Sophie Warnock

Sophie Warnock

Sophie Warnock
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flooring in wood

The floors are incredible. I love that aged wood finish! I just wish I knew how to reproduce that depth of color and texture without waiting for a hundred years of use, let alone the incredible detail shown in the pattern. I love this floor!

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Small Space Secrets: Swap Your Bookcases for Wall Mounted Shelving. Here's a creative shelving arrangement that uses a deeper shelf at bottom to create a sort of bench. The bench can serve as extra seating for parties, or as a display space.

Minimalist Facades We Love by Zachary Edelson - Dwell

Swell lights by Pablo hang above Hot Mesh stools from Blu Dot. The millwork is by J.

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 9 of 12 - Like the entry bridge (below), the deck is surrounded by welded-wire fencing made by West Macon Welding. 

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 9 of 12 - Like the entry bridge (below), the deck is surrounded by welded-wire fencing made by West Macon Welding.

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 6 of 12 - Pine slats, which were intentionally spaced unevenly, partially enclose the side deck. Outdoor areas add nearly 300 square feet to the cabin, whose interior measures about 1,000 square feet. 

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 6 of 12 - Pine slats, which were intentionally spaced unevenly, partially enclose the side deck. Outdoor areas add nearly 300 square feet to the cabin, whose interior measures about 1,000 square feet.

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 1 of 12 - A little cottage in North Carolina is furnished with a cluster of wood-stump end tables by Urbia,  two Eames rockers, and a 16-H wood-burning stove by Stûv.

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 1 of 12 - A little cottage in North Carolina is furnished with a cluster of wood-stump end tables by Urbia, two Eames rockers, and a 16-H wood-burning stove by Stûv.

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 12 of 12 - Dwell

A Rustic-Modern Cabin Inspired by Japanese Bungalows and Shou Sugi Ban - Photo 12 of 12 - Dwell

The Eichler house designed for Life magazine by Pietro Belluschi in 1959. How the Eichler houses became a symbol of modernist architecture? Click on the image to discover and see more...

"The Eichler house designed for Life magazine by Pietro Belluschi in Was this the dawn of modern architecture?