Red Wood's guest house is made from redwood wine processing tanks, creating a place where guests can drink in the three acres of California coastal foliage.
The second floor living room of the 6,800 square foot Red Wood hovers like a floating bridge over the driveway.
It is just us, or can you totally picture Mary McDonald at home in the hillside of Big Sur? Maybe Sting and Trudie can come along.
Just one of two bathrooms in this woodland manor. This relaxing space displays caste bronze door handles and faucets sculpted by the homeowner.
We're seeing red -- wood that is! The designer Mickey Muennig took a page from mother nature using the wood found in the California coast to make a warm and vibrant space.
This bedroom is just one of six places for the guests of Red Wood to soak in the natural West Coast light and shade of the redwoods.
Redwood trees grow in circles -- often called fairy rings. This ceiling in the 1,200 square foot guest house allows for guests to enjoy this natural beauty from the comfort of indoors.
The dining room windows, costing $22,000, bring a seamless integration of the gorgeous California hillside to your dining experience.
The kitchen is is defined by stainless steal elements and a drop ceiling.
Half moon windows flank the second floor living room that add a twist to a stream-lined modern look.
Getting a closer look at the intricate detail in the redwood element that dominates the design of this hippie hideaway.
Lions, and tigers, and real estate, oh my! The Animal House is 14,600 square feet of pure animal instinct.
Don't worry the animal theme doesn't stop within the show room, the master bathroom, one of seven baths, has it's nod to the animal kingdom with lions gaurding the bathtub.
This enormous estate houses seven bedrooms where one can rest after a busy day of hunting.
A luxurious dining room includes lush furniture with an animal print design. Hey, they don't call it The Animal House for nothing.
The grand Georgian Greensboro palace is decorated with 450,000 pounds of French tile on its rooftop.
This Tuscan treasure welcomes guests with a warm facade sit atop 5.7 lake front acres.
Who needs the Natural History Museum when you can just go to The Animal House? The owner has the "Big 5" -– leopard, lion, elephant, buffalo, and rhino.
We spy with our little eyes -- more big cats! The kitchen's island is flanked by carved lion columns.
The home's design was built around more than 200 safari trophies, costing over $250,000 in taxidermy bills. Meanwhile, Jeff would prefer to keep them hidden in a storage unit.
The living room hold columns over 25 feet high, with checkerboard floors of black marble and gold granite.
While lacking our furry friends, the outdoor entertaining area of The Animal House includes a waterfall and an infinity pool with a lake view.
Moving back to the California coast, The House of Rock is a traditional Tudor style home turned up to 11.
You know what we always wonder: why aren't there more Fleetwood Mac themed bathrooms? Well, The House of Rock has answered our prayers with this mirror lined and tapestry tile filled masterpiece.
While there are six bedrooms and eight baths total in The House of Rock, this master suite might take the cake as it was designed by Salma Hayek's brother Sami.
Are you suddenly hearing "What's Love Got to Do with It?" Well, don't be surprised. The $33,000 aluminum chain you see was inspired by Tina Turner's stage costumes.
Thinking of adding this design element to your home? Just make sure you have the room for 81,400 feet of chain link.
Built in 1926, the House of Rock mixes traditional elements of a Tudor home with 21st century technology sitting atop one acre of Santa Monica landscape.
Truly an eclectic design wonder, The House of Rock displays a New York style pressed tin ceiling in its expansive kitchen.
The kitchen has two ovens and two refrigerators providing enough room to feed any number of starving musicians.
This music room has a 40 foot cathedral ceiling, a second floor minstrel's gallery, stained glass windows original to the home, and classic chandeliers making it the perfect place to house an old school rock opera.
This $3.5 million music studio rightly gives The House of Rock its name.