These upscale rustic Montana homes are stylishly designed with Mother Nature elements. The elegant huts welcome their rustic natural environment creating a holistic and relaxing environment. Decorative elements such as old teak wood arches handmade in the old artisan style and recycled wood panels are used to improve the style of the cabin.
Incorporate the natural beauty of vintage Spanish Indo doors studded with iron nails and old world architectural design of the exterior, interior, seamlessly mixing huge teak porch gates and solid carved wooden columns with raw wood walls and natural wood ceilings and arched windows. Enjoy rustic sophistication in the secluded mountains of Utah.
The cozy warmth of a log cabin designed with magnificent cusp arches has a very dramatic feeling. The plank floors, an Anglo Indian carved wooden railing, the furniture with rustic peeled patinated doors lend a vintage sophistication to the entrance, which leads to the living room in the splendid cabin of the Colorado Ranch. An Indian tribal manjoosh or kitchen chest with ironed door and carved horse heads is enchanting in its earthy red patina. A bust of Buddha sits on top with amethyst mala pearls and Lapiz Lazuli reminding you to take some time for meditation and self-improvement.
Using recycled wood and handmade furniture in natural difficulty, we are attentive to the environment, opting for recycled materials through the Idaho lodge. The holistic renovation preserved the original trunks and also recovered dying trees on the farm for poles, wooden floors and paneled walls. Rustic and eclectic vintage trunks studded with nails and iron straps give the grounding element to the living room by removing harmful ions and making positive energy.
The 5,000-square-foot log house in Long Island, New York features an ancient double Indian door with iron horseshoes and an elaborate carved headboard with fish and peacocks. The three-arched veranda encloses the windows, an old-world rustic architectural design at its best. Cotton looms for handlooms are used to cover soft sofas. Hand-printed in vegetable dyes, they are totally in harmony with nature and have a minimal environmental impact. Hand-woven cotton fabrics are good for Mother Earth, our climate and are all natural. The bathroom vanity is reproduced by a console made from saved doors. Old reclaimed woods add to the rustic beauty of the decadent cabin, blending luxury and conscious design.
by Era Chandok