The homeowners wanted a space that would be a relaxing getaway from their everyday lives, so designers created a sitting room in the master suite. Their sitting room is a private, simple space with elegant furniture; a perfect place to have coffee in the morning or a nightcap in the evening.
This sunken wine cellar is a completely hidden room that can't be seen from anywhere within the home — large wooden bookcases in the hallway conceal it. Once the homeowners invite you in, the curved steps leading down into the room will keep you in suspense until you come around the corner. What a nice surprise!
In this bedroom space, designers wanted to keep the space feeling clean and bright like the rest of the home, so they kept the color palette neutral and warm with a subtle, gray and white look. For a little extra comfort, a sitting area was added to the room and is separated from the main bedroom space by a curtain that adds privacy to both spaces.
This sunken bar is a completely hidden room that can't be seen from anywhere within the home. The secret space is concealed by bookcases in the hallway. Contemporary touches spice up the room's stunning Old World design.
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.
Stone walls, a whimsical wood balcony and an elaborate Peter Rabbit-inspired mural make this California kids' room an fairy tale-style retreat fit for a little prince or princess. Grass-colored carpet and 3-D greenery heighten the room's effect, while twin beds seem appear to be built into the architecture.
A hand-knotted rug, inspired by the design of old garden gates and damask prints, anchors the master bedroom's private sitting room and pairs well with the room's diverse collection of upholstery fabrics.
The bedrooms in the main residence overlook the gardens and lagoon. Guests have a private, two-room suite separate from the main house that is attached by a breezeway and accessible via a private staircase.
At this luxury property in Miami, an underdeck area becomes an exclusive private dining room while maintaining a casual informality through an appealing mix of wicker, wood, potted plants and brick flooring in the design.
To welcome guests into this newly redesigned home, a low-walled courtyard transformed what was once a stark patch of gravel into an inviting, semi-private outdoor room with soft lighting to illuminate the space at night.
The master bedroom comes with its own private sitting room, balcony and queen-sized bed positioned on an axis with the master bathroom. French doors open out to the 14' x 9' balcony, which boasts beautiful views to the southeast.