The emphasis here is on outdoor living with a beautiful deck a refreshing pool and numerous balconies encouraging the homeowners to spend more time outside. Large circular cutouts in the roof usher in ample ventilation and also add an interesting visual element. Serene relaxing and comfy this is the perfect way to escape the big city rush!
Combining this smart indoor-outdoor interplay with a breezy design style that evokes the images of a dreamy summer evening the is all about relaxing in style! Giving the old a contemporary makeover the weekend getaway uses limestone wood and glass in a balanced and beautiful fashion.
The top two levels feature four different bedrooms that include two principle suites and a couple of bunk rooms. Designed to serve as a wonderful getaway both in the winters and in summers for generations to come the Crow’s Nest perfectly complements the surrounding landscape while offering the best possible views of the mighty Nevada range.
Transforming an old house from the or into a lovely modern home is a task that is hard enough during the best of times. But when you need to convert an old ragged and into a sparkling contemporary space the challenge is even steeper.
There is nothing more refreshing than an outdoor lounge that presents a wonderful balance of elements and offers a tranquil retreat. Located in the eastern suburbs of the showcases how to make the most of the available space while creating a beautiful interplay between the interior and the outdoors. But instead of just focusing on the interior the house designed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects takes a refreshing and breezy approach to extending its living area into the backyard by using a fabulous.
The apartment was redone and customized by Steve Harivel who is popular across the planet for shaping the interior of the tasteful Soho House Hotels. Dazzling you with an array of rare and amazing antiques this is a home for those who wish to make a sizzling style statement!
Large glass doors separate the living areas from the bedrooms and the large sauna bathroom while stainless steel Art Deco doors from a 1920s theater in Hawaii stand tall in the kitchen. The living area Napoleon III chairs tufted sofas in mohair vintage French leather club chairs and industrial-style lighting create a magical and timeless setting.