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This eighteenth-century Dutch homestead has a modern architect-built extension, made from Cor-Ten steel, deliberately designed to rust to a point to complement the cedar siding of the original house.
In the bathroom, Velux skylights let the light flow in while maintaining privacy. The walls are panelled with painted bead boards, made from Douglas fir, to a recessed flush dado rail with polished diamond plaster above. Victoria Plumb sells similar baths.