111 Shop Rustic Living Design Photos

Scott Gilbride/Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
Crosswater Ski Lodge
Ideabooks1,612
Questions5
Im thinking maybe this for the ceiling in the shop since I cant find enough barn siding??
“Ceiling” — arobinson47
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
Ideabooks19,284
Questions9
They were salvaged, but the originate from the Iron Shop (pine treads are custom).
The stair in the photo is from Vermont Salvage. Custom wood treads were added on site. New spiral stair kits are available from The Iron Shop.
at Mason Brothers Architectural Salvage, and the bathroom sink is placed on an old metal grain feeder that Eric and Phiona picked up at an antiques shop.
“change color to white or stain all the wood inside & out” — rocks1069
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Antiques and curio items add interest to a Brooklyn brownstone
Ideabooks914
Questions1
rooms also forces you to get more creative, coming up with interesting ways of putting things together you never would have considered if you were shopping solely at one or two stores.
rooms also forces you to get more creative, coming up with interesting ways of putting things together you never would have considered if you were shopping solely at one or two stores.
“chandelier” — Andy Mac
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks1,660
Questions0
the owner bought online for $150 and had initially planned to use for extra storage. The cabinet and old wood-burning stove were found at a secondhand shop.
the owner bought online for $150 and had initially planned to use for extra storage. The cabinet and old wood-burning stove were found at a secondhand shop.
“garden” — camden6
Designed To Appeal
Staging in Manhattan
Ideabooks4,873
Questions6
ridiculously long delayed response. I was not aware of your question until now. Here is a link to where you can order the rug: http://www.rugs-direct.com/ShopDetail/Details/157485/Dalyn/Terrace/TE08/Lime
Choosing your timber. Shop around for your parquet flooring. Timber choice is just as important as design. Is the wood domestic or exotic? Is it engineered or solid? What is the overall thickness and length of the timber? Will the wear layer work for high-traffic areas? Is the timber finished in gloss
“Brick” — stellasimone
Realtor at Berkshire Hathaway (Angelos Properties)
Historic Montecito Adobe
Ideabooks86
Questions0
Your style is …Rustic: You love raw materials, like rough-hewn wood beams. You love scouring thrift shops and roadsides for anything you can repurpose in your home. You’re rugged, you love the outdoors, and you think about texture first when choosing a piece of furniture. Cotton and wool dominate in
“kaggel” — toeflantat
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
Woodsy appeal
Ideabooks280
Questions2
though: Instead of paying $24,000 for a French Jules Leleu sideboard, you might pay $6,800 for a Donald Deskey desk. Other notable American names to shop for are Walter Dorwin Teague, K.E.M. Weber and Wolfgang Hoffmann, who was the son of Austrian deco furniture maker Josef Hoffmann (of the European school
“i like the framed collection arrangement over the windows” — 59sonia
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks1,176
Questions4
The dining room table is a custom piece, with a translucent red glass top. He bought the light blue vintage chairs at a local shop. The stools opposite the sofa are solid oak, which used to be very pristine until Lum left them outside. "They got all cracked and weathered, so I brought them inside," he
“BM Fernwood Green” — marsh722
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