An abundance of colors can also balance the cold feeling of materials used to create the living spaces. For example colorful glass vases accentuated by expressive paintings cut through the cold atmosphere buried in the steel and glass staircase thus lifting the floating staircase to new levels of expression.
Beverly Hills California is probably one of the most well-known neighborhoods in the entire planet. Associated with the of nearby tinsel town any home in this locality is indeed hot property. This elegant and refined residence takes the sophistication a couple of notches higher with its spacious interiors and equally appealing surroundings. The beautiful house is surrounded by lovely woodlands that offer ample privacy for those within. Step inside and the home instantly transports you into a stylish and sleek contemporary setting.
A multitude of colors speaks about the joy to live it’s a constant reminder of the beautiful things in life and their tendency to mix and match. As each life is different each home display the happiness impetuosity naturalness its inhabitants believe in.
Cold color duos broken by lettering or vivid warm colors captured in furniture and art create a sense of joy and private serenity. Both convey the playful spirit of the owner. When love for geometry intervenes a bedroom can easily become the display scene for colorful paintings that encourages the use of natural held back colors in the rest of the space. Take a second to imagine which of the following three photos sparks your interest.
We have seen some beautiful houses located in historically significant neighborhoods get a modern makeover without disturbing the façade of the existing structure. Coming from Down Under in Melbourne the is another gorgeous example of seamless fusion between the classic and the contemporary.
Wood is an element that dominates the visual of the house while stone and glass compliment it perfectly. Lush green outdoors and courtyard tempt you to spend more time on the deck than indoors. The luxurious bedrooms and the modern bathrooms are placed on the top two levels along with an exercise room and an open lounge.
The long way to becoming the dream home for Sarah and Kimo Bertram started on in Sausalito where the house-boat has been envisioned by the creative minds from Robert Nebolon Architects together with general contractor Bart Elmer. The duo came up with the idea of nesting the structure in a boxlike concrete barge that not only protects it from the marine climate but also provides keel-like stability — a much needed feature on water.