Sustainable treetop home

High design meets LEED-certified sustainability in the Marin County hills

eco-friendly dining room
Photo by Thomas J. Story

Dining area

“It helps that the kitchen is elevated by one step, so if you’re the unlucky one doing the after-dinner dishes, you’re still part of the action,” says Scott. “And there’s a lot of privacy up there among the treetops.”

Sustainable resources: Reclaimed Douglas fir roof and beams, radiant-heat flooring, cabinets made from FSC-certified walnut, a dining table made from a salvaged tree, double-paned low-e glass windows and doors, antique pendant lights.


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