Designed by Pearson Design, a group of architects from the United States, this unusual mountain house has strong rustic look but softened by colorful art touches and elegant contemporary input. As the house was built on the hillside, designers cleverly took advantage of the landscape and bring as much as natural elements into the interior design. As a result, this house has a very unique open terraces. The furnishing and the design elements are carefully chosen so that can withstand the atmospheric conditions of the open space.
By mixing rustic elements with modern design lines, this residence defines an interesting way to express a unique blend of styles. Designed by Jordan Iverson Signature Homes studio, the house accommodates three outdoor decks for enjoying the tranquil surroundings. Cozy and warm, the interior is flooded by the fireplace’s warm light and the cedar flooring. The most interesting part of this residence is the lights in the dining room, which are hang from the ceiling via those red cords, reminding me of the enchanting Scandinavian atmosphere. Do you like the style of combing steel and wood together used in this house?
For me, rustic homes always have an indefinable charm. In this post, I would like to present this two-level rustic style house to you. According to the designer, Delikatissen, the first floor houses the common areas, a small bathroom and an apartment designed for guests who come visit. The bedrooms are on the top floor, around a common living room. Wood finishes such as wooden floors, beams and pillars connect the spaces. Doesn’t like transitional rustic house, designer seasoned the house with some modern accessories and decorations like Warhol posters, playful pillows, large scale paintings and colorful carpets, which brings a vivid and freshness to this old house. [source]