Contemporary windows, a campaign desk, and traditional wing chairs form an eclectic arrangement in the study.
This not-too-tiny 115-square-foot bathroom seems even larger thanks to a cohesive look and spacious shower in place of the typical bath.
Blue concrete puzzle-piece floor tiles and a recycled-sweater rug add whimsy and green features to the girl's bedroom.
Dining is a Modernist affair, with a simply elegant teak table and Eames plastic dining chairs.
Comfortable furniture is essential in a vacation home, and a neutral palette lets you accessorize with punches of color.
Filled with the latest innovative bathing systems, this large master bathroom still has room for two separate grooming stations.
The second-floor guest suite uses soothing, neutral colors and plenty of natural light to create a comfortable, relaxing space.
Light, natural colors, tall windows and sculptural accents surround a slim, gas fireplace fitted with beautiful stacked stones.
On this bedding, engineered flowers and vines are woven in ebony and ash.
Fixtures and appliances for the serious chef, but the overall environment is one of warmth and elegant simplicity.