This entry way was created with end cuts of logs from our property in Colorado. The cuts are 1" thick to match the height of the surrounding beetle kill pine flooring. Some of the cuts are aspen some are pine. The time consuming part was cutting all the twigs that filled the gaps. More rustic ideas from our home can be found on Rudy's home creations. Almost all of those projects were done using repurposed or gathered wood. Enjoy!
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The house strikes a balance between hominess and sophistication. Nowhere is this more clear than the reclaimed wood Versailles and end-grain block patterns in the entryway. (Steve Chenn Photography) Source by riverinskovitch
Tapestry is a collection of eight pre-configured patterns created by Heath’s Design team. Inspired by textile design and weaving traditions, the collection highlights the possibilities of our Classic Field tile and is available in most Made-to-Order glazes.
FOLLIES: PAVILION DE LAC MARTIN
Many years ago, I had lunch with a friend who was redecorating her house. She had a beautiful English Country Manor style home and she was selling everything to start afresh with French antiques. Her designer had introduced her to an antiques dealer in Louisiana and she had just paid him a visit. Our entire lunch was spent with news of this antiquarian who lived in a tower, a follie, out in the country on Lake Martin. He had built the house and it was unlike anything my friend had ever…