Chalk Hill Off-Grid CabinRustic Living Room, Sacramento

This simple, straw-bale volume opens to a south-facing terrace, connecting it to the forest glade, and a more intimate queen bed sized sleeping bay.

© Eric Millette Photography

This is an example of a small country open concept living room in Sacramento with orange walls, no tv, a wood stove and concrete floors. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Liz Durnan added this to 11 Reasons to Live in a House of Straw14 February 2015

10. And beautiful deep windowsThe deep window recesses that can be built into a strawbale house “create a unique aesthetic,” according to Brennan.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Meg Bowman added this to Bowman Kitchen23 February 2021

Natural wood window seat? Could match with some wood shelves? Option instead of boxing in with panels in front?

harvillm added this to Rustic off-grid1 August 2020

Corner windows, bed platform with storage under

Mark4star1 . added this to Concret22 June 2020

straw bale but a similar earthy finish or color could be applied to concrete walls

HU-615070875 added this to Living Room/Wood Stove10 June 2020

I think I like something like this for a sunroom or bathroom.

pickettstreet added this to Borgnis Family Room27 January 2020

So...not quite this rustic, but could do just really simple leg (maybe event set back in the middle) and a concealed bracket underneath that goes around on all 3 sides.

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