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Tour a Texas ranch house that will leave you speechless

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Thompson Custom Homes was commissioned to design this gorgeous rustic ranch house that is located on a sprawling property in Houston, Texas. From the exterior to the interior, there are so many exquisite details to compliment. Material selections and finishes are perfectly suited to this home’s environment. The interiors are warm and welcoming and every detail has been well executed. Continue on below for the rest of this fabulous home tour…

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Above: In the kitchen, the cabinets are a French oak that were distressed and stained.

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What We Love: There are so many details in this ranch house that makes it feel lived-in and ultra-inviting. We love the flooring in the kitchen… and the reclaimed wood pallet slats in the great room is drool-worthy! The outdoor living spaces are just as incredible, from the patio areas to the swimming pool. For anyone who loves warm, rustic style — this home seems to have all the bases covered.

Tell Us: Are you loving this ranch house? What details would you like to have seen designed differently? Please share your feedback in the Comments!

Note: Take a look at another incredible home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the creators of this project, Thompson Custom Homes: Traditional style home with light-filled interiors in Texas.

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Above: The windows are Kolbe, while the flooring is mudset terra cotta pavers “broken joint” from Baez Tile. The wood flooring is made from reclaimed packing crates.

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Above: The backsplash stone on the wall is the Shabui Tile from Walker Zanger. The countertop is poured in place concrete. Cabinets are by Osborne Cabinets & Millwork, Inc. in Houston, Texas. The exterior is a Vintage Oak.

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Above: This kitchen is roughly 28′ x 18′. Flooring is Parefeuville antique terra cotta pavers 8 1/4 x 14.

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Above: The fireplace design of this ranch house is by Chim-Tex Construction, based out of Houston, Texas. 

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Above: The stone walls are a custom blend from Alamo Stone in Houston, Texas. 

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Above: The great room of this Ranch is roughly 28′ x 30′.

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Above: The flooring is 36″ reclaimed wood pallet slats from Schenck & Company in Houston, Texas.

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Above: The custom built cabinet is made of vintage oak, while the floors are are reclaimed oak.

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Above: The staircase is composed of 36″ reclaimed wood pallet slats from Schenck & Company in Houston, Texas.

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Above: This spa-like master bathroom features a vanity with Kohler sinks.

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Above: The cabinets of this bathroom are custom built of vintage oak. The fixtures are Price Pfister. The poured in place concrete countertop color is a custom stain — dimensions are 2’x8′. The floor tile is Tuscany dark travertine.

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Above: TD Landscape Design in Columbus, Texas is responsible for the design of the swimming pool for this ranch house.

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Above: On the exterior facade, the stone is a custom blend from Alamo Stone in Houston. The doors are by Kolbe.

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Photos: Steve Chenn

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Dave

This Texas home is just retched excess lacking any overarching or cohesive vision. Maybe they were going for an organic vernacular compound, but it doesn’t work. Artless massing and a hodgepodge of unrelated volumes and scales. But I’m sure it cost a fortune so if money is the criteria, it’s a real success.