A tree can self-heal bark damage by forming what’s known as a callus. On this tree, you can see the callus on the left trunk. It forms a thick, woody-looking edge around what’s visible of the exposed trunk wood. The right trunk callus has nearly closed over the original wound. When you see callus forming, your tree is on its way to healing. Make sure it has adequate fertilizer and water during the growing season so it can direct energy toward callus formation.
The home's master bathroom takes a sophisticated approach to pampering with a white foundation accented by smart black trim. There are softer touches too: a reclaimed wood end table, an area rug and a delicious soaking tub.
Large built-in cabinets provide lots of storage for this living room; the molding on the front adds an unusual graphic element. Touches like the wood coffee table and mantel bring a gentle rustic feel to the space.
A trio of windows are covered with bamboo blinds and framed with neutral curtains for full control of the natural light let into the room. A white sofa, white chaise and pair of chairs face in toward a leather trunk coffee table to create the sitting area. A square patterned rug decorates the black wood floor.
When the owners need a little relief from the sun, they can slip beneath the covered porch where it's a little cooler. Here, an outdoor sectional gives the room to stretch out, while a wood trunk and wicker baskets store extra pillows and blankets.
This corner chair features sharp lines and a soft, velvet blue finish. The chocolate brown throw pillow echoes the dark coloring of the wood floor. A painted log stool adds a beautifully rough texture to the otherwise sleek decor. A tall silver floor lamp is equipped with a built-in glass tabletop.
The windows are covered with bamboo blinds and framed with neutral curtains for full control of natural light let into this parlor space. A white sofa, white chaise and pair of traditional chairs face toward a leather trunk coffee table. A black wood floor creates a contrast against the white walls.
Natural wood and leather details look stylish and sophisticated in this spacious master bedroom, which features a corner sitting area, beautiful blue-striped trunk at the foot of the bed, and gorgeous wood detailing on the walls.
In this foyer, white oak wall and ceiling panels pay homage to old barn interiors. To connect the house with its coastal California location, designers used a blue color palette throughout the rooms. Here, the foyer gets a gray-blue hardwood floor and a blue mirror.
A designer found this heavily carved wood bed and created custom multi-layer window treatments. Wall paint, Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue, gives the room a regal feel and the custom-made trunk at the bottom of the bed was made to fit bed pillows for a tidy appearance.
A comfy sofa and burnt-orange chair make for a cozy sitting area in this neutral living room. A rope-covered trunk lends a coastal sensibility to the transitional space while pulling double duty as a coffee table and focal point.