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Trending on Remodelista: How to Be One With Nature

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Trending on Remodelista: How to Be One With Nature

January 24, 2020

It was California Week over on Remodelista, and that translated into a plethora of stories on architecture and interiors that beautifully bring the outdoors in. Here are some favorite examples:

At Joshua Tree Folly, a little guesthouse off the beaten path in Southern California, an open-air bedroom awaits. Photograph by Sam Frost via Cohesion Studio, from Desert Dream: An Architect-Designed, Off-the Grid Cabin in Joshua Tree.
Above: At Joshua Tree Folly, a little guesthouse off the beaten path in Southern California, an open-air bedroom awaits. Photograph by Sam Frost via Cohesion Studio, from Desert Dream: An Architect-Designed, Off-the Grid Cabin in Joshua Tree.
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Above: One of Remodelista’s founding editors recently bought a home in Napa that feels like you’re in the woods—even when indoors. Photograph by Daniel Bernauer, from The Midcentury Petal House: Remodelista Co-Founder Janet Hall at Home in Napa.
At Radhaus, a newish beer hall in San Francisco, &#8
Above: At Radhaus, a newish beer hall in San Francisco, “the main drama comes courtesy of two sustainably salvaged ponderosa pines, which were hewn by wood maestro Evan Shively to create a massive bar, communal bench, and dining tables,” writes Julie. Photography by Matthew Millman via Radhaus and Envelope A+D, from Radhaus: A Bavarian-Inspired Beer Hall in San Francisco.
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Above: Druid’s Hall, near Point Reyes, is a thoroughly unique inn that reveres nature as much as the building’s original occupants. Photograph via Druid’s Hall, from Druid’s Hall: A Nature-Worshipping Guesthouse in Northern California.
Natural materials—like unvarnished brass, white oak, and grasscloth on the walls—lend an organic feel to Studio Shamshiri&#8
Above: Natural materials—like unvarnished brass, white oak, and grasscloth on the walls—lend an organic feel to Studio Shamshiri’s overhaul of a mid-century beauty. Photograph by Yoshihiro Makino, from Ranch Redux: A New Life for a Mid-Century Gem in San Diego, Courtesy of Studio Shamshiri.

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