A gorgeous entry welcomes you to the house with subtle pops of orange while a sliding barn door conceals the luxurious master suite. All the existing walls and barriers were removed to create an open-plan living area with glass partitions and sliding doors bringing in ample natural light.
In the past we have seen some amazing penthouses and New York City townhouses that have swept us off our feet with their grandeur. The innovative architects at Turett are at the forefront of this smart trend that not only turns narrow townhouses into sensational modern homes but also gives old structures a dazzling new lease on life. Transforming a that was also used as a painter’s studio into a handsome home for a family of four this latest project from Turett is another brilliant case in point!
The colors are kept as simple and neutral as possible to ensure that the focus remains firmly on the furnishings used and the style that they bring in. The classic Barcelona daybed and the cozy Eames lounger bring in that unmistakable mid-century flair even as a walnut wood accent wall and artwork add visual and textural contrast.
As in the case of the 10 modern home designs that we featured earlier we are ending our journey across the best lakefront homes exactly where we began: on the banks of. The Madrona Private House has a street façade that is specifically designed to keep away any prying eyes while the rear of the home offers some extravagant views of the scenery outside. Warm earthen tones coupled with grey are used inside and the public spaces are housed on the top two floors to maximize the views.
The interior of the existing structure had very poor ventilation and the homeowners wanted the dark and dreary space to be transformed into a cheerful hub of activity that had seamless connectivity with the outdoors. This was achieved with the addition of a modern extension in the rear along with the revitalization of the existing home.
Designed by CTA Architects Engineers the house is concealed in a lovely layer of greenery as the beautiful rooftop allows it to blend into the backdrop. A serene Zen garden smart use of teak and sustainable style accentuate the Asian appeal of the home.
A lovely outdoor deck and lounge extend the living area outside while the soothing interior is dominated by white and other gentle neutral shades. Despite using the traditional pitched roof the interior is contemporary at every turn and the high ceiling actually ends up adding to the majesty of the home.