The warm, rustic exterior is carried into the interior of the home thanks to reclaimed-wood walls and rich decorative accents, like the wooden front door and luxe plank flooring. A metal-mesh, custom chandelier brings an inviting modern touch to the entry.
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
Blurring the lines between indoors and out, the same slate tile flows from the foyer to the back patio area at the HGTV Dream Home 2014. Two adjoining steel walls of windows overlook the mountain and golf course views behind this vacation getaway.
A rear doorway opens to the lush, rolling terrain of Martha's Vineyard. The pale wood finishes of this neutral great room give it an open and airy vibe that feels both rustic and contemporary. A split wood beam above the doorway adds character as well as structural support.
A rustic table and wall paneling and plush seating welcome guests and residents into this cozy cabin getaway. The sleek lines of the chairs and modern artwork balance the setting to create a sitting area that's not overly country or contemporary.
Just off of this home's stunning great room with stone walls, sits a quaint foyer space with a blue and white ikat armchair. A large, cherrywood side table features a plant and clear glass lamp, while a photo of a horse above the armchair provides a finishing touch.
To enhance the vaulted ceiling in the entry, reclaimed beams and barn board were added. To balance that textural warmth, the V-groove below has a warm grey wash on it, and dark charcoal on the doors and windows adds lovely contrast. Repeating that same desire for contrast, the lighting is bronze and iron tones, topping off with a mirrored star in the vaulted area.
This rustic entrance features a neutral stone accent wall paired with gray stone flooring. A heavy wooden door is propped open to reveal the mountain view, while a green bench offers a place for sitting to remove shoes and snow attire.