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Timeless ranch house with exquisite details in the Sierra Nevadas

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This timeless ranch house is designed by Walker-Warner Architects in collaboration with Tucker & Marks, located in Shasta County, Northern California. This is a family compound, where a couple and their children and grandchildren all reside on the same property. Already existing on the site was a shingled Adirondack-style house, which houses the owner’s extended family. The main residence is roughly 6,000 square feet, which serves as a sophisticated private retreat that is spacious enough to entertain the whole family.

The interior design team curated a palette of materials and furnishings that were neither too feminine nor too cowboy — a gender neutral environment to make both clients happy. The decor mixes country antiques with a touch of ranch, and includes the clients’ exquisite American Indian basket collection. This home is surrounded by a tranquil outdoor environment, ideally nestled between the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Cascades. Mature-growth California live oaks and lodgepole pines blanket the property. There are several world-class fishing creeks nearby.

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What We Love: This timeless ranch house offers a cozy and inviting atmosphere, a haven of relaxation for family living. Every detail throughout the interiors has been meticulously curated. A very successful design with plenty of character and charm. We are especially loving the outdoor living space with the fireplace, so ideal for family gathering!

Tell Us: What details in this timeless ranch house caught your eye and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of inspiring home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the interior designer’s of this project, Tucker & Marks: Spanish-style hacienda in Carmel Valley showcases inviting design and Sumptuous mountain lodge getaway in Idaho evokes inviting atmosphere.

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Above: The living room fireplace was made with local stone/rock indigenous to the property. The accent pillows on the sofa are upholstered in Travers’ Portland Squares, a red and khaki windowpane fabric, two Kilim pillows are made from rug remnants from Isberian Rug Company in Aspen. The Vintage Oxen Yoke mesquite coffee table is from Jackson Hole Designs. Area rug is from AM Collections.

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Above: The light fixture above the dining table is a custom Molesworth-style chandelier, consisting of a whimsical raw hide teepee encircled by iron dancing buffalo, sourced from Fighting Bear Antiques

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Above: The dining table is a custom made refectory table, modeled after an eighteenth-century original and has a solid 2” thick bleached walnut plank top with heavy distressing. The table includes 2 leaves, so it can extend from a 10’ to a 14’ long table.
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Above: The kitchen cabinets are made from old reclaimed barn wood, manufactured by Wisconsin-based “Roughing It In Style”. They were stained and waxed to create an ageless feeling. For the cabinet hardware, the knobs (94RE3) and pulls (64RE3) – both in a black iron finish – were sourced from Whitechapel. Island countertop is butcher block, while the perimeter countertops are a stone called “golden dream”, purchased from Fox Marble. The stainless steel apron-front undercounter sink by Kohler is the Verity series, which has since been replace by the Vault series.

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Above: The 2077 Pot Rack Fixture over the island is by Paul Ferrante. It is a custom pot rack with double sided iron hooks on a rectangular pine frame suspended by four iron braces. Two pendant lights with iron hats and posts to suspend from a rectangular iron canopy. Flooring is old reclaimed barn wood — wide-plank pine and fir: bleached, stained and waxed.

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Above: The rotary-sawn, barn-wood walls and wide-plank reclaimed pine and fir floors throughout this house are all bleached, stained and waxed.

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Above: The bed was custom-manufactured with a headboard, created from a Moroccan silk rug dating from the 1940’s. On the bed, the quilt is from Garnet Hill, while the pillow shams are made from a vintage Moroccan silk and cotton textile. Bench is from Old Hickory Furniture Co., upholstered in “Toile des Indes” by Pierre Frey. The fireplace was custom-designed and built using reclaimed wood and stone/rock indigenous to the area. Wallpaper is a Fine Madagascar grasscloth by Hinson.

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Above: The tub faucet is the Aero Retro concealed deck mixer with handshower, in matte nickel, by Waterworks. Cconces were purchased from Ann-Morris Antiques. The walls were painted in Benjamin Moore #917 Virginia Beach (in a satin finish).

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Above: The stools were purchased from the Old Hickory Furniture Company. The two counterweight wall mounted sconces, with oval sphere shaped frosted glass shades suspended from an adjustable weighted rod, and round backplates, all in an old bronze finish are from City Lights.

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Above: The king-sized “Big Ranch” bark and rattan bed with a decorative headboard and side and end rails constructed of horizontal branches mounted on contrasting wood panels is sourced from Old Hickory Furniture Company. The vintage quilt was purchased from The Pavillion Antiques.

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Above: On the deck, the two lounge chairs and ottoman are by Old Hickory Furniture Co., upholstered in Sunbrella fabric.

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Photos: Matthew Millman

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GLG

Very nice….but a lot of brown. I have to have COLOR.