Cabin in the Woods

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With rustic design soaring to new heights, Ralph Kylloe again sets out on a journey of exploration and seeks out original awe-inspiring rustic homes in his newest book, Cabin in the Woods.

Both functional and aesthetically pleasing, each home in this extensive collection was handpicked for its beauty as well as its creative use of recycled materials. The homes are profound statements of ingenuity that honors the abundance of nature. Often called objects of art, these homes are ...

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Overview

With rustic design soaring to new heights, Ralph Kylloe again sets out on a journey of exploration and seeks out original awe-inspiring rustic homes in his newest book, Cabin in the Woods.

Both functional and aesthetically pleasing, each home in this extensive collection was handpicked for its beauty as well as its creative use of recycled materials. The homes are profound statements of ingenuity that honors the abundance of nature. Often called objects of art, these homes are also filled with extraordinary rustic objects that complement their overall design. Recognizably the leading authority on rustic design, Kylloe presents each home in glorious photography that reveals the heart and sole of its materials and setting and the families who live there. He teaches us that the homes are not just structures; rather, they are living, breathing entities that help to make the world a better place.

Ralph Kylloe received his Ed.D. from Boston University and has taught at the university level for many years. He is a leading authority on rustic furniture and owner of the Ralph Kylloe Gallery at Lake George in New York's Adirondack Mountains. He is the author of eighteen previous books, including Cabins and Camps, Rustic Artistry for the Home, Rustic Traditions, Cabin Collectibles, and The Rustic Cabin.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423602002
  • Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
  • Publication date: 8/7/2007
  • Pages: 144
  • Sales rank: 462,747
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Meet the Author

Ralph Kylloe received his EdD from Boston University and has taught at the university level for many years. He is a leading authority on rustic furniture and owner of the aplh Kylloe Gallery at Lake George in New York's Adirondack Mountains. His previous books include Fishing Camps, Rustic Architecture and Design, and Cabins & Camps.

Ralph Kylloe received his EdD from Boston University and has taught at the university level for many years. He is a leading authority on rustic furniture and owner of the aplh Kylloe Gallery at Lake George in New York's Adirondack Mountains. His previous books include Fishing Camps, Rustic Architecture and Design, and Cabins & Camps.

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This is my nineteenth book. Some people build homes or rustic furniture. Others act a legal counsel or invest other people's money. Still others practice medicine or drive trucks. I write books and make photographs. I love what I do: document and record the creative work of others more talented than I. And there are hundreds of thousands of others out there who do the same thing I do. Just walk into a major bookstore sometime and you'll realize that there really are millions of books on the market today. Nonetheless, I like to think I've had an influence, albeit small, on the field of rustic furniture and design. I see all kinds of homes and all kinds of rustic furniture. At my gallery in upstate New York, budding artists stop by just about every day (at least in the summer) to show me their latest creations. And a few times a week I receive portfolios from designers and architects who would love to see their work published. Frankly, I am incredibly encouraged each time I speak with any of these people. They have the drive to create something and the courage to show their work to others, which can be very scary if you don't have your head on straight. The potential for criticism or rejection is too much for some people. At the same time, I love speaking with entry-level people and, as an educator, take a bit of pride in realizing that they came to me for advice. Some novices go on to make really great furniture. I've had the pleasure of encouraging a few dozen individuals who have created careers for themselves in the rustic furniture business.

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Table of Contents

preface 8

acknowledgments 11

introduction 13

Rocky Mountain Arts and Crafts Home 18

Paradise Valley Fire Tower 28

Paradise Valley Cabin 44

Black Butte Ranch 50

White Fish Hills 62

Domaille Residence at Yellowstone Club 96

Rock Creek Camp 112

DD Ranch 120

Copper Cabin 124

Hawk Eye Ranch 132

resources 142

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2012

    Amazing!!!:)))

    Best book i will ever read... :{D!!!!( amazing moustache face..!)

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  • Posted February 25, 2009

    Classic Ralph Kylloe

    This is one of my favorite books in the Kylloe collection. Mr. Kylloe has captured the true beauty of reclaimed materials. These are incredible, comfortable looking homes. Well done!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted September 13, 2014

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    Posted September 16, 2014

    Sa

    I guess i should go amd study or else ill fail guess ill talk to you tomarrow jacob. Nite

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    Pepper

    What is wrong?

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    Jacob

    Nite

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    Trent

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    Posted July 31, 2012

    Rosekit

    Rosekit skipped in. "Lilystar!"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    Hd

    Wildtail:*growls and mutters a curse. Leaps after the monster and runs past the other cat still seeing the monster. I chase after it for about a mile then collapse. I mutter another curse* thoughts: Why am i doing this? Shes not even my leader... oh right. Because my brother has been watching her from afar and is in love... he owes me big time. *i stand up and start walking in the direction of the monster*

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    Posted July 30, 2012

    Crevicepaw

    *slinks away*

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    Posted July 31, 2012

    Honeykit

    "I must study the Twoleg...then l shall be able to produce a plan!" I say before dashing off.

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    Posted July 30, 2012

    Whitefoot

    "Snowpaw!" she hissed. "Get back here! You're barely an apprentice! Be careful!" ~Worried Whitefoot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2012

    Creeksplash

    Gtg. Good luck Lilystar!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2012

    Twoleg

    (Snowpaw this isnt a house, its like a labrtory so there arent any chimanys. So your still outside) the dog hurdled over the small cat so it was between it and the den. He lunged at her and pinned her down ignoring the scratches. He yowles for the twoleg to hear. Inside the twoleg stood up as another she twoleg entered the room. The two exchanged words the cat couldnt understand. After a minute they both left. He came back with the metal cage he had used ealier. He tied a mesh mask over her face and said quietly "Your going to your new home Molly." Putting her inside the cage he picked it up and walked out. When he left he saw his black dog holding onto the cat. He yelled at he dog and ran over. He grabbed the cat and shooed it away. The twoleg went to his monster and the dog jumped in the back. He got in the front and put Molly next to him, still i the cage and drove away, holding onto the cage so it wouldn't jerk around. (Resut six)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2012

    Wolfpaw

    I might be sacrificing my life here but follow my lead. She runs in front of the dog and distracts it just enough so it follows her. GO AND SAVE LILYSTAR SHE CALLS BEHIND HER. Srry gtg be on tom. Morning very erly and then in mid afternoon.

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