A pecky cypress ceiling with exposed wood beams makes a striking focal point in this traditional dining room. A neutral palette and smartly chosen, minimal accessories lend a warm ambiance and make the room feel large and open.
A wall of pickled pecky cypress houses three flat-screen TVs, programmable via the home's smart tablets. A series of transom windows and the peaked ceiling, vaulted to a height of 19'8", contribute to the room's expansive presence.
The interior of this contemporary home is huge, so designers used rugs to help visually delineate dining and living areas. The pretty graphic patterns pick up the earth tones that are so lovely in the hardwood floor and cypress ceiling.
The cypress ceiling of this gorgeous living room is highlighted by the transom windows. White oak millwork encloses the TV and entertainment center and is subtle enough not to distract from the trees and views outside. The coffee table is from Room and Board with a solid pecan top.
In this smaller dining room, the owners of the Sacred Pepper wanted the space to feel like a private and intimate dining space, while still feeling connected enough to accommodate larger parties. To keep the organic feel going throughout the spaces, designers incorporated Pecky Cypress on the ceiling and the cobalt blue rug tie the main dining room and the private room together.
The design for the Sacred Pepper Bar wanted to focus on creating a timeless, classic space that expertly blends organic and modern materials to make a unique space. The serpentine banquettes, Pecky Cypress ceilings and custom branch art contributed to the organic fee to the space, while the bubble wall, agate stone bar stop and clean lines added the modern feel the owners desired. These elements combined to make a trendy, yet classy space-perfect for a night out on the town.
This custom metal structure took design inspiration from images the home owner provided of Victorian cabana structures. Clear Cypress lined ceiling, integrated speakers, wifi and accent lighting are just a few of the many features of this luxurious space.
A weathered wood farmhouse table teams with tailored upholstered wingback chairs, creating a fun juxtaposition in this breezy dining room. Graphic wallpaper adds interest on the wall, while natural wood beams turn the ceiling into a focal point in its own right. A sputnik-style chandelier with a dark bronze finish brings an additional unexpected touch.
With a private entrance from the master bedroom and office wing, this secluded living space was designed to be a retreat where the couple could unwind together. Thus, a comfortable, charcoal gray sectional gives the owners room to cuddle up or stretch out, while Pecky Cypress Beams take advantage of the high ceilings.
The windows above the area allows the natural light to flow in, while the bar details have gorgeous cobalt blue details that accentuate the agate stone bar top. To keep the design consistent throughout the restaurant, designers continued the Pecky Cypress wood on the ceiling and highlighted the cobalt blue throughout the space.