Texas is known boy being cowboy country, so it’s only right that the Cowboy Boot House be located in the Lone Star State. True to its name, this home is built in the shape of a cowboy boot. However, its design isn’t the only thing that’s unique. The materials used to build the project are also pretty interesting. According to a description of the Cowboy Boot House, materials such “as marble tile, raw wood shelves, mis-matched shiplap, and a ceiling paneled with album covers” were used. Inside, the boot features just over 700 square feet of living space which includes two bedrooms. The home is currently for rent for $1,200 a month, and whoever moves in is in for a treat. The home’s designer, Dan Phillips, is already planning to build a cowboy hat shaped home next door. Take a look at the Cowboy Boot House in Huntsville, TX by Dan Phillips.
If you’re a fan of vinyl albums, then you’ll definitely get a kick out of this room. Album covers have been used to design the ceiling, and they give the space a colorful and creative design.
This unique living room is located in the toe of the boot and features a rounded ceiling. A small fireplace adds a hint of coziness to the space.
Corrugated metal was used for the walls and ceiling in this room, and barn style design utilizes a ladder leading up to the loft space.
A curved red staircase helps people get between the levels of the house with style.
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