You'll want to take a look inside this beautiful mountain getaway located in Martis Camp, California. This rustic, modern and unique, Martis Camp residence is all about lifestyle perfect for indoor/outdoor living, family gatherings, and entertaining friends. Here you will find a mosaic of reclaimed wood on the exterior, living roofs, an inground natural spa, and a cantilevered lower floor clad in corrugated steel set this home apart. On the interior of the exposed structure, there is wide plank oak flooring, custom steel details, and reclaimed wood wall paneling which creates a distinct mountain modern aesthetic.
You can't help staring at the great details throughout this stunning California home design. From the exterior with its reclaimed wood, living roofs, rural location, and outdoor patios to the interior with its mixture of reclaimed wood throughout, large windows to let in the view and natural light, and its open floor plan. The home is the perfect mixture of modern and rustic design that complements its surrounding landscape and view beautifully. The use of reclaimed wood throughout this cozy mountain cabin is what sets it apart. Reclaimed wood can add a lot of character to your home and can be used in a variety of ways. The following are just some of the ways you can use reclaimed and salvaged wood in your home design.
Barnwood Cabinets. Cabinets made from a disassembled barn, with barn siding used on the cabinet doors for a natural, weathered look that can’t be replicated with modern finishing methods. Barn door hardware can compliment the wood for a unique and authentic look.
Reclaimed Wood Feature Wall. A stunning and colorful feature wall in your home created with wood from salvaged pieces of wood. You might include barn wood, and salvaged wood from a variety of sources.
Reclaimed Flooring. You can use everything from reclaimed barn wood to shipping crates for a beautiful floor.
Driftwood Headboard. Driftwood is a unique addition to any headboard. Natural weathering doesn’t get any better than this.
Slab Dining Table. A dining table can be constructed simply by attaching an entire wood slab to a metal base. This is a great way to bring the outdoors in.
Re-Sawn Wood Beams. Use antique heart pine beams that are re-sawn and planed smoothed before being given a second life. They impart a robust and warm feel to any space.
Wooden Pallet Coffee Table. Use two wooden pallets, a little stain, and some casters to build a trendy coffee table. DIY doesn’t get much cheaper or easier than this.
Reclaimed Lumber Shelves. The most obvious use for salvaged wood is with shelves. Display your photos and books atop a warm, natural-edged plank of wood that fits with whatever bracket you like.
Fireplace Mantle. Another great use for salvaged wood is with antique timber to make a dramatic and one-of-a-kind ﬁreplace mantle. It can complement historic brick as well as more modern ﬁnishes. No matter where it is, it will be a conversation piece and an impressive design statement.
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