The "Earth House" sauna is constructed with stone, log timbers and a green roof, which hosts a combination of dwarf evergreens and ornamental grasses. The stone walls give the sauna a solid, grounded appearance and an artistic, craftsman quality. It was built by Outdoor Craftsmen, a Colorado company.
Landscape designers Mark Scott and Associates crafted this rustic getaway adjacent to the pool to be a perfect setting for relaxation and taking in the view. The verdant landscaping, weathered pergola and distressed dining table reflect the French Country theme and blend with the architectural details of the home.
Stone walls and log timbers show off the skilled craftsmanship in this stunning outdoor sauna by Outdoor Craftsman in Colorado. The sauna door opens onto a stone bridge that crosses over a water feature. The planting design is Colorado inspired with the Aspen grove and is enhanced with colorful container arrangements.
A rustic timber wall and custom rusticated vanity mixes with sleek marble tile in this cozy bathroom. A freestanding tub is petite, maximizing space, while the walk-in shower features frameless glass that extends to the ceiling, giving the illusion of more space. Custom curtains draw for privacy.
A coral canopy bed is an eye-catching feature in the guest bedroom of the 2014 HGTV Dream Home, The layering of chevron and ikat prints on the bed is colorful and playful, and is offset by a rustic timber ceiling. A pair of gold chandeliers provide warm bedside lighting.
This rustic cabin features a two story pine timber which anchors the staircase that leads up to the loft, while an open dining area features knotty pine throughout, an elegant antler chandelier, and a large breakfast bar island.
HGTV Dream Home 2011's mountain-lodge style extends to the two-car garage. The exterior showcases an impressive gable end complete with eco-friendly poplar bark siding and hemlock timbers, cut and milled locally.
A stacked stone exterior and exposed timber beams create a rustic entrance to this children's playhouse. The arched front door features a round stained glass inset and is flanked by lantern-style sconces. Sandstone slabs are used as the walkway leading up to the front door.
The recommended mulch depth is 3-4 inches for medium to coarse textured materials, says experts with The Morton Arboretum. Spread mulch under trees, shrubs and throughout planting beds, as seen at this home, handcrafted by OakBridge Timber Framing, on a 5-acre lot on the shores of Lake Erie, Ohio.