The classic gable pitch of this mid-century elevation with a horizontal architectural language and minimal finish and material palette sets the tone for the interiors within.
In the entry, you immediately begin to see the use of volume and void geometry which architecturally defines each space. With an immediate view out the rear of the house through the Great Room, you get a sense for the openness of the plan. The Ann Sacks Ogassian Penta wide-format concrete tile flooring utilizes a 5-sided tile shape that creates a unique pattern that is a really special feature. With it’s varied grey tones, and strong geometrical shape, it becomes a strong focal point. The over-scaled brass bell pendants and walnut plank ceiling feature add warmth, keeping the palette from being too severe.
Black upholstered sofas and casework create a grounding effect, while the wood paneling in the built-in adds a richness to this gathering area. Pops of yellow and other bright hues in the printed rug lend a fun layer of personality that keeps the otherwise austere material palette from being too serious. Coordinated books and accessories in the built-in, and an application of black paint inside the window frames that highlights the architecture, all help carry the rather graphic design vocabulary through the space.
The island, with it’s angled slope, follows the unique angles in the flooring and ceiling pitches. The same wood-on-black pairing is carried through the kitchen finishes. A subtle vertical grain in the cabinets create visual interest set against the clean lines and minimalism of the design. The honed absolute black granite has a gorgeous on-trend matte finish and mutes otherwise-typical black granite for a distinct detail.
A custom built-in with open shelving and wine racks that accommodate a sizable wine enthusiast’s collection match the other kitchen finishes. The raw edge plank table lends an organic element and offer a nice counterpoint to the clean lines. Molded fiberglass schoolhouse chairs in different colors extend a youthful spirit.
Black beams against walnut planks on the ceiling continue to supplement the house’s cohesive palette with this unique design feature in the master bedroom. The cane bed, graphic palm wallpaper, and a glimpse of the wood tile in the master bath all create a really modern tropical theme set against more black, brass, concrete and wood elements. A wool shag rug creates some softness for cold feet on the floor.
The horizontal wood-look tile creates a sauna-like feel in the master bathroom that feels like a mid-century spa. A gorgeous free-standing tub creates a perfect spot for a relaxing retreat.
The furniture selections help the room feel more open and expansive. Gold elements lend a bit of glamour to this lively bedroom.
A guest bedroom provides a muted retreat, pulling in subdued pink tones.
The same material palette extends to the outdoors, creating a cool, stylish respite from the Las Vegas sun. A metal screen over the dining area by the barbecue echoes the home’s roofline and adds a really custom feature. Bone-colored outdoor upholstery fabric lightens the mood.
Various zones are programmed in the backyard for optimal use of the lot. This house is perfect for entertaining!
Planter Boxes clad in an industrial corrugated metal allow homeownders to exercise their green thumb!