This room needs no other art than the view of the water out the large window. Connected to the outdoors as well as the interior of the house, the master suite was deliberately designed to take advantage of the view, with both doors on either side of the bed. Hardwood floors and neutral tones let the scenery take center stage.
Large floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of the city skyline and allow tons of natural light to flood into the room. Situated around a round tripod coffee table, tufted green chairs add a pop of color to this neutral space.
It was important to the homeowners that their spaces flowed and spoke to one another in a monochromatic and organic way. Designer Debbie Perez did this by keeping a simplistic color palette, not allowing any one piece to enter this space unless it was white, gray or brown.
Large pocket doors allow for fresh air and sunlight to enhance the enclosed spa during optimal weather months. The doors provide shelter when closed during adverse conditions, allowing the homeowners use of the spa any day –anytime.
This stately living area is both music room and sitting area, with rich architectural detail and huge picture windows that provide breathtaking views of the lushly landscaped pool and courtyard. An elaborate chandelier hangs from the detailed tray ceiling, while a massive fireplace adds warmth to the space.
This traditional white kitchen mixes industrial-style blue tile backsplash and pendant lights together to create a tranquil updated environment. The marble top island provides extra workspace and room for casual dining. The picture window allows for plenty of natural light while the white farmhouse sink brings rustic charm to the space.
This is a modern home on a private estate located at Seven Canyons of Sedona, Arizona. The space is created to fit the natural beauty of the site with large picture windows that help integrate the interior with the outdoors. The design offers an environment that incorporates natural materials. An expansive patio lounge and pool with stone and water features creates ample space for entertaining and enjoying cool summer evenings under the stars.
This casual dining room makes the most of the natural light and outdoor surroundings. The mission style dining room set blends with the custom woodwork, a staple in craftsman design. The wood molding details and furnishings make the window views a focal point in the space.
Leather-upholstered furniture provides an attractive-yet-durable option for family rooms. This comfortable living space also includes a wide-screen TV for movie nights and a large picture window and a telescope for use to enjoy the view.
The architectural elements in this dining room result in a more modern take on a traditional design. Floor-to-ceiling curtains flank a contemporary-style picture window while a classic chandelier is suspended from an updated version of a tray ceiling. Paint colors on both the walls and ceiling also play into the present-day design sense.