Glass doors slide to open the inviting living room up to the exterior deck, which enjoys views of the surrounding wine country of Sonoma County. The homeowners also maintain a home in Tokyo, and the Japanese tradition of wabi-sabi, or the art of embracing imperfection, is at play in elements throughout the home, such as the stacked stone feature wall surrounding the modern fireplace.
Glowing tree canopies above the dining space create a sense of both intimacy and relaxation throughout the restaurant. The mounted tree branches coordinate beautifully with the walls, which are lined with alternating white birch and yellow pine trees.
The back wall of this dining space is lined with alternating white birch and yellow pine trees, giving the entire restaurant the feeling that one is dining in the Zen silence of the forest. The rough texture of the trees provides a nice contrast to the sleek leather banquette below.
This striking living room boasts a grand fireplace and two luxurious brown velvet sofas. A patterned area rug adds movement and interest underfoot, and two round light fixtures provide a stylish source of light overhead.
In the dining room of this modern, Asian inspired home, a long, bamboo topped table with seating for ten gives the homeowners plenty of space to give a stylish dinner party. To keep the ambiance of the space, designers installed a modern light fixture over the table to complement the natural light let in by the floor to ceiling window on the opposite side of the room, as well as Asian inspired privacy screens, art and statues throughout the space.
A relaxing sectional sofa sits cozily in this neutral toned Asian-style living room. A large green curtain and wooden coffee table give the room an earthy feel, while red and orange pops of color keep the space exciting.
Seen through the entryway, this glamorous dining room showcases hints of Asian style through details on the ceiling and backs of chairs. A wall of built-in bookshelves is a great place to display favorite treasures.
The large dining room is perfect for entertaining intimate parties or grand scale events. It features a paneled, exotic wood ceiling, floor-to-ceiling frameless glass panels overlooking one of the terraces and southern views of Lincoln Center and the Freedom Tower.
In this open concept living area, an oversized paper pendant light helps to delineate the dining space. The clean lines of the table and mid-century chairs perfectly fit the simplicity of the overall decor.
This neutral sitting area features an eye-catching, glossy black stone fireplace paired with medium grain wood accents. A contemporary chandelier hangs from the exposed beam ceiling, while a wooden sofa and two armchairs offer cozy spots for relaxing.
Giving the dining room a private, intimate feel, a screen separates it from the front door and hall. A built-in sideboard makes a helpful buffet space in the back and a delicate lantern adds to the meditative serenity of the design.