Rustic meets industrial in this cool, casual game room. A reclaimed tin pendant fixture from Curry & Company provides task lighting for the pool table.
With built-in wine storage and a flat-screen TV, this dining and bar area is perfect for entertaining. The same dark granite used on the kitchen island surrounds the TV, tying the entire space together.
To bring an interesting focal point to the guest bedroom, Pineapple House designers made a window seat and/or daybed in an oversized dormer window. The windows were so high that steps were added for access to the perch. Panels across the bottom of the built-in are created via thumbtacks into the upholstered base.
From the glass wall that encloses a wine cellar to the burled walnut paneling that encircles the space, lush finishes characterize this contemporary California living room.
A rich mahogany wall adds warmth and sophistication to this transitional dining space. The adjacent white marble wall provides contrast, while large glass doors and sheer curtains lend an airy feel to room.
This home's kitchen and dining areas flow seamlessly into the primary living room, making the neutral space conducive for entertaining. The living room's taupe sofas and beige armchairs provide ample seating for guests.
This sleek, modern kitchen features white cabinets, dual Wolf ranges, and a green granite-covered kitchen island containing a prep sink and faucet. Adding some rusticity and texture to the design are weathered wood beams that run across the ceiling.
The drama in this keeping room comes from the sum of the parts. Together the Gothic-inspired frames on the bookshelves, medieval-style chandelier and details on the chair backs create intrigue. The dark mantel contrasts against the bright-white wall and anchors the space.