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At the end of this living room, a full-height library wall includes balcony access. The book-lined wall, wood ceiling, and wide-plank floor give the room visual warmth. Such a great idea for high ceiling homes to make use of that wasted space

“We chose modern pieces that had a sense of warmth, a tactile quality,” says Groves, whose challenge was “to find a way to bring a breath of modernism” to the rustic spaces. Idelle Weber’s Across the Meadow, left, and Jardin de Paris, an 1897 poster by Jules Chéret, hang in the living room. Sofa fabric, Robert Allen. Stool fabric from Dedar.

Rough hewn beams not only add structural support but provide architectural interest. Antique reclaimed hand hewn barn beams are present in 100 to 200 year old barns, where, at the time of construc.