With their neutral tones and natural materials, the rooms feel like an extension of the landscape. "The spectacular area where the property is situated inspired the color palette and materials," Hollis says. "We used reclaimed wood on the walls, simple lighting fixtures, and vintage and found furnishings. All this works together to support the views. It was important to create a seamless transition between indoors and out and make full use of the outdoor living area. Several elements blur this line this such as the outdoor soaking tub, the double sided fireplace that you view from indoors and out, the custom hanging daybed and also the lanterns, which are actually hardwired lighting fixtures."
The leather headboard is from West Elm, the linens are from Frette, the throw blanket is from Pendelton, and the desk is Hollis's own design.