A rustic tongue-and-groove pine door, accented with black steel strips, is a preview of the materials used throughout this modern mountain house. Slate tile runs from the front porch through the foyer and onto the back patio, creating the feeling of one large, indoor-outdoor room.
A bright blue island and side door add a pop of color to this white cottage-inspired kitchen. Weathered oak floors ground the space, while a tongue-and-groove ceiling adds style overhead. Simple white cabinetry is paired with gray countertops and a classic subway tile backsplash.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, a reclaimed wood sliding door divides a laundry closet from a luxurious bathroom in this tiny house. Knotty Alder pine trim, tongue and groove siding and rich, red oak hardwood floors give this space a rustic, charming aesthetic.
Focusing on durability, textures and details, designer Julia Caro-Alt made this plain white room into a visually interesting and comfortable place for an active family to gather. Using reclaimed and manufactured barn wood to add texture and character, the built in cabinets have tongue and groove details, sliding barn doors, and reclaimed wood tops. The fireplace is clad in the barn wood as well.