A pony hide headboard, rust-orange curtains and a soaring wood ceiling with massive beams all enhance this bedroom’s rustic atmosphere. Underneath the window seat, clever built-in drawers offer extra storage space.
With a reclaimed wood ceiling and a tufted headboard, the master bedroom is the perfect mix of rustic and luxurious. A large picture window fills the space with light and showcases views of the garden.
This master bedroom is a relaxing getaway that doesn't skimp on comfort. Its reclaimed wood ceiling, set against Behr Salt Glaze walls, is the main attraction. A Pottery Barn quilt and shams is highlighted by Thibaut custom pillows.
Design and decor are simple in this contemporary gray family room, where the wooden ceiling acts as a focal point. The open layout allows easy traffic flow, and three abstract paintings add a touch of drama to the space.
The polished hardwood floor in this contemporary kitchen mirrors the sleek wood ceiling above. Recessed lighting adds to the natural light filling the neutral space, which is open on three sides. Stainless steel appliances are housed along the kitchen's single full wall.
Stainless steel appliances line the single full wall in this contemporary kitchen. The remaining three sides do not have full walls, fulfilling the homeowner's wish for an open kitchen. The neutral palette is personified by the engineered countertops with stainless steel edging, wood-plank ceiling and bird's-eye-maple cabinets.
In this bedroom (one of three), the bed and tv cabinet pick up the rich, reddish-brown hue of the ceiling's wood paneling. Occupants can take full advantage of the view by stepping out onto the balcony.
This luxury bedroom suite features multiple options for sitting and reclining, from the elegant upholstered bed, to the modern modular sofa near the fireplace, to the outdoor settee that's sited to take optimal advantage of the view. A wood plank vaulted ceiling adds drama and also a warm rusticity to the Tennessee space.
A pecky cypress ceiling with exposed wood beams makes a striking focal point in this traditional dining room. A neutral palette and smartly chosen, minimal accessories lend a warm ambiance and make the room feel large and open.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and Curtis Goldin had only $80 left to renovate their living room for the sixth challenge. Their big design decision was to take out the popcorn ceiling and expose the wooden subfloor of the second floor; the rest of the room was designed around that idea, with rustic pieces from Joss & Main, and under-stair storage and shelves made by Curtis.
Broad doorways open this expansive covered patio to an indoor game room, and the stone fireplace is double-side to service both spaces. Warm wood tones on the ceiling give a homey vibe to the outdoor space, while separate areas for lounging and dining give guests myriad options to enjoy themselves and relax.
Ceiling fans on a paneled ceiling can be functional and complete the look of a screened-in porch. For this fireside porch, Atlanta Decking and Fence also added extra details such as recessed lighting, curtains and molding.
The main living spaces in the interior have an open concept design to make the most of the vaulted ceilings and expansive views. Exposed Douglas fir beams and gleaming hardwood floors add to the home's rustic grandeur.