In the kitchen of this renovated gameskeeper's cottage, standard beech-top counters from Howdens Joinery Co. are doubled up to achieve a three-inch thickness, with the rounded edges cut off.
Architect Bergendy Cooke treated the southern beech in the stairwell of this kid-friendly New Zealand home with natural oils, rather than polyurethane, to bring out the grain and warmth of the natural materials. To keep the surface visually clean and minimal, the balustrade is set into the wall, so wood wraps the stairwell from ground floor to skylight.
Fashioned from beechwood countertops that were supplied free with six kitchens worth of Ikea cabinets, a huge island is the hub of this reborn San Francisco Edwardian.
Made of stained beech wood with pulls by Mockett, the bathroom vanity at this woodland retreat in North Carolina was custom-designed by the architects.
The architects behind this tiny Slovenian home designed the dining table and added four of Voxia’s space-saving and stackable nxt chairs, which are manufactured from a single piece of compression-molded beech.