Amidst the countless home, building, and decor designs we see, some of our very favourites are the ones that combine the reclaimed and the glamorous, presenting visitors with a gorgeous rustic chic aesthetic. That’s the best way we can find to describe The Cross, an architectural and interior design project completed by Refuge – architecture d’intérieur last year! If you have a taste for finer things but you still appreciate a sort of woodland appearance, then we think you’ll quite enjoy and find inspiration in the photos to follow.
By Magaly • Jan 13, 2017
Often when we see residences and homes that are heavy on wooden decor, we think of cottages, lodges, and beautifully rustic chic aesthetics. Every once in a while, however, a contemporary designer comes along and changes things up, putting a twist on rich wooden features that comes off modern above all else.
The One Oak Chalet is located in Combloux, near Megève, a town well-known as a ski resort for its proximity to the Mont Blanc in the French Alps.
The house itself is made of rustic wood, but its decoration brings in a touch of modernity and quirky character that makes the chalet truly singular.