A cozy living area surrounds an open fireplace. The gas log fireplace has the look & feel of wood without the mess. A 6' wide set of french doors flanked by full height double hung windows create a wall of glass looking out over a covered patio. Locally milled beetle-kill pine is used throughout the addition. Exposed timber frame floor joists add character to the space. The interior wall finish is the same beetle-kill pine as the exterior siding.


Rustic Interior

An upper level covered deck off the master bedroom provides a private seating area. The lower level deck creates an indoor/outdoor connection to the patio area. Rusted corrugated metal roofing and "hog fence" railings add to the rustic character of the building. Exposed timber framing and siding are salvaged from locally harvested beetle-kill pine trees.



Rustic Exterior

The one room main level features a full kitchen. A stone backsplash gives an old world feel with all the conveniences of modern appliances. The radiant heated floors are coverd with Colorado Doug-Fir flooring. The wide plank flooring is rough sawn and sanded for an aged look.



Stone Backsplash

A Western sytle bar provides a place to sit & relax. The bar features oak arm rest and a brass foot rest. The bar also creates a division of space between the open living and kitchen areas. It also serves as a visual barrier of the island & sink below.




Western Bar


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