Home Tour Friday is upon us!
Today we’re traveling to Malvern, Ohio to see a gorgeous home created from reclaimed barnstone and hardwood from area antique barns and old-growth forests.
Isn’t this detail in the wood gorgeous? The roof is made from reclaimed slate tiles from 5 area barns, each weighing 9 pounds. The entire roof weighs in at 80,000 pounds!
Make sure you get a good look at the sign affixed to the cross-beam: REDUCE*REUSE*RECYCLE. This entire house exemplifies this charge. The cabinets are resawn from old beams of Antique Hickory. Counters are soapstone quarried in the Carolinas.
The rich detail in the reclaimed wood creates a cozy and warm feel. Gorgeous flow for entertaining too.
I love the ceiling beams and those wide planks!
Hello Great Room! Soaring ceilings, roaring fires, beautiful view.
Another look. Love the classic simplicity of this room.
Check out these hand-hewn beams. This room overlooks the Great Room. I envision curling up on this comfy sofa with a good book.
Love the open beams in this bedroom. I know I keep harping on this, but these floors are just gorgeous.
This is the bedroom of the 12-year old (sorry, he’s too old to be called an adorable. I need a new moniker for the elder kiddo crowd). The shark is pretty killer. We have a hunter here with the pelts hanging from the rafters. I think this is an awesome room.
This beautiful home is the work of Tommy Sancic, founder and owner of Olde Wood Limited, skilled maker of reclaimed and hand-crafted wood plank flooring. I’m thinking he’s a master.
Thank you for the tour!
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