A trio of hexagonal-shaped coffee tables creates even more space for games when combined in a rustic modern media room. The tables can then be pulled apart for individual needs. The media room also has metal and wood bookshelves, built-in cabinets and neutral paint.
Designer Tyler Karu added a bright paint stripe on the brick wall so that the exposed brick doesn't feel too overwhelming. The rustic mirror is from Portland Architectural Salvage, and he chose a marble subway tile from Home Depot for the backsplash.
Reclaim wood, distress paint and a antique mirror are the perfect match for new chrome fixtures and marble counter tops. The mix off historical rustic elements blended with new in this powder room comes together with attractive results.
A dark headboard rests against a metallic statement wall that draws the eye while simultaneously bounces light around the room – adding levity and a modern atmosphere to this rustic inspired retreat. The exposed-bulb lighting above ties the room together and completes the rustic feel.
With new appliances, and cabinets, this kitchen has the rustic modern feel the Altermans were looking for. With all the extra cabinet space, much of the old clutter is gone, and it has a new clean, modern look.
This modern farmhouse kitchen is the hub of the house, with ample seating in the form of a four-seater island breakfast bar and an eat-in area that's open to the main cooking space. Open shelving keeps the room from feeling boxed in by cabinetry and shows off the textured subway tile backsplash.
Sunlight peeks from beneath the eaves of a covered porch, one of the many ways this Jackson Hole, Wyoming, cabin retreat connects to its woodsy setting. The home was created as a retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families, who come together at the vacation home and needed both private and communal spaces to relax, feel at home, and create great memories of well-spent vacations together.
Soft grays mix with the natural wood tones in this rustic, yet modern cabin retreat. Integrated appliances and a modern island with a sleek waterfall edge bring a streamlined look to the space, while timbered walls and ceiling beams emphasize the home's natural setting and log cabin feel. Windows are strategically placed to allow the chef to enjoy the view while working at the cooking station or sink.
This rustic, modern breakfast nook showcases lots of natural wood, from the exposed beams overhead to the modern wood dining table and cushioned chairs. A black chandelier hangs above the table with comfortable, cushioned seating for four guests.