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Spectacular hammerbeam trusses provide the focal point in the 30-foot-high great room. Genuine river rock was used in the second-story portion of the dual-sided fireplace. Due to weight constraints, the chimney segment was finished with manufactured stone. Skip-peeled lodgepole pine walls and rafters are paired with SFP (spruce, fir and pine) tongue-and-groove ceilings and distressed, alternating-width Vermont white pine for a dazzling presentation. The corner cabinet is from Germany.