Skis appropriate decorate the bedroom wall of this "Aprese Ski-House Treehouse," which was featured on the Animal Planet show "Treehouse Masters." Stairs lead to a sleeping loft, and a petite kitchen area includes a sink and coffee bar. The treehouse is part of a 10-acre luxury estate in Washington.
This large bedroom, which opens onto a courtyard area, includes a private eating and cooking area and bathroom. Wooden ceiling beams and blue and white details give the space a charming cottage atmosphere.
The castle's third floor was originally dedicated to the servants' quarters. Now, it's home to multiple bedrooms and bathrooms and two kitchens. The bedrooms often have access to balconies and of course, yummy landscape views.
The home is constructed in three separate wings: the main living wing which includes the entry, this lovely living room and the kitchen; a bedroom wing; and a wing with the guest quarters and additional entertaining areas.
The main floor consists of a tv lounge, kitchen, bedroom and easy access to the home's pool and bay view terrace. Only problem? Hard to concentrate on the movie when waterfront vistas stretch as far as the eye can see.
In addition to a main house with seven bedrooms and six baths, this expansive estate boasts a carriage house for guests on the edge of the property. Here, visitors can enjoy their own living room, kitchen and two bedrooms with an attached bath.
This new dining room is shown complete with new lighting and floors. The walls from the kitchen and a bedroom have been removed to create an open concept living space. A new railing separates the old entryway from the new dining area.
Designers were careful to blend the indoor and outdoor spaces by taking advantage of sight lines from the home's interior design. The plants in the front courtyard and the back yard can be seen from the living room, kitchen, bedroom and hallways. Here, a sculptural cactus provides a backdrop for art inside the home.
Designer Lisa Furey's challenge was to design and build a 690-square-foot low country cottage that would include a kitchen, laundry area, bedroom and workspace as well as outdoor space. Board and batten siding, a standing seam metal roof and board and batten composite shutters — all weather-proof choices — give the exterior a farmhouse feel.
In the bedroom, located just off the kitchen, and entire exterior wall had to be replaced due to termite damage. The completed master bedroom includes a build-out for an added closet, new drywall, new ceiling and enlarged windows.
The house has three levels overall: a living area and kitchen on the ground floor, the master bedroom on the second floor and additional bedrooms on the garden level. All floors have access to the home's equally lovely outdoor spaces.