Exposed Ceiling Beams
Casa Fazenda is located in Amarantina (Amarante in English), Brazil and was designed by Helena Teixeira Rios e Jacques Rios.
The home is warm and welcoming, with many different textures and patterns – and even different tones of wood – mixed together.
By Magaly • Mar 17, 2013
This stunning attic apartment is located in the Old Town of Stockholm, Sweden.
The interior features a striking contrast between its crude wooden beams and its crisp white walls.
This recently sold home, an 18th-century barn converted into a private residence, is located in the village of Guiting Power, Gloucestershire, England.
Surrounded by the countryside of the Cotswolds, a range of hills in southwestern and west-central England, the home strikes a perfect balance between rusticity and comfort.
This old windmill, renovated by Minim to house a private home and wine cellar, is located in the Priorat, a county in Catalonia, Spain known for its production of wine.
The home is rustic, with rough stone walls and ceiling beams made directly out of thin tree trunks, though furnished modernly and with comfort in mind.
This eclectic duplex apartment is located in the Stockholm, Sweden district of Norrmalm.
It is a stylish and fashionable mixture of textures and patterns, which create a dynamic that keeps the eye busy wherever it goes.
Surrounded by the spectacular waters of the South Pacific, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is located in Motu Tehotu, on the island of Bora Bora, French Polynesia.
With beaches of the whitest sand and waters of the deepest blue, this resort provides its guests with the perfect background for a getaway filled with relaxation and luxury.
This loft, located on the Terronská street in the Bubeneč district of Prague, Czech Republic, was remodeled by Dalibor Hlavacek.
The apartment is elegantly decorated, creating a comfortable environment out of its limited space with its combination of subdued neutrals, wood floors, and exposed brick walls.