Outdoorsy, cabin-esque living hardly evokes imagery of modern living (I think animal skin rugs, Lincoln log paneling and dusty knick-knacks, at best). I think that’s why I was so enamored with this recent project from our trade partner Jordan Iverson, where he managed to merge his contemporary talents with a woodsy wonder in Eugene, Oregon. The property has a natural rustic makeup, surrounded by tall trees and with enviable, endless views, but sharp lines on the outside and modern, minimal finishes on the inside gives the project an eclectic edge.
Most of the home’s light fixtures are from ET2 Lighting, save for two fixtures Iverson designed himself: A cluster of exposed pendants on red cords in the dining space and two caged wall sconces that perfectly bookend the fireplace and TV set up:
Even though the interior has a modern sensibility about it, the bucolic setting shines through in small touches like the reclaimed wood wall, fireplaces throughout and dark wood cabinetry. Big, glorious windows bring the outside in with fresh-feeling views of Eugene’s scenery.
For more on the 1151 Crenshaw Project, check out Jordan’s website.