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.
The 120 square meter house was built using locally available material that is both sustainable and planet-friendly. Keeping the impact of construction on the lush green surroundings as minimal as possible wood seems to have been used extensively in the project.
The growing trend in modern design and architecture is to create homes that are one with their surroundings. Draped in a hood of green that offers plenty of seclusion the Southlands Residence in Vancouver is all about the perfect synergy between interiors and the exterior. Smartly placed concrete walls wooden partitions and sliding glass doors combine privacy with unabated views of the many sights and sounds outside.
Beautiful and wide-open views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier obviously make for a stunning sight every morning. Nestled next to the serene setting of Lake Washington in Seattle this beautiful home is all about being one with the world outside. Large glass windows sliding glass doors an open living area and a lovely courtyard all welcome you at this beautiful getaway. Sporting four bedrooms along with three full bathrooms the was designed by DeForest Architects.
What do you do when you suddenly realize that your home doesn’t suit your needs and taste anymore? You start renovating! That’s exactly what a couple from Bellevue Washington decided to do with their home. But they didn’t settle with just any renovation. Together with Seattle-based they came up with a ground-up remodel that turned their residence into a real dream home.