This home with the unbelievable canters is actually in Malibu, but this striking photo of the structure protruding into the sky with the mountains beyond is a great example of how great architects respond to the landscape with modern engineering and style.
The comfy oversized sectional, the bright orange woodstove and the endless glass is great example of current day desert modern style.
This groovy bar area is a spot where Sammy, Dean, and Frank could feel right at home.
I am in awe of the way Jonathan Adler has reinterpreted Palm Springs Modern style with geometry, classic Bertoias, bright colors and eclectic touches.
Morgan and The Boy have ingeniously furnished and styled their desert home with thrifty finds. To see more, check out their houzz interview here.
I can't resist a shot of the front of their home. They had yet to do everything they wanted to with the yard when this was taken, but the exterior's transformation is so impressive.
So does this one.
A punctuated bunker stands up to the elements and plays with peek-a-boo desert views.
Here it is from the other side, lit up at night.
Modern sculpture with the desert mountain landscape in the background is a great addition.
A high ceiling, white walls, glass doors, simple curtians and the punctuation of the warm wood media wall give this family room desert modern style.
Another oversized sectional full of punches of color against light walls would fit right in in any desert getaway.
Cut out screens accessorized with hanging plants make this open and airy space perfect for the desert.
Orange Emeco barstools, clean lines, and the simple palette of this open kitchen are pure desert modern inspired style.
More Jonathan Adler interpretation of Palm Springs' funky style, where the old and new create a funky spot to lounge.
Alright, I admit it, I am totally stuck on Adler's Parker - this is a great example of how a palette of many textures can work in the desert.