A constrained space transformed into a gentleman’s dressing chamber.

Luxurious surfaces abound. The warm brown leather sofa from Hancock & Moore is elevated with plush pillows in an African Kuba fabric from Tony Kitz Gallery and a full fur beaver blanket from Adirondack. A trio of hat boxes houses the owner’s collection of panamas, fedoras, and cowboys.

The dressing chamber provides direct access to the owner’s smoking lounge.

Elevated above the Shasta-Trinity forest like a regal aerie, the owner’s personally-designed smoking lounge envelopes and cossets its inhabitants. Solid walnut-paneled walls and burled maple ceiling provide a stunning backdrop to experience unrivaled comfort. Unique torch fixtures with tin-stamped fascia flank a retractable television.

A traditional lounge chair from Charles and Ray Eames is paired with a green leather tulip chair from Hancock & Moore.

No gentleman’s lounge would be complete without a repository of fine glassware and spirits. A stunning ebony wood liquor cabinet glimmers and beckons.

A black lacquer chinoiserie desk adds an element of exoticism.

With the windows completely retracted, guests experience an almost preternatural communion with the surrounding forest.

The seamless indoor/outdoor transition permeates every corner of this abode.

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