Vancouver, British Columbia-based studio Scott & Scott devised this rad rustic-meets-modern interior for a holiday cabin just north of the city, mixing marble countertops with Douglas Fir paneling and polished concrete floors. The resulting mix is at once warm, minimalist, and luxurious—no small feat. According to Dezeen, the firm chose the materials for the way they're expected to wear with time. They expect hewing to natural finishes will give the renovation a patina you can't get from glass, polycarbonate, and denser woods. Though open-plan kitchens (and ones with open shelving, no less) are not always our thing, we dig it here. Check it out!
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