Since the big Super Bowl 50 was this past weekend, it got us thinking of amazing entertaining spaces. Places to live, laugh, enjoy delicious food, drinks and company! 

This past summer we completed this pretty amazing Mantuary Retreat. Our client thoroughly loves the great outdoors, aviation and cars. So we took his inspiration and hit the ground running. 

Once what was a big boring concrete box in their newly constructed home, has turned into a warm and cozy environment, with lots of personality and intriguing elements to talk about.

Here is a photo tour of this comfy and enjoyable Mantuary Retreat:

Mixed leather tones, fabrics and patterns creating a warm space. The sandblasted concrete walls gracefully play with the tones in the art featuring fish.

Custom ceiling grids made of basket-weaved rope and wood, float through the entire space, concealing the exposed ceiling.  An industrial zinc bar counter creates a lively element of surprise and another feature to talk about.

Our client's personal taxidermy collection from wildlife sportsman adventures  fill the walls, and I'm sure great stories accompany them. 

Our client had quite a few creative ideas up his sleeve, he was inspired by an airplane wing, to create this vanity. We feel the result was amazing and so out of the box!

With so many note-worthy elements to chat about, it's hard to wrap it all up in one simple blog post. This project was truly one-of-a-kind and a lot of fun to work with the homeowners on. We hope that they enjoy many gatherings for years to come in their new space!

All photography by  Native House Photography  

All photography by Native House Photography