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Into the Wood

“RECLAIMED MATERIALS and inherent history,” architect John Lauman of JLF Architects says. In a kitchen of his design in Jackson, Wyoming, reclaimed oak cabinets and hand-hewn ceiling timbers imbue the light-filled contemporary space with cabin-like nostalgia (see page 76). It’s one of several rooms we were drawn to as we considered the knottier and grainier textures currently taking root in mainstream interior design.

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