This far-flung forest cabin in the Netherlands features a cedar-clad interior and retractable slats that make for a sun-drenched, cozy atmosphere.
Architect Tim Seggerman gave a cramped Manhattan apartment a much-needed overhaul that reads as a master class in finish carpentry. Along with a snug built-in library made of maple, Seggerman added an ash-and-beech staircase, white oak flooring, and cypress-and-bamboo cabinets.
When renovating a San Francisco Victorian completely gutted by a fire, architects Hulett Jones and Paul Haydu sliced some of the home's charred framing into strips and used it to line the interior walls, bringing an unexpected texture to the space.
Architect Jean-Baptiste Barache lined the elegant interior of this A-frame retreat in Normandy, France with plywood, a cheap and appealing design technique.
With its custom walnut dining table and Douglas fir walls, this remodeled 1920s Hollywood bungalow has a rugged and inviting aesthetic.
Dutch architect Felix Claus had long admired this modern Parisian pied-à-terre designed by Auguste Perret before getting the chance to help restore it. The wall-to-wall French oak paneling contrasts nicely with the calf-leather upholstered banquette original to the apartment.