Traditional Kitchen
Traditional Kitchen
Native Trails
Photography by Heidi Long, Longviews Studio Design-Build by Rand Olsen Construction, Idaho Falls, ID Cabinetry by Falls Cabinets & Millwork, Idaho Falls, ID
Rabbit Ridge Farm - Log Cabin Master Bath, Dressing Room & Laundry Room
Rabbit Ridge Farm - Log Cabin Master Bath, Dressing Room & Laundry Room
Suzanne MacCrone Rogers
Renovation of a master bath suite, dressing room and laundry room in a log cabin farm house. Project involved expanding the space to almost three times the original square footage, which resulted in the attractive exterior rock wall becoming a feature interior wall in the bathroom, accenting the stunning copper soaking bathtub. A two tone brick floor in a herringbone pattern compliments the variations of color on the interior rock and log walls. A large picture window near the copper bathtub allows for an unrestricted view to the farmland. The walk in shower walls are porcelain tiles and the floor and seat in the shower are finished with tumbled glass mosaic penny tile. His and hers vanities feature soapstone counters and open shelving for storage. Concrete framed mirrors are set above each vanity and the hand blown glass and concrete pendants compliment one another. Interior Design & Photo ©Suzanne MacCrone Rogers Architectural Design - Robert C. Beeland, AIA, NCARB
Teton Valley Residence
Teton Valley Residence
Yellowstone Traditions
Peter Zimmerman Architects // Peace Design // Audrey Hall Photography
Lost Creek
Lost Creek
Teton Heritage Builders
Rustic Timber Cabin Jackson, Wy Builder: Teton Heritage Builders
Modern Day Log Cabin - The Bowling Green Residence - Kitchen
Modern Day Log Cabin - The Bowling Green Residence - Kitchen
M.T.N Design
Rich wood tones let the food be the star of this post and beam log home kitchen. Produced By: PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes Photo Credit: Mountain Photographics, Inc.
New Hampshire Snow and Lake Lodge
New Hampshire Snow and Lake Lodge
MossCreek
This beautiful lake and snow lodge site on the waters edge of Lake Sunapee, and only one mile from Mt Sunapee Ski and Snowboard Resort. The home features conventional and timber frame construction. MossCreek's exquisite use of exterior materials include poplar bark, antique log siding with dovetail corners, hand cut timber frame, barn board siding and local river stone piers and foundation. Inside, the home features reclaimed barn wood walls, floors and ceilings.