A Timber-clad House In Harmony With The Sierra Nevada Mountains 

Heavily textured native basalt, reclaimed wood siding, and gnarly, scabrous timber cladding on the exterior introduce a strong material presence seldom experienced beyond historic structures.

This rich texture extends past the sheltered entry area, through the glass-panel front door, and to the most minute interior detailing.

Thoughtfully crafted design features can be found throughout both the interior and exterior of this dwelling. Overall, we are loving this warm and inviting home with an idyllic setting in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

The custom kitchen cabinets are reclaimed wood in wire brushed oak-painted/glazed. The countertops are Quartzite. 

The dining table is from Brownstone Furniture, while the chairs are Benchmade by Brownstone. The light fixture was hand-crafted from driftwood with hand-made metal fixtures.

The staircase railing was designed and fabricated by Mountain Forge to appear like salvaged parts from a John Deer tractor. The railing is painted in ‘faded’ hues to appear aged and abandoned.

The cabinets are made from reclaimed wood.

The sofa is covered in custom upholstery from Brownstone Furniture. The flooring is the Heritage Timber Collection from Duchateau.

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