a chandelier by Luna Bella hangs over the tree-slab dining table by All From Boats.
Scott Whitson upholstered a dining chair with found fabrics, including a used canvas truck tarp.
n industrial ironing press from an earlier era serves as a side table in the dining room and is topped with a found-object lamp
Oak Hill Iron fashioned the bathroom sink out of an antique Coca-Cola cooler. A mannequin hand holds towels for guests.
In the master bathroom, a crystal chandelier counters the rustic tub made from an old boiler tank by Oak Hill Iron.
the walk-in shower holds a driftwood bench crafted by an Outer Banks artist, along with a penguin Debra acquired at a retail job
The island anchoring the kitchen, which features custom cabinetry and metal work, was assembled by affixing an old outhouse door
Two burlap tobacco sheets serve as curtains that frame a stack of vintage suitcases.
Two plush alpaca wool chairs from Old Hickory Tannery are the focal point in the living room.
almost every door in the home is salvaged, including the arched entry that inspired the wine closet downstairs.
Downstairs, the den is a regular hangout for Debra’s teenage boys, Austin and Jordan.
The patio, which features a soaking tub, stone pizza oven, and an infinity pool, is a space for entertaining and relaxing.
Debra lived in a rancher on the same property before marrying Scott.
Lee (left) and Debra have worked as a design team for three years. The table and stools are by All From Boats, a furniture line
Lavish and rustic elements pair elegantly in the master bedroom
Many elements of Scott and Debra Whitson’s lodge-style home are reused, including the footprint.