The decor at the ranch was simple and beautiful. I especially loved this seating area in the ranch house, the sections of stacked of logs surrounding the roaring fire made the room feel so cozy.
The stark white walls were accented with marvelous re-claimed treasures, like these doors and pots.
The floors were all made of wood from old scaffolding.
The exterior of the ranch house was a simple stone with a terra cotta roof.
|Reclaimed doors, the ranch house Live Oak Ranch, Malibu|
This beautifully worn stone bowl was bolted to the wall to create a stunning bathroom sink.
They bought this used chain at a local ship yard and used it in the gas fire. What a creative alternative to faux logs.
You could tell these baskets were well used for years, probably in some faraway fields. Now, they can rest on the walls of the ranch, what rustic beauties.
Modern touches were blended in with the rustic. Don’t you love these honeycomb, tasseled hand towels? They are from West Elm, and they monogram, here is a link.
With their moderate weather, indoor~outdoor spaces were plentiful.
This open sided space was the foot~taping, water filling space in the mornings.
What a lovely, lush location for lunching, don’t you think??