Argentine Mountain Rustic

In a rugged town on the Patagonia range, Renaud and Cathi Bossert built their house with local cypress and decorated it with flea-market finds. In their pared-down space, they combine raw, utilitarian materials in a neutral palette: White-washed shiplap walls and walnut floorboards make an ideal setting for vintage pieces full of character.
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The Look
This rustic Argentine kitchen is complete with galvanized metal, hanging cookware, and vintage wooden furniture.Nathalie Krag/ Taverne Agency, Producer: Tami Christiansen
Mood Lighting
Suspending a pair of retro black enamel pendants close to the surface of a dining table creates a dramatic lighting effect.Nathalie Krag/ Taverne Agency, Producer: Tami Christiansen
Overhead Lighting
These handcrafted lights are made from hand-spun metal in Portland, Oregon. Factory Light No. 5 Rod, from $280 at Schoolhouse Electric Supply Co.
Vintage Oak Scholar's Desk
Vintage Oak Scholar's Desk
A vintage roll-top desk brings a multitasking element to a space. Solid Oak Roll-Top Vintage Scholar's Desk, $1,200 at Modern Office
Galvanized Metal Fan Hood
Galvanized Metal Fan Hood
Using inexpensive galvanized metal as a backsplash (and disguise for a hood extractor) modernizes a boho space. Canarm Galvanized Metal Fan Hood, $80 at Northern Tool
Tree stump side table
Tree Stump Side Table
These rustic side tables are made from fallen cypress trees, and therefore, each table is unique. Natural Tree Stump Side Table, $199 from West Elm
Suzanna Kasler woven baskets
Woven Baskets
Tall woven baskets are useful for storing clutter and fit in with a country vibe. Suzanne Kasler Round Market Basket, $150 for set of three at Ballard Designs
French Café Dining Chair
French Café Chairs
Classic 1930s French café chairs add eclectic charm when mixed with wooden office and folding chairs. Xavier Dining Chair, $200 at West Elm