Ranch Manor with Rustic Wood Finish

dining room Ranch Manor
back of Ranch Manor
pool view
windows and timber frames
kitchen, Ranch Manor
entrance
stair detail
design detail
steel and timber integration

Ranch Manor with Rustic Wood Finish

Built on a historical ranch property in the British Columbia Interior, our greatest challenge

with this home was maintaining the time-honored feel and visual elements of a manor, while integrating contemporary design to deliver optimum structural integrity. Techniques for creating a distressed wood finish included corn blasting and applying a vinegar-copper solution. Historical ranch brands called ‘walking man” and the ‘cat’s eye’ were also incorporated into the design finishes. Daizen partnered with Nicola Log Works on this extensive project, which involved additional customization including curved timbers in the entryway and hallways that featured wood grain elements aligned with the truss and bridge between two buildings on the property.

Notable

Incorporated patina wood finish and custom steel brackets and accents to characterize a ranch manor from 100 years before.

Completed

2009

Designer

Smith Co. Ltd.

Contractor

Mibroc Construction

Volume

36,000 board feet

Material

Select structural Douglas fir, radio frequency kiln dried