Gallery of interior design and interior architectural photography by Las Vegas-based architectural photographer Michael Tessler of private homes. Images include photographs of kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and bedrooms inside houses, apartments, and condominiums.
Bathtub and Fireplace
A unique bathtub in a master bathroom features a fireplace and the inflow of the outdoors via floor to ceiling windows.
Inside this Buckminster Fuller-designed geodesic dome house, a staircase leads to a secondary bedroom loft. This Palm Springs house was redesigned by architect Pavlina Williams, AIA.
Palms Place Room at Twilight
An early evening in a room at Palms Place in Las Vegas, NV. The room features a view of the Palms Hotel, the Rio, and the Strip.
Golden Moments Kitchen Custom Cabinet
This kitchen was designed and installed by Innovative Kitchens & Interiors in Las Vegas, NV. Note the special design of the cabinet in the upper left. Stacie Young, designer.
This house features an exterior courtyard, at left, and this beautiful wood and metal open riser floating staircase. The glass doors at the far end open to a small seating area near the swimming pool.
A single long, narrow window creates serenity as light pours from it into the bathtub in this master bathroom.
A living room features large windows with plantation shutters and glass doors. The furnishings include a sectional sofa with matching ottoman.
Late afternoon sunlight pours into a light and airy kitchen with sloped ceiling, stainless steel appliances, and a hardwood floor.
Living Room with Fireplace
A spacious living room with tall ceilings features floor to ceiling windows and a large fireplace.
Palms Place Bathroom
The bathroom inside a condo room at Palms Place in Las Vegas, NV.
A kitchen scene inside a contemporary house in Las Vegas, NV.
Kitchen and Dining Area
This large kitchen and dining area form one of the central areas of the first floor of the home. Note the beautiful wood cabinets and large stove, as well as the multiple kitchen islands.
The dining room table has been nicely staged and creates a welcoming feel.
The angle of the rear wall in this bathroom provides a clue that this room is located inside a geodesic dome house. The house is based on the geodesic dome created by Buckminster Fuller. This Palm Springs house was redesigned by architect Pavlina Williams, AIA.
The welcoming seating area of this living room features several architectural and design elements. Note the stonework in the dividing wall to the left and the entire back wall of the area. A short staircase brings you to the sunken area, which features hardwood floors and floor to ceiling windows. In the background, you can see the glass-enclosed courtyard.