The enclosed wooded structure maintains its deep roots in this newly constructed space. Raw, unfinished timbers perfectly balance the presence of stainless steel and keeps the room from feeling cold.
Moody gray paint and a collage of hand-carved mirrors give this dining room an air of industrial sophistication. The mirrors were inspired by 19th-century architectural windows and can be found at Restoration Hardware.
Honor the past by restoring a piece of history. Aged planks, some painted, serve as an art form in this beachhouse bedroom.
The integrated table provides an unexpected but pleasant variation in materials and the counter's elevation. The Mademoiselle Chairs by Kartell work with this design because of their straight lines and because the room's color palette exists within the fabric pattern.
The new modern mix combines fresh, light-filled spaces with clean-lined upholstery and weathered wood. Constructed from a pallet top and framed with a steel base, this coffee table reinforces the warmth found in the ceiling and the floors
A mix of old and new elements create a spa-like experience in this modern bath. Introducing tub and sink enclosures made exclusively of reclaimed wood was an ingenius way to include nature into the space. This luxurious bath is what I consider to be stylish (eco-) responsibility.
The adjectives thick and hearty are generally uncharacteristic of a floating shelves, but these beauties are an exception to the rule. Strong and dependable storage, they bring a distinguished antique charm to this office space.