A dark kitchen island ample storage and shelf space along with Scandinavian style décor ensure that your stay here is pleasant and hassle-free. Prefabricated wooden elements inside the cabin present a lighter tone. A series of continuous windows open up the shelter towards the views outside with top-notch insulation keeping out the chills.
On the eco-friendly side of things an 8.4 KW photovoltaic panel is used to provide electricity for the house even as top-notch insulation and passive heating techniques cut back on power consumption. Add to this LED lighting and EnergyStar appliances and you have a revitalized residence where life is both merry and green!
A laminated timber structure extends into the pergola outside and offers shade while passive heating technology and concrete floors soak up the ‘barely available’ natural heat during the winter months to keep the living area and bedrooms toasty warm. Triple glazing and top-notch insulation put the final touches on an eco-savvy and exquisite family home on the serene coast.
As with most growing families the owners of in were struggling to find space and privacy with time. Finding additional space to meet your new needs is often a difficult and challenging task that forces you to think creatively.
This reduced visual fragmentation even while keeping parts of the exposed brick wall sections intact. A flood of natural light also accentuates the lightness and cheerful appeal indoors while a large wooden pantry with shelving and a dark black bookshelf along with the entertainment unit offer the necessary contrast.
Accommodating an old couple who still find their delight in work and their extended family this gorgeous home in Canada overlooks the tranquil ocean and the lovely landscape beyond.
A collection of different materials gives the home plenty of visual and textural contrast with the confluence of stone wood concrete and glass. Features like the half red clay table and bespoke furniture that also doubles as room divider create an exceptional interior with each room flowing into the next.
This move towards big cities is even more prominent in the East with villages in countries like China and India facing the glowing problem of urban rush. Nestled in one such small suburban village of Beijing is the gorgeous – a home that was originally built in the 70’s and abandoned over the decades as its owners moved to the heart of Beijing.