A hefty wood dining table is the centerpiece of this Mill Valley kitchen.
A custom wooden ladder makes the sleeping loft at this Norwegian house accessible from the living room.
In this neoclassical home in Oslo, a reclaimed Indonesian hardwood slab from Buka Design + Hardwoods is the de facto coffee table.
Inside this Kansas City architecture studio, coats hang from aluminum Bjärnum hooks by Ikea above a vintage Lane coffee table.
This coastal home, designed by Australian architect John Wardle, features a custom dining table, where up to ten guests can gaze out at the Southern Ocean. The solid-oak Hiroshima chairs are by Maruni.
Architect Dan Rockhill tackled a tight budget and a steep slope to build a modern Midwest haven which features a slatted exterior screen of Cumaru wood that shields inexpensive metal siding. Although the South American hardwood was a splurge, the visual impact and overall durability looks to be worth it.