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.
To decorate her Christmas table, designer Ginger Curtis creates an elegant scene with a piece of a tree trunk, Magnolia leaves and sprigs of Spruce trees, along with simple, wooden taper holders and clean, white tableware.
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.
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.
Wooden ceiling beams and handmade copper lanterns break up the concrete facade in the al fresco living spaces. One-of-a-kind pieces, such as tree trunk bases, avoid the matchy-matchy look and add unexpected elements. Floor inlays of grey shell stone add texture and ground the furniture.
Reclaimed white-washed wood planks sourced from an actual barn create a stunning feature wall behind the headboard in this rustic master bedroom. A southwestern-inspired trunk adds visual texture, while the room is grounded by hardwood floors and a subtle area rug.
The foyer is a perfect example of how the cabin blends a thoroughly luxurious feel with charming rustic design. Polished tree trunk posts support the upper level, wrought-iron sconces light the welcome and all around gorgeous wood paneling wraps the space in warmth.