Tuesday, February 14th 2017, 11:13:00 AM Published at Adeline Soós, Laminated Pinewood House Veneer with Dark Brown Exterior Color and Surround Stone Wall Accent for Front Wooden Door with Sidelights Home Designs. Although the glasses are quite large, the architect still maintains the privacy of the owner with a special design. The glasses only reveal the wooden walls behind while the rooms behind are quite covered. Inside, the interior looks “softer” in design. The wood inside this home boasts lighter wood colors and for the walls, with a beautiful pattern. The pattern of the wood wall in the dining room looks like a brick wall pattern, there, a white kitchen acts as a focal point. This kitchen looks minimalist and is quite small in size. This kitchen also is bright. A long horizontal window gives ample natural lights to the interior. Next to the kitchen is a little bit more rustic dining table and a long wooden bench. And, just a few ft away, a living room looks wonderful and comfortable. A glass clad fireplace looks luxurious. Instead of having a mantel, this fireplace looks “cleaner”. There, a wonderful table lamp and a mosaic wall art together with the geometric wall shelf also decorate the entire great room interior. This interior feels warmth yet intimate at once.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Saturday, June 03rd 2017, 02:34:01 AM. This house addition and renovation is an example of simple but beautiful home designs thanks to its contemporary and elegant architectural lines. This house is built on the slope with beautiful surrounding. This green area gives an additional strong sense of beauty for the house. The additions and renovation of the house were done to the main features like kitchen and the master bedroom. The existing Ginko tree becomes the focal point for the new indoor outdoor reading room. This house features carefully placed windows to connect the indoors and outdoors while at the same time are keeping privacy for the owners. The house also features pool, a second level terrace, and many bamboo trees. These last plants, are creating a serene atmosphere for the outdoors area. This house itself is located in Los Angeles. Space International. Images © joshua white photography.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Wednesday, May 31st 2017, 10:34:33 AM. One of the bathroom comes with floating vanity made of wood and concrete look vanity top. The master bathroom features a bathtub with wood surround and a shower box with pebble look tiles flooring.
Kitchens Stela Lucija, Tuesday, May 23rd 2017, 13:12:01 PM. This kitchen also is completed with kitchen island with wonderful black color. This kitchen island is so elegant and looks natural at once with its wood accent from its dining table. The design is sleek and the stools match nicely with its square style. The accessories for this kitchen as a whole are simply elegant and stylish. The pot rack is black and comes in long rectangular design. This pot rack would be a perfect storage for plate sets, cups and others. And there, just next to this pot rack, there’s a wonderful stainless steel range hood with simple yet elegant tube shape ready to direct the fume outside.
Furniture Stela Lucija, Friday, May 19th 2017, 13:54:01 PM. The given name for this upholstered sofa, the “Onkel” (Danish word for Uncle) should represent the inspiration that comes from the old days. Designed by Simon Legald has created the Onkel sofa for Normann Copenhagen, the cushion is inspired by the more fantastic 1950s-style upholstery. However, for the new world today, the back cushion is encapsulated with solid, plain-colored frame that has a firm expression. The materials chosen for this sofa create a dynamic effect with its cushion and frames, both the upper and the under frame. The entire sofa design is then matched and completed as a unity by giving the sofa the same coloring. Simon Legald. Normann Copenhagen.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Thursday, May 18th 2017, 13:08:42 PM. Having a romantic place to live may inspire the memories of childhood. Located in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, the original mid-century kit house was built on a small valley which the surrounding lands are at the higher elevation. The house is like being built-on a small “valley” with its middle part is visible as a 3 floor home. The exterior of the house looks enchanting with the horizontal and vertical wall pattern and slanted roof. The wall is calm in a few gray color shades and has balconies with minimalist balustrade. The renovation created a bedroom nestled in the treetops, this room was connected to the other room by a glass bridge. There, there are some large skylights above the glass bridge too. The kitchen is natural, clutter free and is calm with its light brown color and dark grey countertop and light grey range hood. Other parts of the interiors are stylish and is accented with wood especially for the ceiling of the top floor. Architect: Metcalfe A&D. Photography by Barry Halkin.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Saturday, May 13th 2017, 13:06:50 PM. The owners of this inclined house wanted an artist studio and a yoga space which would also serve as a private guest cabin. They wanted accessory structures for their existing wood hillside home. The architect, Feldman Architecture built two additional small cabins that were built lightly between the trees, each has different view orientation.
Interior Designs Stela Lucija, Friday, May 12th 2017, 12:40:15 PM. The outdoor dining area in this restaurant looks awesome and seems fun for dinner. The sky view and the big trees around are so relaxing as well as beautiful. In this outdoor area, the tables are the round wooden barrel table and the decorations are the glass room with cows and wooden wall. Well, there’s a dining area enclosed with glass and seems pretty romantic. Moreover, all areas, the indoor and outdoor dining areas are completed with beautiful wood floor. Minas Kosmidis (architecture In Concept). Photos: Studiovd, N.vavdinoudis – Ch.dimitriou.
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