2,248 north carolina Rustic Home Design Photos

Dan Forer, Photographer
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Muxo Home Balcony, Highlands, NC
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deck with a river view in North Carolina. Multiple groupings of seats encourage quiet conversations or provide places to contemplate on your own as the river rolls by.
10. The rustic twig design of the railing is a nice touch around this deck with a river view in North Carolina. Multiple groupings of
“Twig banister” — emhodges836
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
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Bark House Shingle Siding and Reclaimed Barnwood Siding
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The Farm at Banner Elk - Banner Elk, North Carolina. Photo by Todd Bush.
The siding the Poplar bark shingles with cedar board and batton. Poplar bark shingle siding originated in the mountains of North Carolina and has been revived by the company Bark House in Spruce Pine, NC. We used Premium Grade shingles by Bark House which are between 1"-1 1/2" thickness. Here's a link
1. Banner Elk, North CarolinaDesigner Autumn Simmons of Christopher Kellie Design sums up this house as "an experiment in creating the best of both worlds: mountain rustic and
“Combo of colors” — bufffiann
Dianne Davant and Associates
Modern Mountain Home
Ideabooks383
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Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: This is a vacation home for a family of 5 from Florida. Location: Eagle’s Nest, North CarolinaSize: 4 bedrooms, 3½ bathroomsPhotography by Tommy White
“the exterior look, high windows” — 1nspired_me
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
The Gifford
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8. Ecofriendly Bare Essentials Homeowner: Jay Shafer of North CarolinaThis movable 7- by 16-foot home is combined with an equally tiny home next door for a total of 620 square feet of living space. Jay Shafer, founder
“sliding door” — Hoddy
CMA Design Studio Inc
North Carolina
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North Carolina
North Carolina CMA Design Studio Inc
For North Carolina
“LOVE THIS LOOK!” — shorthairs2
Morgan-Keefe Builders, Inc.
8 Reviews
Reclaimed Natural Wonder
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The masonry throughout the house is a mixture of Elk Mountain stone from North Carolina and Cumberland Plateau stone from Tennessee. The mortar is fairly flush with the face of the rock, concealing the edges of each stone so that the
guesthouse, where the owners’ two sons often stay with their families. The masonry throughout the house is a mixture of Elk Mountain stone from North Carolina and Cumberland Plateau stone from Tennessee. The mortar is fairly flush with the face of the rock, concealing the edges of each stone so that the
guesthouse, where the owners’ two sons often stay with their families. The masonry throughout the house is a mixture of Elk Mountain stone from North Carolina and Cumberland Plateau stone from Tennessee. The mortar is fairly flush with the face of the rock, concealing the edges of each stone so that the
“Multi colored wood” — wendytebben
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
1 Review
BarkHouse Shingle Siding with Kolbe Windows
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Kolbe Push Out Casement Windows in Chutney from Mountain Lumber Company - Boone, North Carolina. Photo by Todd Bush
The siding is Poplar bark shingles which originated in the mountains of North Carolina and has been revived by the company Bark House in Spruce Pine, NC. We used Premium Grade shingles by Bark House which are between 1"-1 1/2" thickness. Here's a link to some more detailed specs on Bark House bark siding
The siding is Poplar bark shingles which originated in the mountains of North Carolina and has been revived by the company Bark House in Spruce Pine, NC. We used Premium Grade shingles by Bark House which are between 1"-1 1/2" thickness
The siding is Poplar bark shingles which originated in the mountains of North Carolina and has been revived by the company Bark House in Spruce Pine, NC. We used Premium Grade shingles by Bark House which are between 1"-1 1/2" thickness
“Like trim color with wood and metal roof” — annettenotes
Dianne Davant and Associates
Modern Mountain Home
Ideabooks56
Questions1
Upstairs, an office loft means longer stays in North Carolina, thanks to telecommuting. One of the homeowners’ desks is to the right in the built-ins; the other’s is to the left. A TV and wet bar complete the parental domain, but the loft is open to the great room below, so the adults never feel too
“Like how the kitchenette, TV and desk are separated by vertical walls (Lux lodge)” — diva0545
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