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.
A large living area with dining space an elegant kitchen and two comfy bedrooms are placed linearly to make the most of the view outside. The north side of the structure offers ample privacy and is closed off completely while its metal shell lets it stand out visually as it proudly sits in front of a natural green backdrop!
A series of platforms leads to the entrance of the house which appears like a cantilevered box that is sitting on a glass square below. The large structure features unique sliding stone panels that take inspiration from the natural rocks around the house.
The custom-crafted staircase in blackened steel and oak anchors the entire area while the state-of-the-art kitchen in white steals the show with its array of varied textures. White acrylic cabinet surfaces Calacatta marble counters and a custom-crafted backsplash add intrigue even as the iconic Cherner bar stools add a touch of warmth to the area.
A relaxed living area flanks it on one side while a glass and steel wall that houses the master bedroom takes up the other end. Bavarian oak floors wood-framed windows and exposed brick walls effortlessly blend with the posh modern additions to create a truly inimitable style.
The lower level of the first structure contains the living area dining space and kitchen in an open floor plan. Warm wooden surfaces trendy Tom Dixon pendant lights and large sliding glass doors give the home an abundance of textural contrast.
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.