The top floor houses the private spaces and a gorgeous balcony that overlooks the backyard and pool area. It is amazing how with the smart use of wall art throw pillows and carefully curated decor the villa has a refreshing and fun vibe which takes it beyond the appeal of a mundane contemporary space. A lavish pool and lounge area outside and brilliant LED lighting complete this vibrant home with a lively spirit!
The grand comeback of Mid-century modern in the last few years has meant that many modern homeowners are turning towards this timeless style for their newly renovated or revamped homes. in is an affluent neighborhood that often reflects the most popular interior design styles in the region and the latest trends.
One of the many joys of decorating and redecorating your home with every passing season is the wide array of new trends colors and patterns that you can try out. While some of them stay with you for the rest of your life others are quickly discarded to usher in a whole new fashion statement.
If the trendy Austrian home blends the lakefront home idea with modern minimalism then the bold Casa L brings chic industrial style to the lake house. Located in the spectacular which is renowned across the globe for its magnificent views the ingenious home designed by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos is both versatile and eco-friendly. Raw casted cement granite and unpolished wood usher in the restrained industrial appeal even as a large deck and multiple balconies let you enjoy the picturesque outdoors.
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.
This vibrant and beautiful home located in the Boerum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn is one such space where a multitude of colors textures and patterns come together to shape a lively setting. Designed by Marks & Frantz the charming home has a distinct feminine vibe that also gives it an inviting cozy appeal.
Architects from chose concrete as they felt that its raw appeal was more in tune with the original façade of the house. The vertical openings of the extension are crafted to match the existing style of the house while warm wooden tones and a neutral color palette grace the home indoors.