use of natural wood shapes! Like the sculpture, too!
large rug in the first photo is a reproduction, as vintage Native American travel rugs were not made in large sizes like this one. The clients owned the moose sculpture in the entryway before they bought the house. Now he is right where he belongs. The textures, materials and a vintage Native American
American rug set the design tone. Throughout the house Chris Lohss of Lohss Construction used standing dead logs like the one used for the newel post, and reclaimed wood like you see on the stairwell walls. These wide planks used to be warehouse flooring."In a house like this, we like to add refined pieces
reminder of nature. Along with the salvaged barn timbers, engineered maple flooring throughout unifies the basement with other areas of the house. Stools: Tibetan, Pottery Barn; ladder: Days Gone By; flooring: ponderosa, Bruce