Initially the home included a solid wall where the architectural screen wall now stands. By doing a screen wall, the team was able to expand the stairwell without impeding into the dining room space. “It’s a statement on its own,” says build manager Dan Faires. “It’s a vertical dark wood slatted wall, but it’s not heavy.”
This architectural screen wall with vertical slats of wood that have been ebonized helps define the dining room and allows light to filter in from the adjacent stairwell to the upper level of the home.
There are levels to this home's inviting outdoor spaces: Double French doors join the interior to this screen porch, big enough for a sitting area, fireplace and dining table. Exit the porch to open air terraces below.
A modern-day mansion certainly wouldn't be complete without a 40-seat 4K Dolby Atmos Theater. Before you recline your seat and watch the big screen, check out the golden mural dedicated to James Bond. Iconic.
In this living room, rustic wood paneling behind the big-screen tv mellows its impact, camouflaging it with other dark colors. A unique velvet sofa offers seating on either side, one for watching, one for entertaining.
Off the main living area is this friendly family room with a built-in entertainment center. The center's shade of blue-gray handsomely camouflages the big-screen tv and helps it from being an overwhelming presence in the space.
An oversized brown leather sofa is the perfect spot to relax and watch a movie on the big-screen TV. A sleek entertainment center provides much-needed storage, while a wooden coffee table is made more functional with moveable casters.
Soft chenille furniture and a big-screen TV make this rustic family room the perfect place to relax and take in a movie. Stained board-and-batten wainscotting warms up the space and protects the walls from bumps and stains.