Four large structures comprise this waterfront property, with a long wooden bridge connecting the main house to two garages out back. In the distance, tall trees keep the area cool with shade and greenery.
This kitchen features cream-colored cabinetry, granite countertops and a range hood that gives a warm feeling to the space. The stainless range adds contemporary punch, and the neutral tile floor keeps this area grounded.
This living room reflects the free-spirited style of its homeowners with calming colors and a bohemian flair. A light blue midcentury modern sofa channels Mad Men, while a rustic wood coffee table keeps the area feeling casual.
A wood-floored breezeway furnished with a dining table and chairs and a coffee table and chairs offers two seating areas, one for eating and another for socializing. A stone outdoor fireplace keeps the area warm on chilly mountain nights.
This Mediterranean kitchen has wood cabinetry, granite countertops, and dark wooden ceiling beams. The distressed finish on the island gives the work space an antique look. The different neutral hues used throughout the kitchen keep the area feeling warm and inviting.
Chandeliers offer this outdoor dining space a hint of formality, while a large concrete-topped table and slipcovered chairs keep things casual and are easy to clean. A fireplace clad in Austin stone keeps the area comfortable even on chillier Texas winter nights.
A lovely outdoor dining table sits at the ready on this covered porch to offer up guests a gorgeous mountain view. The elegant wood beam ceiling and ceiling fan keeps the area shady and cool while lending to the space's rustic aesthetic.
While the kids make a splash in the pool, the adults can take their pick of several stylish chaises on the sundeck. To keep this area as light and airy as possible, the DMAR Interiors team stuck with soft gray and white furnishings.
This master closet was designed with functionality and luxury in mind. A simple white dresser provides easy storage and the glass top adds some elegance. Small decorations like a lamp, flowers and a framed photograph keep the area from looking too bland.
A custom dog crate is built into this wall of kitchen shelving. The small grated door slides up and down for easy use. Hiding it within the wall is a great way to keep the area organized and clean, while maximizing floor space.
The roof deck of this high rise building in Chicago includes an outdoor kitchen available to all the residents. Two grills make the high-demand space more practical; the designers positioned them together to keep the area less crowded when both grills are in use.
A zebra rug brings a fun element and pattern to this stylish hall. A black dresser with stainless steel handles sits in front of mirror panels on the wall creating a reflective look for the space. Cube shade sconces mounted to the mirror keep the area bright.
Any time you're setting up seating around a fire pit, it's important to ensure a fire-safe surface underfoot that can also stand up to heavy foot traffic. Keep the area covered with pea gravel which is readily available coast-to-coast, affordable and requires zero maintenance.
This bath commode area shows how wallpaper with a large pattern can be used successfully in a small space. The cool blue background and crisp white trim and floors keep the area from looking closed in; the little glass table provides an additional surface without overwhelming the space.