During construction, the design team decided to leave a portion of the raw concrete foundation wall exposed in the game room. The homeowner was attached to his pool table, despite it not really going with the modern aesthetic, so it was re-felted in black to blend better.
A large, handcrafted door makes a great first impression on visitors, as its warm design easily complements a wood accent wall. The rest of the foyer is rich with raw texture, too, like the cement console table and rock wall that extends down the hallway.
A high wood ceiling, natural rock wall and stained concrete floor create the foundation for this rustic dining room. The texture combination brings outdoorsy elements to the indoor design. An intricate antler chandelier hangs over the long wooden dining table and stained wood chairs.
A polished concrete driveway sets the tone for this mountain home, striking a beautiful balance between modern design and raw natural materials. As guests follow the limestone walkway to the front of the house, they'll spy fresh greenery, stone retaining walls and a chic wood exterior.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call, John and Anthony created a home office for the Cancer Stinks Foundation that the Tarabokia family created. The space is complete with a new desk and assembly line that is the main hub of the foundation. Orders are received on the iPad, then the boxes are sent down a metal conveyer, where they will be filled with different gifts before being shipped off to other cancer patients. This area used to be just an old desk with no light and cement walls.