Giraffe-patterned carpet adds a cheeky touch to this walk-in wardrobe. Glass-front cabinets add a polished look while allowing for an easy choice of clothing. Recessed lighting and natural light from the window ensure the space is bright for quick outfit picks.
Giraffe art hangs over this nursery's gray patterned glider rocking chair, which also has a matching ottoman as well as a furry pink throw pillow. The walls are covered in a white wallpaper with silver flecks.
This boy's nursery ditches blue for a more daring black and white color scheme. A chevron stripe throw ties to a graphic rug. A vintage armless rocking chair sits next to a five-foot tall stuffed giraffe wearing a hat and necktie.
When the owners want a little peace and quiet, they can retreat upstairs to this private balcony. Here, two lounge chairs wait at the ready for reading, napping or simply watching the sun set over the mountains.
A polished concrete platform both smooths out the grass and gives the owners room for an outdoor kitchen. Where the first island features a stainless grill and mini fridge, the second includes seats for visitors.
Following the side entry to the backyard leads guests along a narrow segmented path, at the end of which stands a bright orange sculpture. Thanks to its warm hue, the piece commands attention against the garden wall and doubles as a pretty planter.
For additional visual interest, the Landform Design Group added an accent wall to the far side of the pool. With smooth island stone and seven "scupper" fountains, the piece is both eye-catching and relaxing.
What vacation home would truly be complete without its own pool? To ensure that their clients could make a splash out back, the Landform Design Group installed a sleek swimming pool right into the ground, with turf on all sides for soft entries and exits.
Just steps away from the fire pit, two cushioned armchairs and a matching sofa layer the lounge area. With floating umbrellas overhead and a fireplace to the left, this space will stay warm long after the sun sets.
Segmented concrete pavers provide access to this section of the backyard that contains a small area of turf, a sunken trampoline and a line of Sweetgum trees. These trees provide privacy to the yard, separating it from the street, and the green space gives the kids a place to play. Finally, a sunken trampoline with six jets enhances the fun on a hot summer day.