The trendy living room faces the apple tree the relaxing master bedroom the cherry tree the spa-like bathroom faces the peach tree the guest room the silver spruce and the children’s room the walnut tree! Letting the green landscape and nature define the overall appeal and orientation of the house the is indeed all about the outdoors.
is used in an extensive fashion inside the house in framing cladding flooring and ceilings to add warmth and a rich sophistication. A visually captivating staircase leads the way to the top level that houses the bedrooms and bathrooms along with other private spaces. Elegant and creative the is a perfect example of how to extend your living area beyond the walls of the home with simplicity and style!
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.
Smart wooden accents add warmth to this ravishing Aussie home and a large wall of windows connects the interior with the reflection pond and the lovely backyard at all times. The open-plan kitchen lounge and dining area also seem to extend outdoors while the inviting pool deck tempts you to spend more time outside than indoors. A master bedroom a game room an upstairs bar and lounge and other spaces complete this expansive home.
We are often so focused on interior design and decorating that we tend to ignore the exterior of our home. The façade of a building is what gives it a sense of identity and lets it stand out visually from its surrounding structures.
While the focus largely remains on the outdoors the interior matches the elegance of the view with the use of unassuming neutral shades that gracefully play second fiddle to the panoramic views. Black cream and white are the three prominent shades used to fashion a relaxed and serene setting.
We often find amazing inspiration in life from the most unexpected sources and the ingenious folks at FMD Architects found theirs in the art of tapestry and stitching! Nestled in the iconic Australian city of the is a wonderful example of how one can creatively integrate the old with the new in a seamless fashion thanks to smart design solutions. Nestled on a lot that was just 5 meters (16.4 feet) wide the original was in urgent need of a stylish renovation and extension.