Wood accents continue down a slatted storage wall that divides the main living space from the master bedroom. "Geoff and Joanna wanted to avoid dividing the house up into cubicles of white wallboard; this wall creates an open, airy feeling without sacrificing privacy," he says. The plywood boxes can be rearranged depending on storage and display desires.To the right is an enclosed sunporch running the length of one side of the house. "The porch enjoys a sweeping view, so we wanted it to get as much use as possible," says DeForest. It backs up to the bedroom, so he created a panel wall made of fabric between the two. This allows the bedroom to be hidden from view during a dinner party, then opened up to the spectacular views of the sunporch after the guests are gone.