From behind the island, one can see the rest of this outdoor kitchen's amenities, which include a working sink, a trash compactor and even a mini refrigerator. Thanks to its stone design, this feature also complements the gazebo's columns.
Wood inlays in the floor of this impressive foyer create a seamless transition between the sweeping stone staircase and the hardwood floor of the living room. White columns add to the grandeur of the space.
From the moment you step in the front door, designer Kristina Wolf played up the home's dominant Craftsman features. White interior columns and wide molding stand out against the powdery blue walls in the foyer.
The garden at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 leads to a final vignette, designed by Kate Webster and Thayer Hopkins, to inspire and encourage reflection. A brick path draws the eye toward the abstract, mirrored sculpture that reflects light and creates the illusion that the pillars are also decorated with the flowers.
Neutral tile floors carry throughout the open design of this entertainment room. Textured columns create a separation for the media area while still keeping the room open and cohesive. Mounted sconces brighten the columns, creating an inviting atmosphere.
The column in this kitchen could not be moved as it was a critical support element. So, to help it more harmoniously fit into the space, the designer wrapped the column in the same veneer as the cabinets.