The living room's several seating areas accommodate large or small crowds intimately. Oak beams were lightly hand-hewn to enhance the textural quality. Mohair rug from Specialty Textiles; woven chairs from .
The dining room of this California house is a separate structure, a stone pavilion designed by architect Sandy Walker on a promontory overlooking the Pacific. Interior designer Suzanne Tucker furnished it with a table made of walnut and cast concrete, and leather-covered chairs from . chandelier.
A vine-covered arbor connects the pavilion to the house. Walls are Carmel stone, quarried locally.
The entry's light-filled vaulted ceiling, warm plaster walls, and flagstone floor, which flows from the exterior, set the tone for the rest of the house. lamps.
A ceiling of natural cedar brings the outdoors in and creates texture and warmth in the master bedroom. The silk and linen Stark rug adds plush softness. Curtains and bed skirt are Leopard by . Dome pendant light from .
An outdoor fireplace of Carmel stone makes the ultimate outdoor room. Multiple terraces and exterior doors encourage an easy flow in and around the house, making it ideal for entertaining. Teak chairs and ottomans from .