In addition to the skylights, large windows framed out by floor-to-ceiling drapes make the office feel light and airy. The single-hung, vinyl windows feature maintenance-free, multi-chamber PVC construction and include energy-efficient insulating glass.
This open master bedroom boasts a wall of windows looking over the Hollywood Hills. Deep pops of color are meant to be inviting and bold and also help to soften the hard edges of the contemporary architecture.
This spacious kitchen gets its modern style from the sleek white walls and countertops and minimal decor. But lack of decor doesn't mean lack of style, as is evidenced by clean lines and a stunning wall of window.
Walls of windows not only fill this beautiful beach house with natural light, but also allow the owners to enjoy ocean views from inside. Meanwhile, the second floor's porch features a glass pane railing to enhance the seamless design.
In the foyer, a wall of windows from floor to ceiling brings in plenty of natural light making the home feel bright and open. Even with the large space, designers made the entrance of this home feel a little more intimate with simple, warm furniture that brings the home to life.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and crisp white walls make this narrow hallway feel larger and more open. To give the space a modern edge, the designers added black trim to the windows and installed recessed lighting overhead.
Food prepping isn't a chore in this modern kitchen with a gorgeous view of the water and outdoor patio. This bright and airy space features a pop of color in the backsplash, sleek white cabinets and large kitchen island.
Upon entering the foyer, a few steps lead visitors into a gleaming white living room filled with natural light compliments of a wall of glass. Large windows dominate the space, and pops of blue and yellow color are bright and cheery.
This room is all about the view, but in this small beach cottage, every inch counts. Designers decided to go with an extra long sectional (for the sitting space) and a fun hanging chair in the corner. The rest of the floor plan was kept open so that people can be sitting at the many turquoise stools at the island as well as the living space without additional furniture in between. A fun assortment of various sized tables is an uncluttered look.