To complement the homeowners’ collection of folk art, reclaimed wood was used throughout, bringing a rustic feel to the space.
Before shot of the living room
About 1,500 linear feet of wood from the old WNC Livestock Market was used on the trim, sliding door, and mantel in the living room.
Rather than install new kitchen cabinets, a faux finish brought the barnwood feel into the space to match the existing countertops.
In the master bedroom, Leslie Huntley of Roost Interiors conceptualized the shelving and nightstand unit. Jason Reddick of Angry Giant Forge built the structural frame. Also in this space, a poorly designed master closet was demolished to make way for a larger, more functional one.
Before shot of the master bedroom
In the master bathroom, long, light color tiles lengthen and brighten the floors, half wall, and shower. A soaking tub replaced an outdated Jacuzzi, and a new vanity was constructed at the WSM Craft Shop from the best specimens of reclaimed wood.
Before shot of the master bathroom