Home on the Range Featured on Houzz!

Houzz has quickly become the most used and well known website for interior design.  Like the Pinterest of homes, it is a way for designers to share their work and projects with other designers, and with the rest of the world.  Home on the Range has been privileged to have multiple projects featured on Houzz, and we are excited to share a few of them with you today.

So Your Style Is: Rustic

“What it is: Rustic style proves the old adage that everything comes full circle. Our pioneer ancestors would get a good laugh out of how fashionable the look is today — they probably dreamed of plastered walls instead of rough logs and carpets instead of bare plank floors. But thanks to rustic style’s unpretentious roots, organic textures and shapes, and natural warmth, it’s become as popular in the heart of the city as it is out in the woods….” click here to read the rest of the article

“Style Secret: Repurposed Objects

To a large extent, rustic style is about making do with what you have — just as it was in the old days. Found objects are key: old pails turned into sinks, wire baskets transformed into light fixtures, wooden crates reimagined as stair treads. It’s less about whimsy than about creating a sense of invention by necessity.

Inspired addition:Rustic interiors lend themselves to cross-pollination with industrial style. Feel free to take a bit of a risk with accents such as offbeat lighting, decorative displays and artwork. You can also turn to folk art. With its self-sufficient, homegrown appeal, folk art looks particularly nice in rustic rooms….” click here to read the rest of this article


Wagon Wheels Are on a Roll


“Wagon wheel chandeliers have been on the scene for some time, but this two-tier version — complete with lantern-style shades — looks especially chic. It brings down the high ceiling in this great room and enhances the Western sensibility of a Colorado mountain home…” click here to read the rest of the article

City View: Sweeping Design Soars

“I was born in the 1970s, so when I think of Denver, I think of Alexis Morrell Carrington Colby Dexter Rowan and the rest of the clan over at DynastyI also think of the opposite end of the spectrum, Outward Bound programs. Like a lot of the rest of the country, I have a view of Denver that’s all kinds of wrong. While the city and its surrounding areas are full of people who love an outdoor adventure, this doesn’t mean they don’t have style. These adventurous Coloradans draw inspiration from viewing and exploring the spectacular landscape around them, as well as from preserving it…” click here to read the rest of the article
“I believe that the biggest misconception about Denver style and the style for the surrounding mountain area is that it is very traditional and western. On the contrary, Denver is becoming well known for its cutting-edge contemporary design style, where rustic elements are often intermingled with contemporary lines and furnishings,” says Lynne Bier of Home on the Range Interiorsclick here to read the rest of the article
Don’t forget to check out Home on the Range on Houzz to see our other projects, photos, inspirations and ideabooks!


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Before and After- A Freshly Rustic Entry, Wine Bar and Family Room Remodel
March 22, 2016
Home on the Range featured on Houzz… Twice!
July 16, 2014
Rustic Wedding Decor | Home on the Range
Rustic Wedding Decor | Home on the Range
June 06, 2014
Douglas Kenyon Collection | Home on the Range
Local Spotlight: Douglas Kenyon Collection
June 04, 2014
Yellow Interior Decor | Home on the Range
Color Inspiration- Yellow
May 16, 2014
Not rustic bunk rooms
Not so Rustic Bunk Rooms
May 14, 2014
Lodge style
The Original Lodge Style Design
May 09, 2014
Teepee Interior Design
May 07, 2014
Rustic Bunk Rooms
April 30, 2014

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