Natural wood and organic textures are a big interior design trend that never goes out of fashion. And that’s why people love incorporating rustic wooden details in their homes. You may have seen multiple houses with classy wooden interiors but no one would come closer to this Oregon home that is ridiculously beautiful.
Located in the foothills of Ashland, Oregon, this 8,880-square-feet family residence spans across two levels. It looks pretty simple at first but includes plenty of eco-friendly features, making it a perfect haven for those having a deep fancy for fairytales.
The two-story home was custom-built by Oregon artist and developer Ed Bemis with the help of local artists. You will be amazed after entering inside as it feels like a wildlife sanctuary. From furniture and staircase to wall decorations, there is intricate use of wood in all living spaces.
At the entrance, the arched front doors framed with intricate copper tree sculptures welcome the residents. Inspired by a traditional native American theme, the doors have carvings of local animals including salmon, coyotes, and eagles.
After entering inside this two-bedroom, four-bathroom house, you’ll find a one-of-a-kind foyer, custom-designed hardwood floor that looks like flowing water, and a beautiful ceiling tiled in blue stone to replicate the color of the open sky.
One can find natural materials like stones and tree branches playing a part in the interior design of the home. There is even furniture with live edge trees in their base.
The kitchen has wooden cabinets and an oversized island supported by natural Manzanita tree trunks. In the living room, there is a stylish wood-burning fireplace inlaid with a glass mosaic of two dragons with intertwined bodies, creating the shape of a heart.
The master suite is accessed through a huge staircase with tree branches making for its handrails. The bedroom has a wooden ceiling and large windows in the shape of windswept pine and spruce trees to offer incredible outdoor views. Furthermore, the house employs eco-friendly features including a geothermally heated floor.
Built in 2002, this Pueblo-style home is made to honor the beauty of the surrounding landscape and function in harmony with nature. It is currently up for grabs for a whopping $5.8 million on Zillow. Any takers there?