The exterior shows the unique tower room set in stone behind a covered entryway.
The mix of stone, wood and metals is carried through the home, and the perfect balance of details mimics the mountainous views found right outdoors. Inside, the tower room provides an interesting canister shaped entryway.
The interior is decorated with items that create a pastoral vibe, and the original features add to the character of the home. For instance, the display of gears hung on the wall, old world light fixtures, wheels and the durable wood beams and supports completes the look.
Who wouldn’t want a bamboo swing chair in the living area?
Windows in nearly every room showcase the beautiful mountainscape. Portions of the furniture and interior objects are made from found wood and other items, as seen in the neat, functional pieces like tables and the beds in the children’s room.
The sliding mirror hung on the wall cleverly contains the medicine cabinet.
The home feels rugged, but provides a warm, safe and resourceful space.
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