Contrasting wood finishes give this office a sense of warmth while highlighting the custom spun glass rondelles set into the cabinet panels. The panels slide to the sides to conceal the bookshelves and office items and to reveal hand-turned wood pieces made by the homeowner that are displayed on the center shelves. The desk features custom-fabricated legs.
Water tumbles across a steel structure surrounding the grill and into a basin below, creating a soothing sound for the pool area. The deck is clad in Oklahoma fieldstone, helping the property to blend with its natural desert surroundings.
Rough-sawn fir planks set in a board-and-batten style clad the walls in this master bedroom. Colorful fabric panels provide a nice backdrop for the wood slab headboard. The attached sitting room enjoys sweeping views of the surrounding Arizona desert.
This double slipper copper tub takes center stage of the master bathroom with amazing views of a mountain and surrounding lands through the picture window. Antler-printed drapery panels and a pair of pendant lights soften the space.
Contrasting wood finishes give this office a sense of warmth while highlighting the custom spun glass rondelles set into the cabinet panels. The panels slide to the sides to conceal bookshelves and showcase hand-turned wood pieces made by the homeowner. A zinc panel installed behind the center shelves highlights the warm wood colors of the bowls.
Tall wood wainscoting paired with grasscloth give this den a cozy feel. Trimmed with large timbers and steel headers, the hard-edged and soft materials balance each other for a rustic and comfortable environment. The cabinet is a repurposed set of drawers paired with a custom metal base.
Rebar is highlighted as a design feature in this unique fireplace and repeated in other elements throughout the home. The lighting through the pattern casts dramatic shadows across the textured golden walls. The pocketing glass doors disappear at the touch of a button to create a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors.
In the kitchen, steel and glass upper cabinets disappear into an interior window, which allows as much light as possible into the kitchen and provide a spot to display art and dishes. Custom hardware adorns the lower cabinets and showcase a logo created just for the homeowners. Quarter-inch strips of glass were fused together to create the floating upper island top and are supported by steel hidden within the cabinets.
The kitchen appliances disappear into this custom art wall, which adds vibrant color and energy to the non-traditional kitchen. The wall is clad in reclaimed barn wood, and artist Rob Stenberg painted the design on the panels. Touch-latch cabinetry keeps the wall looking more like an art installation than kitchen cabinetry. A custom hemlock block island looks time worn and was fabricated by the homeowner.
This Southwestern-style bar showcases hair-on-hide panels as wallcovering and floating glass shelves suspended by threaded rebar rods with bolts to support the glass. The cowhides are arranged diagonally to create additional visual interest where they meet in the middle of the wall.
The colorful wallcovering, bold tile patterns and distressed wood countertop add a sense of lightheartedness to this guest bathroom. Steel I-beams separate the two sink areas for a uniquely rustic detail. A skylight above the vanity brings natural light to the space
Reclaimed barnwood, stone and zinc used on the fireplace feature wall in the family room bring together elements used throughout the home for a cohesive look. A fender in front of the fireplace provides a cozy place to sit and soak up the warmth.
A custom sawcut concrete patten throughout the main living area was painstakingly laid out to best accommodate all the angles and transitions throughout the rooms. The strong architectural lines are highlighted and enhanced by the interior details throughout every aspect of this space -- from the dramatic fireplace to the custom dining table, which was fabricated by the talented homeowner.
This style originated in the American Southwest and incorporates Native American and Spanish elements such as warm, sun-washed colors, tile, exposed ceiling beams, handcrafted items and bright woven fabrics.