the headboard in this rustic master bedroom. A southwestern-inspired trunk adds visual texture, while the room is grounded by hardwood floors and a subtle area rug.
The kitchen appliances disappear into this custom art wall, which adds vibrant color and energy to the non-traditional kitchen. The wall is clad in reclaimed barn wood, and artist Rob Stenberg painted the design on the panels. Touch-latch cabinetry keeps the wall looking more like an art installation than kitchen cabinetry. A custom hemlock block island looks time worn and was fabricated by the homeowner.
The mudroom also includes two wall-mounted mail holders with chalkboards for schedule reminders and hooks for easy-access storage of keys. Made from planks of solid reclaimed wood, the mail holders have a weathered whitewash finish for a lovely antique look.
A coffee table made from reclaimed wood brings the outdoors into this comfy living space. A neutral sectional with durable upholstery is ready for the wear and tear of daily life, while graphic curtains and rustic picture frames adorn the walls.
A glamorous neutral transitional yurt was outfitted with suspended custom canvas fabrics which act as walls and offer privacy and protection from the elements, making for a comfortable outdoor retreat. A washstand was made from reclaimed wood, while the structure also has one shower and plenty of storage.
Drawing on the vivid, high-contrast aesthetic of Hollywood film and TV sets for inspiration, this bathroom is updated with a color scheme of fire engine red, black and taupe. A reclaimed wood ceiling and shower stall contrast against the chalkboard-inspired walls and white tile and cabinets.
Though there are no especially bold colors used in this neutral master bedroom, the use of textures and stripes bring this small space to life. An oversized bedroom made of reclaimed wood set in a perpendicular pattern to the wall stripes add extra drama and a dose of warmth.
Fireplaces that project out from the wall are ideal for flanking with a bookcase, a cabinet or both, as is done here. Their heights, color and basic framework is kept the same for a consistent look. To draw attention to the fireplace, the overmantel is covered in reclaimed barn wood and exterior lanterns adorn the wall instead of interior sconces.
This bathroom is chock full of custom elements, like reclaimed wood shelves that add warmth to the cool blue-and-white space. In this upstairs bath, the design team chose blue penny tile and white subway tile for the walls, a counterpart to a downstairs bath with the colors reversed.
Exposed ductwork and ceiling beams bring an industrial vibe to the main dining room at Il Corso. Dark red chairs surround each table with black and white linens, and globe-shaped pendant lights dangle above, adding a fun element to the design. Reclaimed wood flooring and natural stone walls complete the look.
Geometric wallpaper mimics the tone of the exposed brick in this contemporary living room. To work around a bend in the wall, a small table hides behind the low-lung sofa, maximizing space and offering storage. A coffee table made from reclaimed wood is a rustic accent on the white shag rug.
The rectangular reclaimed wood table in this dining room provides a division between the living and dining areas. A distressed green bench lines one side of the table and white chairs are positioned along the other. Two globe pendant lights hang above, while bookshelves and a navy blue storage cabinet span the entire wall.
As a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from Cousins On Call rebuilt this family's living room. Reclaimed wood is used to create a focal wall behind the oversized sectional, as well as an industrial-style coffee table. A neutral palette throughout the contemporary living room keeps the space open and airy.
Texture and color keep the eye roaming in this HGTV Dream Home 2010 home office, where a dining table doubles as a work-station. A wall of industrial-style étagères provide for both art display and storage. Reclaimed teak-wood sculptures placed atop lacquered display pedestals connect the room to outdoor spaces.