This house's outdoor areas include a water wonderland. There's a large pool and a splash pad island, surrounded by a lazy river. Fire pots double as fountains. An arched bridge leads from the main house over the river to the splash pad.
This master suite is so spacious that there's even room for a sitting area! Here, two upholstered armchairs and a large ottoman invite the owners to put their feet up and read, while a watercolor painting and a purple throw add a splash of color.
This huge backyard was designed as an outdoor haven for multiple generations. For grandparents and moms and dads, there's a large pool and hot tub. Kids will be over the moon for the water slide, splash pad and secret cave.
A bold red chair adds a vibrant splash of life to this simple yet chic workspace. The blue desk is adorned with lovely accessories, and a framed black and white photo is mounted above, lending personality to the space.
Just a few steps from the dining area, two bright blue lounge chairs create a fun spot for sunbathing. Because they recline back, the chairs also soak up pretty views of the pool and the vast California sky overhead.
Patterned blue throw pillows add color to the contemporary gray sectional in this comfortable living space. A nesting coffee table is perfect for entertaining since it adds more surface space when needed. Abstract art on the walls make a bold statement.
Artist Erin Adams crafted the handmade, custom glass tile backplash in this transitional California kitchen. The unique vertical design and bright colors provide a strong focal point for the space and complement the homeowner's favorite art glass pieces.
A little color goes a long way in this predominantly gray dining room. Two white pendants illuminate the dining table while a pair of floor lamps flank a colorful abstract painting in vibrant oranges and blues. Staging with fresh flowers and bowls of colorful fruit bring additional splashes of color to the room.
This bathroom is chock full of custom elements, like reclaimed wood shelves that add warmth to the cool blue-and-white space. In this upstairs bath, the design team chose blue penny tile and white subway tile for the walls, a counterpart to a downstairs bath with the colors reversed.