This hillside canyon retreat brings nature inside with this stunning, modern window. The outdoor space easily feels like part of the home with views of the mature trees and lush landscaping just outside.
Kitchen, dining and living areas breezily connect in this incredible cathedral-like great room. The soaring ceiling is broken up by the exposed wood beams and vertical lines of the pendant lights above the island.
A custom fireplace, cast in place from concrete, anchors this stunning modern living room. Cherry wood strip flooring, curved and bent in a pattern matching the radial form of the home, and concrete circulation space runs the length of the open floor plan. Large sliding glass doors invite seamless indoor-outdoor living.
Steel, glass and reclaimed wood paneling combine for a modern, industrial fireplace with a touch of rusticity. The three-sided design allows people in multiple areas of the open great room to enjoy the fire at the same time.
Here's a small space that lives large. Surprisingly, a big sectional sofa doesn't make the living room feel closed in at all. That's because the rest of the space is carefully edited, with few other freestanding elements. Additionally, the large and high windows bring in a sense of space.
This modern fireplace features custom touches that turn it into a focal point of this Texas living room. Stacked stone matches stone used on the exterior of the home. Decorative wood above the mantel serves as an art piece in and of itself, while narrow glass shelves display collected art glass. Copper on either side of the fire box adds warmth and reflects the firelight.