Luxury might seem like something inessential only conducive to pleasure and comfort but the geometry of great design can uplift the spirit just like art does. Colors and shapes have a direct influence on us our decisions and perspectives and we are naturally inclined to admire the beauty around us.
While modern homes with large open spaces and high ceilings look stunning and lavish getting them just right is a tricky task indeed. Located Down Under in Sydney Australia the is a masterpiece that was visualized and brought to life by Minosa Design.
Walk through the long hallways and you’ll reach the bedroom; it’s airy bright and graceful in form. From the bedroom you connect with a modern bathroom. It has a charming walk-in shower (with a wood planked wall) beautiful quartz composite sinks and custom made wall panels to support them.
One would assume that building a stylish and soothing retreat in a place like the New Forest National Park in UK is a delicate balancing act. Not only does the natural getaway need to be luxurious and contemporary on the inside but it also has to be a sustainable project.
The concrete beams that are lit ever so elegantly make up the ceiling of the living space and steal the show with ease. Plush décor in white and grey is used throughout and walls in muted tones bring in the contemporary style. Stone and glass are the elements that are largely utilized with wooden surfaces being sporadic and largely relegated to the kitchen and the deck space on the outside.
A beach house in Malibu promises the sun sand and surf along with luxurious interiors and often a pretty hefty price tag! But there is one more alluring aspect of this suave neighborhood that makes it such a draw. This strip of sought-after real estate is the home to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars and brightest names.
Large overhangs are also in place to ensure there is sufficient protection on a really damp Seattle day. An open floor plan sees lines between the living area and the outdoors blurred even as an ergonomic kitchen and dining area anchor the lower level of the house.