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Call of the Wild

Built in the footprint of a classic Western lodge, a California hideaway gets style and substance from wood, stone, and metal details.


GAP Interiors/Mark Lohman

Feature No:   5122 

Qty of Images:    16 


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When they were planning on building a getaway house in the woods, Sarah and Darius Anderson looked no further than the California town of Kenwood in eastern Sonoma County. Seeking the best of both worlds, they bought a 75-acre property that offers backcountry seclusion and rugged valley vistas. 'We wanted to build a home in the style of the author Jack London's Wolf Lodge,' explains Sarah. They also took inspiration from London's own words. He wrote that a house must be 'honest in construction, material, and appearance.' To fulfill that vision, the couple worked with only basic, natural, and indigenous materials: chunks of local fieldstone, terracotta tile for the roof, locally sourced wood, antique stone hearths, and boulders to decorate the exteriors. Only authentic pieces and objects that celebrate nature or are in some way tied to the land decorate the rooms.



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