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Floor-to-ceiling sliding panels divide the master bedroom from the living room. The sliding wall cladded in cedar is integrated into the casework, and hides the television when not in use.
Full-height glazing wraps around the south-facing side of the master bedroom.
Bright and bold choices continue with the master bedroom. The walls have been painted a rich blue T0.30.20 from Sikkens.
The bedrooms and gallery spaces are located within the concrete boxes.
The bedroom on the second floor has a treehouse-like feel.
Many of the rooms offer panoramic views of the surrounding bay.
The Wood House sleeps up to 10 guests with five beds and five-and-a-half baths.
Jasperware Headboard designed by Eddie Ross

With a nod to 1700s designer Josiah Wedgwood’s jasperware pottery, this headboard is constructed with various moldings and a door. “It’s literal but he made it much larger and grander,” says Azzarito of the striking and unusual headboard. Fun fact: Josiah Wedgwood’s daughter was married to Charles Darwin.
The custom built-in bed and bedside tables are from ABD Studio. The art above the bed was commissioned from James Surls.
The master suite is on the ground floor and accessed via a home office. The pendant light over the bed is a commissioned custom fabrication by Stephen White made from dowels and rice paper. "We didn’t know exactly what we were going to get until it arrived," explained Haines, "but it is spectacular."
The real gem is the master bedroom which features sliding doors that open to the expansive backyard—perfect for embracing indoor/outdoor living.
One of the three bedrooms features mural-type wallpaper from Anewall.
The detached guest house is a spacious one-bedroom retreat, complete with a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom.
Here is a peek at the second bedroom.
The home features a classic two-bedroom, two-bathroom floor plan.
Inspired by a recent trip to the ancient Roman villa and seaside refuge of Pompeii, Italy, this bedroom by Kari McIntosh Design serves as a tranquil retreat for special guests of the home. Soothing neutral tones—ivory walls and cream bedding—are juxtaposed with a dramatic red Venetian plaster ceiling. Tucked inside the closet is the "Lararia," a lavish fresco with vibrant imagery of trees and snakes, believed by Romans to bring abundance and good fortune.
Another big architectural move was to redefine the unfortunate layout of the upstairs master suite. Yun moved the bedroom to one side and put the bathroom behind a wall.  The purple-blue tiles around the fireplace were designed by one of the owners and represent clocks with different hours—a reference to how watching the fire can be the best way to pass the time.
Another bright and minimalist bedroom.
One of the homes' five bedrooms opens to the yard.
One of the upstairs bedrooms.
A closer look at one of the bedrooms.
A view from the bedroom.
In the master bedroom, a wooden accent wall with coat hooks on one side, serves as a partition for the bed.
The second and third bedrooms also feature ensuite bathroom.
The master bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows and terrace access as well as a deluxe ensuite bathroom.
The idea for the custom room comes from Camp Wandawega's line for Land of Nod, which celebrates the whimsical vintage aesthetic of the retreat. A former Prohibition speakeasy once called "a disgrace to the great state of Wisconsin," Wandawega has come a long way over the years—the 91-year-old camp site is now a boutique lakeside getaway celebrating the simple pleasures of the great outdoors.
The media room features custom-designed bunks with Camp Wandawega for Land of Nod bedding.
Constructed in 1909, the building was named for its original occupants, The Free Methodist Publishing House, before it became the Museum of Holography, and was bought by the new owners in 2012. They tapped Nushu Architecture and contractor Vero Design + Build for a renovation of the structure to include 11 bedrooms, a capacious communal area, a kitchen, and a fully-equipped lounge.
A guest bedroom on the ground floor.
The parent's bedroom is located at one end of the top floor.
A porch and roof “cut-out” separates the parent’s bedroom on one end from the two children’s bedrooms on the opposite ends.
The guest bedroom.
This living/bedroom space showcases neutral tones and shades of white to contrast the continued use of natural, treated wood surfaces.
A floating cabinet was created by Lustig in 1953 for an interior design commission in New Jersey. The Sparrow crib is by Oeuf.
In daughter Elliot’s room, a vintage Womb chair by Eero Saarinen is situated below Alvar Aalto 112 sheIn daughter Elliot’s room, a vintage Womb chair by Eero Saarinen is situated below Alvar Aalto 112 shelving scored on eBay.
As for the interior detailing, “In contemporary construction you have a layered approach to materials. Everything is on top of something else. We tried to avoid that.” Indeed, the house’s materials are few and hardy: polished concrete, maple, and Douglas fir, and white walls with a few bold accents of green and blue.
Large windows continue into the master bedroom.  A green rug connects the colors of the exterior with the interior space.
A charcoal triptych by Gina Jacupke hangs above the Living Divani bed in the master suite.

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