The homeowners wanted a space that would be a relaxing getaway from their everyday lives, so designers created a sitting room in the master suite. Their sitting room is a private, simple space with elegant furniture; a perfect place to have coffee in the morning or a nightcap in the evening.
In this bedroom space, designers wanted to keep the space feeling clean and bright like the rest of the home, so they kept the color palette neutral and warm with a subtle, gray and white look. For a little extra comfort, a sitting area was added to the room and is separated from the main bedroom space by a curtain that adds privacy to both spaces.
A hand-knotted rug, inspired by the design of old garden gates and damask prints, anchors the master bedroom's private sitting room and pairs well with the room's diverse collection of upholstery fabrics.
The master bedroom comes with its own private sitting room, balcony and queen-sized bed positioned on an axis with the master bathroom. French doors open out to the 14' x 9' balcony, which boasts beautiful views to the southeast.
This home's second-floor master bedroom is designed as a retreat from busy gathering spaces, with its own private sitting room, balcony and queen-sized bed positioned on an axis with the master bathroom. A gilded, European-style chandelier creates a dramatic focal point.
This turn-of-the-century home is full of vintage charms, but the layout of the master bedroom was incredibly limiting. French doors used to be in the center of the entrance wall, which jammed up the room, causing all who entered to run straight into the bed. To solve this problem, the French doors have been moved to the corner of the room. The original hardwood floors and trim have been refinished and given a fresh coat of paint. A balcony was added to connect to a newly renovated private sitting room for the couple. A new navy, upholstered king sized bed was added to give the space a luxurious feel, as well as a luxurious area rug and bench at the foot of the bed.
With a spacious layout and multiple sitting areas, this neutral contemporary bedroom is the private retreat dreams are made of. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the room with natural light while offering expansive views.
The sitting room just off the master suite gives the homeowners a cozy, private space to entertain, separate from the master bedroom. The area has a magnificent view of the property as well as balcony access.
This sitting area on the second floor of the Cashiers Designer Showhouse offers the opportunity for getting work done in a private nook, but also entertaining with seating on one side and a bar on the other. Making rooms multi-purpose means every section of your home is used advantageously.
Overlooking the couple's private access to the ocean, designers created a sunroom that could be used all year long. Large windows all around the room allow the view to pour into the space, giving the homeowners and guests the feeling that they are on the ocean, even when they are sitting indoors.
This rustic sitting area features timbered walls and broad windows that offer a view of the gorgeous Wyoming countryside. A comfortable blue sofa adds a pop of color, while artwork gives a nod to the surrounding wildlife while bringing a touch of whimsy. A doorway opens to a wide wood deck, giving the room's occupants a private spot to hang out and enjoy the view.
Inspired by Marsala, Pantone’s color of the year, designer Jeff Schlarb chose a rich wine color as a theme for the Pent Room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 and worked it in to every detail of the space, from the walls, to the nailhead trim on the tailored sofa. This sitting area allows for private conversation removed from the activity of the pool table and bar.
This long master bedroom serves many functions for the homeowners. A fully retractable fourth wall reveals access to the homeowners' semi-private patio; a bed with plush bed linens completes the relaxation space. For a sitting area, designers brought in a gray, Contemporary sofa and clear coffee table to add a place to enjoy a good book, while a wood, Midcentury Modern desk adds an office space to the room.
This master suite is full of luxurious touches including a tufted headboard and a private television nook for the couple. The sitting area in the corner of the room is no exception. The large windows that line the room give the reading nook plenty of natural light. The floor lamp helps to give light to the space, while the end table makes for a cozy place to set a cup of tea while readers enjoy their books.
The Pebble Tek pool and infinity spa overlook breathtaking ocean vistas to the Southeast and the Santa Ynez mountains to the North.In the main house, richly colored walls line the sensational master suite, with a sitting area or office and elegant bathroom. A second bedroom suite opens to a large, private patio and secondary lap pool, creating the perfect retreat for family or guests. Perched for ocean views, a second level loft-style office opens to a private rooftop deck.A detached one-bedroom suite with a fireplace and full bathroom has direct access to the main pool area, and attaches to a generous laundry room. A second, detached affords privacy yet proximity to the main house. Beautifully appointed, the one-bedroom suite includes a kitchenette, full bathroom and private patio. This Montecito compound affords plentiful space for both family and guests.Built in 1967.5,431 approximate square feet.Architectural style: ContemporaryProperty features: 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms and 1 Partial Baths.