Monday, July 6, 2009

Big Fork, Montana guest house

The outdoor "living room" at this Montana guest house is bigger than the indoor living room. That's my kind of place. The house was built using a lot of reclaimed material.

I could sit for hours on this porch.

Followed by hours on this daybed by the fireplace.

And here's a fun detail that shows how you can salvage just about anything. These wood baseboards come from an old corral. Anyone who's ever had a horse will recognize the half moon shapes in the top of the wood caused by a bored horse spending hours chewing on the boards. What a clever use of them!

From Mountain Living.


  1. What a great place! And I am in LOVE with the baseboard. Ingenious!

  2. i love rooms like this... and the baseboards are so clever~


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