The stylish residence sports an open floor living plan with the kitchen dining area and the living space all connected visually. Though large glass windows ensure that it opens up towards the ocean the entrance is gated and includes a large courtyard that blocks any prying eyes.
Docked on Mission Creek in San Francisco California this modern floating house is proof that life on the water can be beautiful sophisticated and intriguing at the same time.
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.
While the interiors employ a largely neutral color palette with emphasis being placed on warm earthen tones the presence of flowing blue accents throughout the residence is pretty obvious. This gives both the interiors and the exterior an inimitable look and a distinct sense of playfulness.
But probably the most interesting feature of the bathroom is the bath tub that is “wrapped oh-so-neatly with a quartz composite deck and apron so that it looks like a simple block of white”. Add some stunning views to the picture and I bet you can already imagine yourself sipping champagne and listening to music while bathing in utmost style.
South East Asia is renowned for building some of the most urbane and contemporary homes on the planet. Singapore is at the heart of this modern revolution and located in Jln Angin Laut this sleek and stylish home is a perfect case in the point.
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.