The rustic master bathroom is minimal in decor.
Of course, the master bath features a long soaking tub with a view, which is a must after a long day of hiking or snow sports. A marble vanity top and tub surround add a little understated glam to the
rustic bathroom, which is otherwise minimally accessorized.
A glass shower is extra tall and has a stone wall with a built-in seat as its focal point. The same marble from the vanity is repeated on the other walls of the shower, which is accessed through a wide glass door. A rainfall showerhead is an ideal choice for this type of shower where natural relaxation is just as important as getting clean!
One of the bedrooms is almost more like a sleeping space that features
extra wide bunk beds. Of course, the ladder is also made from logs and the ceiling light boasts deer antlers. The smallish room can be closed off with a large sliding door. This takes up less space than a traditional swinging door and makes the room feel much more open than if it were enclosed by a wall.
Another bedroom is more traditional and features the pitched roofline, accented on the inside with beams and the varied wood used to construct the walls. Plenty of windows and
window seats are found throughout the house, encouraging the occupants to stop and enjoy the view. A comfortable. leather-upholstered armchair is handy for getting dressed or just having a seat.
small spiral staircase leading to an office area has a one-of-a-kind detail: The central spoke of the staircase is a tree trunk with some of the root extensions still intact. This is a magnificent rustic detail that is also a testament to the natural and reclaimed wood throughout the home. The small desk is just big enough to get a little reading or writing done — a getaway does not need a full office.
A cozy upstairs space serves as another relaxation area with cushy leather chairs and plenty of great views. The linear hanging light fixture is ideal for evenly distributing the light. Just outside the sunken room sits another small desk that is very handy for little tasks or just for setting down a few items.
A large, secluded property like this one should also have an outbuilding, away from the main home. This can serve as a rustic spot for gathering to warm up in snowy weather, or to nap away an autumn afternoon. Not really a guest house, this has a daybed and some seating and is a good place for changing into snowshoes and hiking gear. Or, light a fire and cozy up after a day on the snow, or use
the outdoor firepit and enjoy a nice summer evening.
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