Peter HasslerRustic Entry, New York
Chris A Dorsey Photography © 2012 Houzz
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“They can be a hallway, a stair, a veranda or a nook. I would even include voids,” she says. “Much more than a wall, these in-between spaces now form some of the most active and connected areas in your home.”
Place your pothos on a high shelf and let it cascade wildly down. Exposed brick, a collection of wine bottles, a book collection and a casually placed guitar complete the look here.
On one side of the kitchen, Hassler created this seating nook with salvaged wood joists. “They have so much character," Hassler says of the joists. "You can even see the way they were sawed and the pattern of the blade.”