High design meets LEED-certified sustainability in the Marin County hills
Photo by Thomas J. Story
“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.