A brass and glass Lindsey Adelman chandelier is the crowning achievement in this stunning dining room that also includes a striped fabric wall covering, green mohair chairs and a gorgeous custom dining table by FLO Design Studio. The walnut wood slat ceiling was engineered to hide every nail used.
A large sectional, two striped chairs and an alcove packed with pillows ensure that the owners can seat plenty of people in this stylish living room. A brass chandelier brightens the space from above and draws attention to the ancient wood beams and painted ceiling.
This lively hallway boasts floor-to-ceiling hand-painted murals, featuring crystal blue skies and dreamy bodies of water. Dark brown moldings accentuate the traditional tray ceiling, while a wrought iron railing leads the way to the staircase.
Unpainted wood trusses and metal beams and braces give this vaulted ceiling a rustic but clean look. The roof's construction is a design feature in itself, with bolts fastened in a checkerboard pattern that attracts the eye.
Guests need only to look up to see the most impressive piece of artwork in this traditional dining room designed by Catherine Smith. Interlocking designs in warm colors are drawn between wood beams in the ceiling. A wrought-iron chandelier hangs from the beautiful beamed ceiling.
Four ropes support this hanging bed for a cozy and spacious porch swing. The open sides of the swing match the spacious, open look of the porch. A painted blue ceiling adds soft color and brings the blue sky to the covered porch. The concrete porch floor steps out onto an uncovered patio complete with wood chairs for seating.
Painting a lofty room in white or light tones enhances the sense of space in an already large room. To keep the room from feeling plain or uncontained, wood beams have been added here to provide a cozy air. The owners added a large painting to further add to the artistry of the space; only a room with this scale can handle such a piece.
Double doors swing back to reveal the foyer which takes rustic style in a graceful direction: The ceilings are exposed wood slats and the chandelier and sconce feature single antlers painted black. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Contrast is the name of the design game in this bedroom. A wood slat partition wall painted black doubles as an extended headboard. Just above the bed, a collection of wooden candlesticks sit inside a niche painted white. Concrete floors unify the bedroom and adjoining bathroom.
Recessed, light-stained wood cabinets and a wood slat ceiling add warmth and texture to this tropical, contemporary kitchen. A drop ceiling and modern pendant lights hang over the waterfall marble island. Green tile backsplash injects a subtle pop of color.
A wood-slat vaulted ceiling adds a rustic touch to this neutral master bedroom. Contemporary touches like the sconces, armchair, fireplace and bench contribute to the room's laid-back, transitional style.
The vaulted ceiling of this living room helps direct attention to the big window at the end of the room framing the home's beautiful mountain setting. Darker exposed beams are a nice contrast with the ceiling's honey-colored wood slats.
A dramatic archway composed of wood slats and iron frame blend beautifully with a vibrant stained glass door in this front entry. Painted concrete containers sunken into the ground create a pretty space for planting while leveling out a sloped walkway.