Wires are used to suspend these chunky ‘floating’ walnut shelves on the wall. Underneath, a warm, white LED light is hidden behind the cantilevered glass desk. It illuminates the air bubbles within the glass and is an eye-catching element at night when the rest of the lighting is low.
The chic kitchen blends seamlessly into the casita's living area furnished with Eames armchairs and ottomans and a patterned hair-on-hide rug. Along the wall, floating shelves are used to create a space-saving office space.
This Craftsman-style foyer uses simple architectural elements such as a brick wall and rich wood tones to invoke a warm first impression. A charming built-in houses a plant, highlighted by a wooden-carved entryway mirror. A custom-made Delos area rug adds visual interest to the space.
This living room's soaring ceiling is supported by exposed wood beams, a touch that manages to be both rustic and elegant. The room's neutral color scheme helps its architectural details, like the ceiling and the striking striped fireplace, stand out.
The masterpiece of this living room is its incredible fireplace. Ragged edge yellow stripes stretch across the rust red background. And it pairs nicely with the room's exposed wooden ceiling beams.
The neon yellow stripes on this enormous fireplace are backlit with their own glow and reach all the way to the ceiling pulling the eye up and calling attention to the room's soaring height. Framed in by wood shelves, the adjacent large television looks small in comparison.
Southwestern architecture gets a contemporary update in this enormous great room that rivals elegant hotel lobbies. On the left sits a gently curving bar. On the right, a large fireplace streaked with neon yellow stripes warms the space. The room is supported with exposed wood beams and stone columns.