Hill Country River Ranch

The program consists of a detached Guest House with full Kitchen, Living and Dining amenities, Carport and Office Building with attached Main house and Master Bedroom wing. The arrangement of buildings was dictated by the numerous majestic oaks and organized as a procession of spaces leading from the Entry arbor up to the front door. Large covered terraces and arbors were used to extend the interior living spaces out onto the site.

All the buildings are clad in Texas limestone with accent bands of Leuders limestone to mimic the local limestone cliffs in the area. Steel was used on the arbors and fences and left to rust. Vertical grain Douglas fir was used on the interior while flagstone and stained concrete floors were used throughout. The flagstone floors extend from the exterior entry arbors into the interior of the Main Living space and out onto the Main house terraces.

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Pam Stivers added this to My Project30 October 2020

simplicity, colors of the building materials and linens

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Darcy Lyons added this to Darcy's Ideas30 September 2020

Stone bed wall (maybe tonal brick?) clerestory windows and floor to ceiling windows

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Darcy Lyons added this to Canyon Lake15 September 2020

Stone bed wall (maybe tonal brick?) clerestory windows and floor to ceiling windows

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Molly Jackanne added this to For Ben22 August 2020

Really like the small high windows on stone wall above bed.

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keleenmiller added this to master add on13 August 2020

Opening upper; lower windows. May be too much light for sleeping?

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