This dramatic curved double set of steps uses a mixture of Belgard products. The Cambridge Cobble pavers have a pillow-top-like surface with a small dome effect and corners that are slightly rounded. The Anchor Diamond 9D walls by Belgard have a rough-hewn texture.
A black desk with built-in file cabinets sits beneath a window in this home office, which has a white cushioned wicker chair and a circular tan wicker chair as seating options. Pale blue ceilingsslope above the dark hardwood floor.
With sloping ceilings that reach 10 feet at their peak, this neutral master bedroom feels open and spacious. Walls painted Snowbound by Sherwin Williams reflect light and add to the room’s airy design.
This San Francisco-area street slopes down to a modern wood and glass home that's ideally suited to its site. The wood facade incorporates elements of the rugged terrain, while a stepped design takes maximum advantage of the unique lot.
The grounds of this Santa Barbara home were badly burned in the Tea Fire and needed to be redesigned. The new gardens incorporate outdoor living areas with walkways and colorful plants; the plan also reduced water usage and made the property's slopes more stable.