Designed by award-winning architect George Suyama, this 7,000-square-foot home embraces nature as well as simple linear architecture. Set on the banks of the Ruby River, which is considered one of the best fly-fishing rivers in the contiguous United States, the home has 3,000 square feet of infinity deck that seamlessly blends it with the surrounding water.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson created a cozy, relaxing corner in this spa bathroom with a sleek soaking tub and built-in ledge perfect for holding candles or a glass of wine. A small, linear gallery wall adds color to the monochromatic space and boosts the room's spa-like ambiance.
The remodeled dining area -- in warm wood tones, muted gray-greens and charcoal -- exemplifies the casual, comfortable vibe the Kitchen Cousins were going for with this renovation. To add historic character to the dining room, stamped-tin tiles were installed on the ceiling. The tiles are in varied patterns alternating between linear, medallion and floral designs. An impressive chandelier adds a touch of elegance to the space.
This view of the master bath shower shows the detail and thought put into the design. The vertical accent tile adds interest to the shower walls, while the water activated LED-lit linear shower drain is a fun feature. The small custom niches offer a spot to rest your foot while trying to shave, and the digital spa controls are perfect to complete that spa-like feel.
One of the first things you notice in this streamlined, modern kitchen is how designer Angelica Henry used light to dramatize the look. Linear overhead LED fixtures span the center of the space, while rounded recessed lighting was laid in a line underneath the soffit. Work lighting and the light-colored tile floor also give the room a radiant glow.
Obviously, designer Angelica Henry zeroed in on color and shape when streamlining the look of this modern kitchen. By using a black and white color palette with stainless steel accents, she created a simple cohesiveness in the room and amplified its linear structure. The slightly glossy finishes on the countertops, backsplash and stainless steel selections work with her lighting plan for a high-tech, polished presentation.
A sloped shower floor and linear drain system eliminates the need for a shower door, creating universal access and a feeling of openness. The plank tile is continued vertically up the rear shower wall, while the other walls are tiled in iridescent white porcelain for maximum reflection of natural light. Because the window offers spectacular city skyline views, a curtain of beaded crystal is hung to create a permeable layer of privacy and to represent falling beads of water. Living orchids decorate the shower wall to complete the serene, spa-like design.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this chic bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with sleek modern hardware and plenty of extra storage. At the far end of this spa bathroom sits a cozy soaking tub with a built-in ledge perfect for holding candles or a glass of wine. A small, linear gallery wall adds color to the monochromatic space and boosts the room's spa-like ambiance.