HGTV Dream Home 2010 welcomes guests with carefully placed groundcover and stately Arizona cypress that frame the front door.
Sandia Park sunsets provide drama in this quiet gathering spot, dressed in neutral fabrics, understated artwork and handcrafted furnishings.
The hostess’ dream come true, the traditional butler’s pantry provides cabinet and cooking space as well as food and wine storage.
With a 16-foot-high wall of turquoise tile and an oversized island, this modern cook space doubles as party central.
With tailored, masculine furnishings and a bank of windows that offers a breathtaking view of the rugged terrain, the living area invites relaxation.
A long and narrow, sun-filled space, HGTV Dream Home 2010 boasts pinewood ceilings and decorative beams that serve as a nod to traditional ceiling vigas.
Storage and display options abound in this luxury dressing room, customized with a center island and a picture window that looks out onto the high desert.
The ultimate escape, the master bath soothes and pampers with little luxuries and breathtaking views.
The perfect mix of masculine and feminine, the master bedroom borrows its color palette and decor scheme from the desert landscape.
With a color palette established by cork walls, this multipurpose space offers up comfortable furnishings that easily rearrange as activities require.
Lavender walls, inspired by the color of twilight skies, provide a clean canvas to showcase traditional white furnishings, bold accessories and silver accents.
Shared by the guest and kid’s bedrooms, this vibrant space pairs pop colors and quirky bath toys with refined accents including tulip-filled vases and lime- and basil-scented soaps.
Inspired by Disney-Pixar's beloved film Toy Story, the children's bedroom pairs a vibrant color palette with decor that connects the space to its desert location.
Two laundry spaces – adjacent to the guest bedroom and the sunrise room – accommodate the needs of large families with Energy Star-rated appliances and storage space.
Designed for meditation, reading or exercise, this quiet nook is dressed in a toned-down palette of neutrals and offers a front-row seat to Sandia Park sunrises.