Located on the island of Kauai in Hawaii, this tropical-inspired home enjoys unobstructed views of the ocean and Poipu Kukui'ula Harbor. Board-and-batten exterior lends a coastal vibe to the space, which features covered parking and beautiful balconies.
With 545 acres, this Montana home, owned by former Metallic bassist Jason Newsted, was built in 2006 and has 360-degree views of the Bitterroot Range. The almost $5-million home was designed as a seasonal retreat with spacious bedroom, living areas and a chef's kitchen. Custom touches, like stained glass windows and exquisite woodwork are hallmarks of the home with a nod to rock star status in a one-of-a-kind sunburst wood design made entirely from wood from the Gibson guitar factory.
A resort inspired backyard is perfect for entertaining lots of family and friends in this tropical vacation home right on the beach. Summers are well spent sitting on the patio sipping drinks and swimming in the pool.
The waterfront Hawaiian home is perfect vacation spot with beautiful ocean views. Palm trees surround the home, which has a board-and-batten exterior and relaxing balcony, creating a true tropical oasis.
The oceanfront Poipu property in Kauai, Hawaii sits adjacent to the world famous Poipu Kukui'ula Harbor. The south shore access to the Pacific Ocean enjoys unobstructed views of the ocean, mountains and Kukui'ula golf course.
The front of this vacation home is truly eye-catching, with a split-level floor plan and two large overhangs. To soften the stone driveway and retaining walls, the landscape architects added plants to the exterior.
This contemporary vacation home is located in Vail, Colo., and so features incredible views of the Rocky Mountains throughout the interior. Notice how, in the living room, soaring glass windows and low-level furniture really accentuate those killer vistas.
Designed to be "the perfect island retreat," this vacation home in Jamaica includes ocean views and a lush tropical garden. Two stone columns mark the entrance to the property, with a paved path that guides visitors past the plants and towards the main entertaining spaces.
Susan Brunstrum created the perfect environment for this cozy media room in her Park City, Utah vacation home design. She selected a pretty shade of blue for the walls that integrate well for television viewing. The cream-colored furniture and carpeting give the room a simple but stylish aesthetic, and the stone fireplace in the corner of the room further complements the space.
Designed by Montana Creative in collaboration with Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors, this home was inspired by the waterfront. Expansive windows showcase the lake views, while accordion doors create a seamless indoor/outdoor living experience. Modern finishes create a sense of luxury in the wilderness.