This poolside outdoor dining space earns a bit of shade –– or protection from rainy evenings –– from an exposed beam covered area with natural wood panels. A stone fireplace offers a cozy addition, while outdoor dining chairs with brown cushions line the large round dining table.
This light green kitchen features exposed beam ceilings paired with a blend of medium grain and dark wood cabinetry. The open floor plan allows for easy transition between the kitchen and dining spaces, as well as a bar area with black wooden bar stools. Earth-toned slate tiles cover the floor.
Picturesque skies and greenery provide gorgeous scenery from the patio. Outdoor lounge chairs stay uncovered to soak in the sunshine, while covered seating with a brick fireplace offers a shaded area to relax and enjoy the fresh air.
Contemporary meets country charm in this spacious, eat-in kitchen. Charcoal gray cabinets and gray stone countertops blend perfectly together without appearing too boring. A gray and white chevron tile backsplash breaks up the monochromatic space, adding a touch of contrast, and the large island pairs with country-style barstools to complete the lovely design.
Located on 25 acres of deeded land with its own 10-acre private lake, the Huston Family Estate offers unparalleled luxury in the heart of the pristine and mythic Chilko Valley in British Columbia, Canada. The tower house is a 2,450-square-foot log structure constructed with a three-story attached tower. Its log cabin design creates a sense of homeyness amidst the estate's upscale amenities.
With its large sitting areas, central kitchen, TV, game room and bar, the lodge is the gathering place for family and visitors. Built in a hub-and-spoke design with the main house as the hub, the 4,100-square-foot timber frame structure is made from large fir beams recycled from an elevator built in 1904. The beams have a 100-year-old patina that is striking. The exterior boasts cedar siding custom milled by Pioneer Log Homes and shaved on site.
A stroll through the lush and beautiful gardens is enough to call this place home. A brick walkway lined by greenery, shrubs and flowers leads the way to the container garden, which includes fresh foods to cook up for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
This 750-square-foot loft bedroom is located in the tower house in the Huston Family Estate. With a log beam and denim pine ceiling, log walls and a log bed with a rough-hewn wood bench, the rustic bedroom feels right at home in its woodsy locale.
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