23 paths Rustic Living Design Photos

kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
one of Peck's first bosses when Peck graduated from school. The two kept in touch and remained friends. Although the client ended up switching career paths and becoming a nutritionist, she still has an amazing style that she wanted to exercise in this new house. Table: Restoration Hardware; pendants: Niche
“Mix of rustic And minimalist” — mcknittey
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
takes the concerted efforts of multiple parties. It starts with the architect, whose job it is to design it correctly. You must be able to trace the path of a drop of water falling on the building down the exterior face, around the walls and roof planes and crevices, all without your pencil ever lifting
“Color scheme” — thuvu
Minnetonka Custom Homes, Inc
2 Reviews
living room
I like the idea of a path of hardwood flooring in the living room and the rest is carpet. I also like how the steps show some dark wood with some carpet.
“Trim” — j_mam1
Seattle Full-Service General Contractor and Custom Home Builder
Pacific West has the expertise to guide you through the entire building process. From start to completion, our friendly and knowledgeable professionals will help make your dreams become a reality.
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Family Room
too rustic but along right path
“nice way to handle the awning windows in livingroom” — taw9370
Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
177 white pine - new build
Beams, view, path to rest of home (back right), lofted upsyairs
“Rock Wall” — juliabarnard2
SMB Real Estate Photography
7 Reviews
SMB Real Estate Photography Path Snyder, Photograper
“wainscoating” — cdlaga
Studio Agoos Lovera
1 Review
Barn Restoration
The stone floor with wood inlay highlights the original path leading into the barn. Photo: Barry Halkin
“Interior treatment of carriage doors” — Vicki Hanson-Burkhart
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
21 Reviews
Elk Ridge Lodge
the Spanish Peaks Mountain Range in the distance. The layout of the home is an open concept with the Kitchen, Great Room, Den, and key circulation paths, as well as certain elements of the upper level open to the spaces below. The kitchen was designed to serve as an extension of the great room, constantly
“Reminds me of yellowstone” — Dawn McCravey
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