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.
The main floor of the house contains the central living area along with a small dining space and sleek kitchen. Decor additions like the Moooi Random Lights and the timeless Eames chairs lend a touch of class and sophistication to the space. An elegant staircase leads to the upper level that features a bedroom and bath.
Nestled in a beautiful little niche of is the which has gleefully embraced this approach to interior design with elegance and abundant flair! Unraveling a wide range of colors and patterns the smart private residence designed by Staffan Tollgard Design Group is a perfect example of how to use seasonal trends and accent hues without committing to them fully.
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.
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.
The house itself consists of three different structures with a central courtyard that is accessible from all of these units. Living areas are housed on the lower level with an open floor plan while the top floors contain the private quarters. Elegant wood surfaces and decor bring some much needed warmth into an interior that is dominated by white.
We often are so obsessed with designing the perfect home that we forget about making it a fun cheerful and at the very least an inhabitable space. The catalog look with super sleek surfaces simple straight lines and bland neutrals is not a look that works for everyone.