Grace meets space when salvaged materials cohabit with modern surfaces and outside-the-box architecture.
A study in elegant simplicity, this kitchen incorporates farmhouse planked floors, simple cabinets with early 20th-century hardware, and recycled vigas to suggest an era gone by. The monochromatic color scheme enhances the natural elements of wood and stone. In the dining room, a plastered corner fireplace with a primitive wooden beam mantle carries on the New Mexican spirit, while the rustic harvest dining table extends the theme of the country kitchen.
The punched tin refrigerator and cabinet doors neatly bridge traditional craftwork and contemporary tastes for stainless steel and high-gloss surfaces. The exterior doors open and fold back to create a free-floating indoor/outdoor dining area.