A bronze framed mirror and rustic ladder sit on the master bedroom walls in this view looking towards the master bath and master closet. Together the three spaces create a tranquil private retreat away from the rest of the home.
Our backyard is precipitously sloped so until we decide to invest major green in terracing and remedying that problem, our deck and screened-in porch are our primary backyard destinations. My collection of Skotch Koolers do double duty as a side table in the space.
Homeowner, Gail Goodwin, helped designed the cantilevered first-floor bedroom to feel like a cozy nest perched among the treetops. Sumptuous linens and throw pillows create a luxurious haven for rest after a day on the slopes. Beautifully crafted multipanel barn doors slide across the space for added privacy.
Three tall windows with black painted grids offer contrast for the neutral walls and bring lots of natural light into this multi-functional guest bedroom, with space for reading, relaxing and enjoying a good night’s sleep.
A twin over full bunk bed in a mix of rustic wood and iron brings mountain style to the design of this space. Mixing and matching pillows in neutral tones against brown plaid blankets nod to western style without feeling kitschy.
The profile of this Midcentury sofa was purposely kept low to encourage unobstructed views out the surrounding windows. The space encourages relaxation with plenty of space to read or just take in the views.
This Cape Cod living room is layered with neutral colors, spinning a fresh take on coastal style. Dual glass doors open to reveal outdoor living areas, which expand the living room's square footage during warm-weather months.
San Francisco's Museum of Ice Cream grew out of founder Maryellis Bunn's childhood desire to jump into a pool of ice cream sprinkles. At this very photogenic location, you can do just that, along with eat ice cream samples, experience limited-run exhibitions and take plenty of photos bathed in the spot's pink glow and wacky design.