The Mud and Wood House

All of the timber in the Mud and Wood House started out as windfall (storm-blown) trees in local forests and fields. The trees were carefully removed from where they lay, milled to a variety of thicknesses (e.g. 4" for door frames, 2" for kitchen counter tops, 1" for door leafs), and stacked on site to air-dry for up to 3 years. This kitchen was made from elm, sourced about 8 miles from the site. The kitchen is located on the west side of the house to take advantage of the stunning sunsets while preparing the evening meal.

Photo: Steve Rogers

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Charlotte Winters Brueggerhoff added this to charlotte_wintersbrueggerhoff's ideas5 December 2019

Beautiful natural wood kitchen counters.

Lel Amerine added this to Little House Kitchen Ideas9 March 2018

Really pretty wood. Nice windows

zubke5 added this to kitchen20 January 2018

everything especially the counter tops!

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