Contemporary with a hint of Southwest flavor

Homeowners build a contemporary beauty tied to their past life in the Southwest

The Neff high gloss cabinetry is topped with Black Galaxy and Fusion granite. The neutral veining of the Fusion countertop helps to offset this island from the rest of the kitchen.

Metal railings and wood stair treads establish the contemporary design of the staircase leading to the lower level of this home.

Large, horizontal windows, low rooflines, and smooth finishes on the façade establish the contemporary architecture of this home.

This master bathroom was designed to make the owners feel as if they were near the ocean. The painting hanging over the bath tub served as the inspiration.

This home office is located in the main living area of this home so the owners don't feel isolated while working from home.

The custom square table in this formal dining room features a stunning Copper Dunes granite top and a sturdy metal base.

These sleek metal staircase railings were carried to the back yard in an effort to tie the inside with the outside.

A pair of bright blue acrylic pieces flank the tiled accent wall separating the bathtub from the walk-through shower.

A petrified wood sculpture is tucked inside a niche just outside this home office, which features custom built-ins and an exotic granite backsplash.

This lower level pulls double duty as a home theatre and an area to enjoy a round of golf, thanks to a golf simulator.

The highlight of this billiards area, which is connected to the kitchen, is a custom pool table featuring a mix of brushed metal and wood topped with bright blue cloth.

This custom-built wall housing the three-sided fireplace and television features a painted finish resembling suede to complement the stone wall and pillars used in the adjoining kitchen.

These homeowners installed a wine refrigerator into their new kitchen—not for simply displaying bottles, but to have them within reach to enjoy with friends.

Custom wall niches and a linear gas fireplace lined with textured white tile create an eye-catching focal wall in this master bedroom.

Red glossy cabinets line the back of the third garage spot, which is used as a bike repair shop.

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