Exposed wood beams and a concrete fireplace bring character and boldness to this traditional living room. Elegant furnishings in cream and white contrast with the rustic elements, creating a beautiful juxtaposition within the space.
As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover, soft gray cabinets and a new backsplash give this galley kitchen a modern update, and an additional row of counters was added on the right to add functionality. An exposed wood beam and portable island separate the kitchen from the dining room.
A bright white sofa and chairs and an open floor plan create a sophisticated, contemporary great room.Open door ways lead to the kitchen and out to the patio for an open and airy feel. Exposed wood beams add a charming rustic touch to the crisp and clean space.
This gorgeous pavilion welcomes guests into the one-acre private retreat. Exposed wood beams combine with a lantern-style light fixture draw the eye up, while stacked stone columns bring a rustic quality to the space.
This light wood credenza buffet, which features carved doors and orange table lamps, serves as an accent piece below an indoor balcony with rustic wood beam supports. Orange dining chairs flank the buffet and surround a nearby dining table.
With a breakfast bar, eat-in island, prep sink and stainless range, this open-concept kitchen has everything the owners need in one place. Reclaimed wood beams add a rustic touch to the space that suits the farmhouse setting.
The exposed wood beams white oak and coordinate visually with the new hardwood floors and furnishings in natural wood finish. The windows get new shutters, while the fireplace gets a new marble surround and hearth. The oversized coffee table with hand-turned legs is the handiwork of furniture designer and wood craftsman Clint Harp.
Untreated wood frames this kitchen space with an interesting shape created by the underside of the stairs and support columns. An industrial-size stainless steel refrigerator and stacked double oven are fitted into the wood. Long black countertops and open storage complete the rustic look.
Pale stucco walls, exposed structural timbers and a beamed ceiling give this rustic bedroom a woodsy, lodge feel. A long desk tucked under the sunny windows serves as a small home office while Craftsman-style bronze and glass fixtures illuminate the space.
"I think the family room and kitchen are a great place for the family to relax and spend time together. It's very comfortable, and the materials are hard-wearing for the kids," says designer Angelica Henry.
A dark wood dining room makes for a formal atmosphere for entertaining guests. Linen slip-covered chairs, stylish table setting, brick wall and built-in cabinetry with wine storage completes the overall look.
Rustic wood beam, terracotta tile patio and large outdoor lanterns create a welcoming, southwestern-inspired entryway. Adobe terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco exterior walls for a Spanish-inspired home on a vineyard.