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10 Favorites: Warm Wood from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

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10 Favorites: Warm Wood from Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

April 11, 2014

We think most things look–and feel–better once they’re worn in, wood included. Here are 10 favorite spaces with wood that flaunts the lived-in look, some of it centuries old, some brand nnew.

For more work by our member architects and designers, visit the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

700 elizabeth roberts fort greene living room with worn wood floors

Above: Elizabeth Roberts Design installed new white oak floors throughout this duplex renovation in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The muted color pairs well with the townhouse’s historic features.

700 liddicot   goldhill living room with worn wood floors cropped

Above: Architects Liddicoat & Goldhill remodeled this 19th-century terraced house in London for an avid collector of vintage and reclaimed materials. The designers created a palette based on the client’s antiques and the house’s wood-paneled shutters and other original woodwork. Photo by Tom Gildon.

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Above: A sunken living and dining room in a three-story New York City townhouse remodeled by Leone Design Studio.

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Above: Architect Steven Harris preserved the stone walls and ceiling timbers in his renovation of a 15th century house–his own–located off Croatia’s Dalmation Coast.

700 wettling architects loft with thick wood beams

Above: Hundred-year-old beams and Wishbone chairs in a Tribeca loft by Wettling Architects.

700 magness interiors buffet credenza with antiques

Above: A credenza set for serving in the home of Santa Barbara-based Carole Magness of Magness Interiors. The designer’s home, a 1919 farmhouse, was designed by Wallace Neff.

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Above: Deborah Berke & Partners retained the brick walls and worn wood floors of this NYC bachelor’s loft and introduced large pieces of custom furniture for flexible living.

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Above: This Hudson Valley farmhouse by architect James Dixon sports wood of various patinas alongside freshly painted yellow dining chairs.

700 elizabeth roberts brooklyn heights home with worn wood table

Above: A mix of old and new in a Brooklyn Heights loft remodel by Elizabeth Roberts Design: a long reclaimed wood table and new open kitchen for a couple who love to entertain. 

700 nick noyes 20th street residence with artwork and warm wood

Above: Golden wood and gilded frames warm this open kitchen and dining remodeled by SF-based Nick Noyes Architecture.

Get even cozier with 691 images of Rooms with Rugs and 6,000-plus images of Inventive Uses of Wood in our gallery of rooms and spaces. On Gardenista, have a look at 10 Summer Cabins by Members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on March 9, 2013 as part of our Japonesque issue.

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