Sinuous curves define the master bathroom of this luxury Miami Beach estate. The dramatic, open shower features a waterfall spout flanked by twin rainfall shower heads. Facing vanities are furniture style, with a pale wood finish and thick marble tops. Arched windows are divided by curving engaged columns that flow in an uninterrupted line to the barrel-vaulted ceiling. The floor showcases a dramatic mosaic design.
A corner of this modern kitchen features an area of cabinetry that's perfect for a coffee bar. Ceiling-height cabinets are clean-lined and modern, with a warm wood finish that creates a striking balance against the cool grays of the walls and backsplash. The island sports a modern waterfall edge, while barstools feature a bold teal hue that's repeated throughout the open concept space.
Bright green and vibrant blue chair cushions compliment the naturally bold hues of the swimming pool water and lush tropical plant life. Landscape lighting highlights the stairs moving through the levels of the yard and distributes a warm glow throughout the design. Waterfall features in the swimming pool create soft motion and fit the pool to the rest of the dimensional design.
This European-inspired kitchen features the latest in appliances. The Miele coffee center and wine refrigerator are the focal points and flank the sleek Poggenpohl cabinetry. The Swarovski crystal chandelier brings shine to the space, while the wood stools and wood-like porcelain tile flooring accents bring visual warmth. The final touch is LED lighting underneath the kitchen island that highlights the quartz waterfall countertop.
The elegance of this space extends into the details of the shower. The small glass tiles of muted greens and neutrals make the shower warm and inviting, and the dual waterfall shower heads make sure that the showerers entire body is covered with warm water, making this shower the peak of luxury.
This family-oriented condominium was designed from raw space high above the historic Gaslamp quarter in downtown San Diego. The large flexible open space offers jaw dropping views of the bay and city. Glass upper cabinets are paired with shiny glass tile backsplash and then grounded by grid-like black cabinets. The large center island is clad in a sleek waterfall countertop and provides bar seating with contemporary green stools.
The design team removed a wall to open up this California kitchen, revealing a ceiling-height window that ushers in loads of natural light. A modern island was added in the renovation and features a waterfall edge and shiplap detail. Four natural wood barstools allow for ample seating and tie in with the white oak cabinetry. Soaring ceilings support rustic-modern pendant lights that add to the room's organic vibe.
This California kitchen features an earthy palette made up of natural elements that add texture and interest. A long, paneled wall offers open and closed storage and gives a nod to the home's mid-century modern architecture. A stone fireplace wraps around to service both the kitchen and living area. The design team removed a wall to open up the kitchen, adding this center island with a quartz waterfall-edge countertop.
Soft grays mix with the natural wood tones in this rustic, yet modern cabin retreat. Integrated appliances and a modern island with a sleek waterfall edge bring a streamlined look to the space, while timbered walls and ceiling beams emphasize the home's natural setting and log cabin feel. Windows are strategically placed to allow the chef to enjoy the view while working at the cooking station or sink.
Parquet flooring and a dramatic, tiled faux water feature add interest to this traditional home's second-level main entry. Neutral colors dominate the light-filled space, allowing visual interest to come from architectural detail, use of texture and strategically placed pops of color. To create the "water" feature on the accent wall, the design team installed soft aqua quatrefoil tile behind a textured acrylic panel, using directional lighting to give it a waterfall effect.
The waterfall countertop style of this kitchen island stitches the polished white countertop down to the floor. The long structure provides ample workspace and eat-in availability from the row of mustard leather bar chairs. A trio of pendant lights hang above to shed extra light over the island white natural light from the french doors bounces off the light surface finishes.
This room housed a piano and was rarely being used when we began this project. Due to the growing collection of wine, we were inspired to turn this into the ultimate wine tasting room. We designed a custom wine storage tasting island with waterfall sides, figured walnut bottle storage and bar service stations, painted the walls a deeper shade of gray for a more intimate atmosphere and completed it with a caviar style pendant.
The contained nature of a small urban courtyard gives you a huge opportunity to bring in a cool feature. Cultivators Design and Landscape purchased the orange container and retro-fitted a fountain around it for a custom industrial fountain. A fountain also can be cheaper than a waterfall. You can re-create the look as a DIY project using a garden pot you already own or hunting at yard sales.
The homeowners were not interested in a white kitchen, but instead wanted something with a little bit of color, so designers brought in custom walnut cabinetry to bring the space to life. Those cabinets were topped with Luche de Luna quartzite counters and a waterfall island in the same stone. Finally, the design was finished with royal blue velvet stools with gold legs that bring out the warmth in the quartzite and complement the Brutalist chandelier.
In the master bedroom, the combination of glass, rammed earth, exposed concrete and the floating roof offers privacy yet does not dilute the incredible views of the golf course, city lights, mountains and Sonoran Desert sunsets. A premium-grade sliding door allows the occupant to step from the room directly into the cool waters of the infinity-edge pool and the waterfall, which cascades down to the lower level, providing passive cooling and the tranquil sound of water.
This state of the art spa and expansive koi pond with waterfall flank the patio and create a focal point for the space. Attention to details like LED lighting and features like the fire bowls really help this space come alive after the sun goes down. An extended covered patio features an outdoor dining and living space for full comfort.
This striking Malibu home has a wide-open floor plan that emphasizes the view outside the glass rear facade. An open-plan kitchen is divided from the living space by a peninsula with a modern waterfall countertop, matching that of a central island. Modern art bridges the kitchen and living room, while a cozy seating area takes advantage of a sunny space by the dining terrace. White walls and floors provide a neutral backdrop, keeping the focus on the view.
Despite the tight dimension of the site, a small lap pool and spa were designed into the terrace. There is a waterfall feature at the end into the spa. Both pool and spa are covered by an automatic cover that helps keep the heat in.
Due to the restrictions of redeveloping lakefront, you are not allowed to encroach any further than the previous building footprint with any structures. This means that the retaining walls and pool had to fit within the previous house footprint.