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.
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.
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!
Located in the beautiful and serene city of Slovakia is the a sophisticated contemporary residence designed by Bratislava-based at26. Displaying the elegance and sleek modern charm of a stylish bachelor pad this beautiful home is spread across and exudes a unique style of its own.
Another beautiful lakefront home that does a phenomenal job of blending with its surroundings is the Miño River House in Galicia. The inventive design of the residence presents a semi-buried unit of the house that features the living area dining space and the kitchen which seem to disappear into the side of the hill.
How about a lakeside home that is perched atop a cliff surrounded by plenty of greenery and can only be accessed by a boat? Yup sounds absolutely perfect and the Gambier Island House near in British Columbia is one such lakefront home that brings this perfect dream to life!
The decor itself is kept simple and elegant with pops of black being cleverly utilized to create a sense of drama and sophistication. The lower floor houses the informal living dining and kitchen areas along with a lovely playroom that can also be converted into guest quarters.