Striking angles, pops of muted color and rich hardwood floors give this stark white living room a bold personality. Even the slightest curved lines in the furniture and accessories stand out among the right angles, adding major interest.
From the soaring ceilings and unique chandelier to the wall of windows complete with a pivot door, this modern living room may have minimal elements but it lacks nothing when it comes to interest. Wrapping the room in wood paneling and skipping an area rug intensify the design and give this space a one-of-a-kind look.
Countless seating options, a fireplace and a partial outdoor kitchen are all the creature-comforts this space could ask for. By day or by night, guests can lounge, sip and relax amid this sprawling backyard.
Every element in this modern foyer — from the frosted glass windows to the abstract statue to the architecture itself — quietly announces to guests that they are in for a treat in this gorgeous home. The rich hardwood and stacked stone add warmth to the room.
Either watch TV or watch the great outdoors — this room offers both. The nearly 180-degree windows in this living room provide a great view of the golf course below. Or sit back and watch the action on the links on the TV.
This sleek, modern pool shares a large two-sided aquarium with the adjacent living room, creating a truly unique swimming experience. Meanwhile, the indoor patio setting offers privacy without sacrificing sunshine. Walls of windows admit ample natural light.
Everything about this kitchen is grand and should feel - well - absolutely overwhelming: Large island, big appliances, uber-high ceilings, even giant doors. And, yet, it doesn't. The warm, inviting wood tones and playful green cabinet doors make this kitchen feel completely approachable, while the rounded shape of the dining table is a welcoming site amid a sea of right angles. This kitchen truly feels like the heart of the home.
This covered patio is a perfect extension of the modern home's interior, beckoning guests to easily move between both spaces. A fireplace and radiant heaters in the ceiling keep the patio cozy and comfortable long after the sun sets.
This scene begs the question: Which is the better view? The house from the pool? Or the pool from the house? Either way, you really can't lose. The consistent sleek and modern lines throughout the space create a seamless transition from the indoors to outdoors. Setting the pool at an angle adds tons of interest to the squared-off design. And the proximity of the pool to the house allows you to take it all in.