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Saratoga Creek House
African tree reminiscent of mahogany. Wilson and his team installed a drop bronze soffit on the ceiling. Lighting and skylights make the metal glow throughout the day and night. The dark blue curved wall to the left was designed to separate the entry hall from the rest of the space. Wilson allowed the
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by fir trees in the northern rainforest of Canada, Hanl chose natural and chocolate-colored bamboo "for its straight, distinct yet quiet grain as a complement to the fir," she says. "To balance all this wood, I added chocolate-colored faux-leather paneling on the back of the island. It's made out of rubber
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and the trees beyond. They are a bit of manicured vegetation that positively affects the view through the window.More: Explore window designs in the Houzz remodeling section
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on the trees."
Tim Cuppett Architects
Modern Farm House
live oak trees and facing the pasture.Cuppett drew all the details of the space and designed the cabinetry and millwork. “The most important thing for farmhouse style is to keep it simple,” he says. “It all has to be really straightforward — no fancy shapes. All the trim we used is flat and very plain.”Lower
to the trees and water. The cabinets are zebrawood with sapele end panels that break up the stripes and add contrast. The elegant quartz and limestone countertops add to the organic feel. Two serving shelves attached with curved steel brackets are made of satin-edged glass — a material used throughout