This two-story great room includes two seating areas -- one oriented toward the flat-screen TV, the other positioned to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace -- and are delineated by matching chandeliers. Telescoping glass doors slide completely open to fully connect the room to the pool deck for easy indoor-outdoor living.
This sitting area is part of an expansive great room that features arched windows, light-brown hardwood flooring, a white coffered ceiling and a large abstract painting. The sitting area includes a glass coffee table, a white sofa, two modern gray chairs and a gray area rug with geometric design.
The great room of this Colorado mansion features a high ceiling with exposed wooden beams, a wide-plank wood floor, and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows for a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains.
In the redesign of this 3000-square foot family home, the main living areas were connected in an open concept layout, including the removal of ornate molding and built-in shelving units. Nature-inspired furnishings by Baker, Holly Hunt, Ralph Lauren Home and Bernhardt set a relaxing tone in the new spaces.
A hand-planed buffet table separates the kitchen from the great room in this transitional home. Handmade light sculptures by artist Suzanne Derrer replace traditional lamps, giving the room a whimsical quality.
Two large armchairs are angled toward the center of this great room, carving out a conversation area for two. Ceramic deer busts adorn the wall behind the chairs, adding rustic flair to the transitional space.