The house has practically an entire wing dedicated to entertaining and relaxing: There's a bar and lounge, a wine cellar, a game room, a movie theater and of course a top-of-the-line audio-visual system.
Rustic stone lines the lower half of this bathroom and is the backsplash for the tub and the countertop for the vanity. The resulting look is simple but perfectly appealing with luxe details like the deep soaking tub.
A rooftop deck with panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and other Bay area landmarks features an outdoor sauna for the California penthouse owners. Gast Architects integrated the sauna into the structure of the stairs. The wall is made of terra cotta accent stone from Realstone Systems.
A charming guest bedroom (the house has four bedrooms in all) includes two double beds and plenty of natural light thanks to the vaulted ceiling and clerestory windows. Exposed stone walls and unfinished wood beams maintain the rustic character of the home.
Stone walls and ceiling beams add to the rusticity of this Colorado home's design. In this kitchen, dark wood cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage. An integrated refrigerator harmonizes the look, while the decorative peninsula kickspace adds interest.
A beautiful stone wall fills the space above and around the fireplace in the cabin's great room, creating a nice contrast with the light wood paneling and enormous windows. Clusters of chairs make up multiple seating areas for game night, meals, relaxing fireside or simply enjoying the blissful location.