The architects stuck to a gray-scale color palette, installing slate tile floors that softly contrast with the white walls and Eames dining chairs. “It lets the views out the windows become the focus,” Dworkind explains. Doses of pure black accent important features, like the central wall that divides the kitchen and master bedroom behind it from the main living space.  Photo 5 of 11 in Amazing Cantilevered Home in the Mountains
The staircase was built using standard wood frame construction with plywood treads. Each step was then covered with a thin sheet of folded steel that outlines its angled profile.  Photo 7 of 11 in Amazing Cantilevered Home in the Mountains
In the kitchen, the architects reigned in the house’s high ceilings for a more intimate feel; its lower height also tastefully hides unsightly ducting necessary for ventilation. Beneath the bar sit two Kaysa Black Bar Stools by Baxton Studio. A Gessi faucet complements a Blanco Modex sink. Tagged: Kitchen, Wood Counter, and Slate Floor.  Photo 6 of 11 in Amazing Cantilevered Home in the Mountains
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