The Country Club at DC Ranch features a beautiful, rich lounge area with comfortable, neutral furniture, rustic woods and a traditional brick fireplace. Separated by curtains is the wine room with an original oil painting by local artists Sue, Jen and Doug Diehl.
Elegance meets innovation in this Vanessa DeLeon designed bedroom. A sitting area is created via a bronze curtain separator, and furnished with matching blue chair, chocolate brown sofa, and white table with a black lamp.
The grand entry highlights the gorgeous cobalt blue that is seen throughout the restaurant. The glass bubble curtain wall helps to keep the hostess stand private while still allowing guests to sneak a peak at what awaits them in the dining room. The finishing touch in the space is the custom made chandelier from Portugal that adds a little touch of pizzaz to an already elegant space.
Two separate vanities and a dressing table provide ample space for getting ready in this traditional master bathroom. Neutral tile grounds the space, while flowing curtains bring in a luxurious element.
A simple wood desk separates a pair of ornately dressed windows. The drapery fabric matches the bed canopy to unify the space while a beige armchair provides subtle contrast with a more simplified pattern.
A row of tall, thin windows allow natural light to stream into this master bedroom through open white curtains. A polished, brown stone fireplace surround provides a small separation between the reading nook and the main bedroom area. Neutral bed linens keep with the calm feel while an olive green neck roll adds a touch of color.
This elegant living room features sage green draperies, an ornate fireplace and separate seating areas. The small intricate details of the room, like the dainty mirrored tables and gold wall sconces, give the room its graceful sophistication.
Curtains are used in the wallpapered entryway as "portieres," a traditional treatment in a doorway without a door. Brad Cruickshank of Cruickshank Remodeling said the look was fitting with the 1921 home. Also, the doorway is the separation between the formal front rooms of the house and the informal portion with the family room and the kitchen.
Each of this deck's separate areas are represented through a clever mix of outdoor drapery panels, indoor-outdoor rugs and functional furniture placement. To keep everything cohesive, the same hues are used throughout, including in this outdoor living room.
Warm and textured, this eclectic living and dining room layer different styles and patterns to create a family-friendly, relaxed space. Area rugs are used to define separate seating areas, while neutral curtains soften the large, picturesque windows.