I’m not much of a “rustic” person, but when I saw this Italian log house by architect Armin Blasbichler over at Design Sponge, I just had to share it. Despite the organic exterior, the interior is just about the antithesis of woodsy if you ask me. Check out these images for some gorgeous inspiration, and head over to the link above to see more photos.
The exterior, made to look like a log stack. (image by Ingrid Heiss via DesignSponge)
A door fitted with Pantone color chips that document all of the naturally occuring colors in the surrounding environment. (image by Ingrid Heiss via DesignSponge)
The bathroom, showing how the logs that clad the exterior allow light to peek through. Very modern, very ethereal, very cool. I suspect my husband would actually agree with me that this is a great space. (image by Ingrid Heiss via DesignSponge)
Doors inside doors inside doors: for any sized person (especially the children who live here). (image by Ingrid Heiss via DesignSponge)
I adore this house, and find it to be such an unusual combination of whimsical and serious. Did you catch the gold frame in the bathroom? — Such an unexpected touch of glamour in the midst of a rather minimalist, clean space. Love the details! Another thing to file away for the “dream home…”!
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