The peeks of container throughout the home are a nod to its signature architectural detail. Bringing the outdoors in was also important to the homeowners and the designers were able to harvest trees from the property to use throughout the home. Natural light pours into the home during the day from the many purposefully positioned windows, but the LED accents and extraordinary hand-made fixtures sprinkled throughout act as art pieces and set the retreat aglow in the evening hours. Moving right through to the home’s open living and kitchen area allows for easy entertaining.

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cousindougal added this to Lodge/Cabin Ideas16 September 2020

A/C duct like this but in Black

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Metal chairs (with leather seats)

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Blended Fridge Corragted wall clean finsh

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White background with silver accents I like the idea - still light, but great with black and greys

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container home. not bad, dont like the dreary look inside- not alot of natural light. That said, i think it appears narrow. Dont like the parts of the container on the walls.

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