The base shade of the walls and ceilings are off-white which enhances the already existing serene feeling. Arranged beautifully the living area is enticing with the shelves photo frames as well as the book shelf finding the perfect slots. Kitchen is quite big and is adorned with modest decorations.
Colors go well with the accessories and furniture that sport contrasting shades. Made up of two concrete slabs that are kept at a distance from each other by concrete plates the construction sees to it that they structurally takes care of the internal division.
The couple admits that it had been a lot of work to renovate the whole structure which included even the shaping up of each and every single irregular stone. The home has four floors in total connected through an elevator accessed from an underground garage and wine cellar.
The kitchen has a wonderful and ample red hanging shelf unit that separates the cooking area from the dining area. the cooking surfaces are arranged so the hose can converse with the guests while the food preparation in happening. A red couch adds a continuation of the accent color as well as a demarcation between the living and dining areas.
Designed extravagantly by Studio Sagan Piechota Architecture the is a brilliant house located amidst the spectacular Carmel Mountains in California with stunning scenery and the majestic ocean forming its natural surroundings.
Beautiful chairs like the Corona chair by Poul Volther and the unique Flag Halyard Chair designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1950 found their place in this home ever since Sara bought the Corona chair when she finished high school. In the living room hanging from the ceiling over the creative corner and behind the stainless steel and flag line chair is the Verner Panton Globe pendant that brightens up the space through its design and light.
are always special; they never lose their aristocratic appeal. One such building situated on the looks induced by the essence of the countryside. Designed by Fiona Simmonds it resembles a dormer residence of the 70s. The interior design followed here is simple and minimalist and merges the features of olden times with modernity. Provided with many windows to let fresh air and light of the countryside in the indoors appear so inviting and relaxing.