To give subtle color to this white media room, designers used blue in varying shades—from palest sky blue to deep midnight. A wall of open shelving makes lots of display space; cabinets on the lower half add handy hidden storage.
Inspired by a 19th-century saloon interior near the home's Park City, Utah location, this richly-colored transitional space is ready for lounging. Rows of red drum-shade pendants visually lower the ceiling, creating a feel of intimacy. Traditional wingback chairs, a sectional sofa and upholstered ottomans provide ample seating for a crowd.
The upstairs media room features an 82” TV, a 110" auto remote movie screen, 5 theater seats and a large sectional for maximum comfort. Bright blue pillows keep with the home's contemporary color palette.
The den has a separate seating area with a blue and white graphic indoor/outdoor area rug and two identical low-profile modern sofas in a soothing sea green color, where family and friends can gather to watch TV and play games.
A long, skylight floods this top floor hangout room with natural light. Floor-to-ceiling wraparound bookshelves give lots of space for storage and displaying treasures. The dark wood minimizes the presence of the television.
Climb the staircase to the third-floor entertainment center, which features a media room, a gym, a bar and a sauna. Don’t worry about watching movies too loud: The townhouse’s walls are solid concrete, making them completely soundproof.
Part of the home's master suite includes this sitting area, perfect for movie nights with its gas fireplace and large, plush sectional. The ceiling is pine ship lap, a harmonious combination with the oak floors.
The Club Room beckons to entertain with a state of the art sound system, custom built-ins and wet bar, as well as sweeping views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Blue hues in the art, sofa and rug really tie the space together.