A serene natural pond next to the entrance welcomes you to the home which boasts an interior draped in heavy wooden tones and a simple neutral color palette. Large glass windows in every room ensure that the view outside becomes a dynamic background defining the ambiance of each space and adding new colors with the changing seasons
While the more classic exterior blends in with the style of the other homes in the locality the interior and the backyard seem to be inspired by a sleek minimal style that embraces a neutral color palette.
The concept of extending a traditional home without actually altering its street façade is quickly transforming old residences into stylish modern hubs. Located in the serene suburb of Australia the is one such gorgeous project that has seen a contemporary two-level structure being added to the existing Edwardian cottage
Offering creative and aesthetic solutions to those on the lookout for affordable housing modern tiny homes have captured the imagination of design aficionados across the globe. The art of building tiny homes is all about bringing together form and functionality in an ingenious fashion that makes the most out of the available resources
A stunning home theater with plush seating in vivacious purple completes this twin level. The first floor contains twin bedrooms while the second story houses the master bedroom and bathroom. A spiral staircase leads to the mezzanine level above containing the home office and also a gorgeous roof terrace.
Building an unabashedly contemporary home in a neighborhood filled with classic Edwardian homes can be a challenging task indeed. But the creative folks from b. e. architecture took up this challenge and delivered a stunning private residence that combines sleek minimalism with a restrained color palette and textural contrast
Cheerful contemporary and innovative the by Grandwood by Zorzi in Western Australia is a stylish modern home draped in extravagance. The unique façade of the home combines a variety of textures thanks to the dramatic use of glass wood concrete and stone