Up to the loft
The "stone" wall isn't really stone. I painted it with acrylics and a little drywall mud for texture. The plant hanging on the far right is also painted.
The knotty pine cabinets came from a yard sale. I stripped off the paint, sanded them down to the bare wood and stained them. I didn't like the bare wall over the stove, so I painted a "window with a view" on it.
The floor was originally red quarry tile. I didn't like the color, so I painted it to look like stone.
The Great Room
On the lower left, you can see part of the fountain, which I built from leftover logs and stone. I rescued the antique French Doors from a dumpster, stripped off the white paint, replaced a pane of glass and stained them.
The Great Room - another view
The chandeliers (one in the dining area, too) are porcelain
which I bought at a thrift store for $10.00, then I re-wired them.
The Dining Area
The willow twig bar stools were made by a friend in Cedaredge, CO.
The "view" in the window is actually a pair of venetian blinds that I painted.
The sink base is an old commode. I cut a hole in the top for the sink and faucets. The other cabinets came from the old house on the property.