There's no need for art on the walls when you have such a beautiful outside view to wake up to. This gorgeous modern bedroom takes advantage of the surrounding great outdoors with a perfectly placed picture window and clean white walls for the ideal backdrop.
Clean, sleek lines define this ultra-stylish eat-in kitchen, which features large windows, a flat-screen TV and striking marble countertops. Recessed lighting, a wood-burning over and plenty of counter space make this kitchen a cook's dream.
Large windows fill the family room with natural light and frame views of the forests and waterfalls. With a large sofa and two cushioned armchairs, the owners have plenty of space to stretch out with family and friends.
A large 4' x 6' picture window draws your eye to the view just outside this contemporary kitchen.The window is set in a slate stacked-stone accent wall, the striking interior complementing the equally striking outside view.
A spacious white sectional provides a stylish and relaxing spot to enjoy a movie or take in the stunning Beverly Hills view through a lovely picture window. A skylight above floods the space in natural light, taking advantage of the gorgeous California sunshine.
The designer of this transitional California family room reconfigured the windows and installed a large picture window in a formerly solid exterior wall. Now the homeowners have an enchanting view of their garden and crabapple tree from the family room and the adjoining kitchen.
This spacious luxury master bathroom features a large private soaking tub inside a carved-detail wood surround. Ornate columns impart a feeling of royalty while the large picture window allows for plenty of natural light and offers a relaxing view of nature. Intricate molding details coordinate well with the high-end look of the pleated window valances. White accessories and floral arrangements complete the spa-like environment while the cream cabinetry, countertop, and glass pulls of the vanity highlight the special details of the room.
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.