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 The longhorns over the fireplace are made with Sculpey clay and wire. 

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I just love how leaving the interior walls 'raw' it looks like shiplap! 

It also makes me kinda laugh because I am currently working on a house that I am doing everything in my arsenal to cover up those type of walls!!  :D 

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I love the rustic comfort vibe - all of your work is so consistent - it's awesome!! What a great complete look!! Wow! You really made the raw walls work.

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I pretty much knew that most people weren't going to like the natural wood walls since most of us try to cover it all up with paint, texture, wallpaper.  But I happen to really like natural wood.  And yet since I knew I wanted it well lit and the copper tape was going to run across floors I didn't do wood floors - I just 'carpeted' most of it with Faux Suede fabric from my local fabric store. 

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You do natural wood really - really well and the faux suede flooring is a clever idea.  The tone on tone effect is sophisticated.  Curious word for a cabin I know, but there is a rustic elegance to this living room..  

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The only room I did NOT use the faux suede in is the bathroom - that floor is covered with an upholstery fabric that I had on hand.  I know there's a crease in it that I need to fix (probably by tossing it in the dryer for a few minutes.  I was just anxious to see everything set inside.

  That faux suede is a high-quality one and what's interesting is that it tends to kind of 'stick' to the floors underneath without even using the double-sided tape on the edges.  Kind of bizarre that it won't move all on its own (although I did put the double-sided tape underneath all of it.

  I have to use flooring that can come up since I've laid all the copper tape lines across the floors. 

  The flooring in the kitchen is another upholstery fabric that I had on hand but I actually kind of like the pattern to it.

  Thanks for looking at it.

Pat

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