The strong architectural forms of this lakeside modern are the backdrop for several new outdoor spaces, such as a Zen garden, swimming pool, and entry courtyard that all compliment the house by using like materials and extending the forms into the landscape.
Every element in this modern foyer — from the frosted glass windows to the abstract statue to the architecture itself — quietly announces to guests that they are in for a treat in this gorgeous home. The rich hardwood and stacked stone add warmth to the room.
A sleek fireplace is the focal point of this chic living space that blends traditional architectural details and contemporary furnishings. The bold navy sofa and glass coffee table pairs with graphic-patterned and chrome chairs for a welcoming, comfortable seating area.
From the outside, this home communicates historically accurate New England coastal architecture, yet the sunroom appears to be enclosed by a fully glazed wall similar to those found in more modern architecture.
Modern lighting and clean, unique water features turn this pool into a focal point. A wood deck sits flush with the concrete patio and swaths of lawn, creating restful lines that work with the home's modern architecture.
A low, modern fence protects this garden from wildlife while still allowing a glimpse at what's growing inside its walls. A series of raised beds is both functional and artful. The home's stark, modern architecture forms a juxtaposition to its soft, leafy surroundings.
This modern hilltop home in Healdsburg, California, features a contemporary swimming pool nestled amidst the natural landscaping. The sleek, rectangular lines of the pool mimic the home's clean-lined modern architecture. A wide-open dining space allows the homeowners to enjoy the home's stunning views.
A two-toned gray rug defines the seating area in this modern living room designed for entertaining. Walls of windows bring in loads of natural light and emphasize the home’s modern architecture. Furniture includes versatile glass-topped tables that add to the space’s openness.
A modern sectional sofa offers a comfy spot for TV viewing in this contemporary California living room. The long glass wall, a hallmark of mid-century modern architecture, provides an expansive view of the backyard, and a two-sided fireplace gives a peek-a-boo glimpse at the dining room beyond.
Wouldn't you like to be here? Imagine kicking back on the plush white sofa (which brilliantly echoes the home's modern architecture). The airy feeling is complemented by the glass railing that enhances an uninterrupted view of the water.
A unique, pivot-style front door opens to a beautiful garden wall that highlights the coastal California foliage. Inside, a stacked stone wall echoes the wall outside, bringing the outdoors in and connecting the space to its modern architecture.