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.
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.
Spectacular contemporary and opulent this amazing Lakeside home in could well be that secret retreat where Mr. Bond goes to relax between his high-profile chases across the planet! Designed by John Robert Nilsson this fabulous getaway is the perfect example of combining nature with luxury while keeping the design simple and minimal.
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.
The exciting and ingenious contemporary façade of the house draws you in instantly as it blends bold architecture with complete privacy. Spread across two different levels each nook in the villa surprises you with a beautiful captivating addition in the form of modern wall art a smart accessory or a creative decor piece.
By simply moving these giant sliding walls the homeowners can shift between amazing views and complete privacy while giving the villa a vibrant visual appeal. The interior of this luxurious Kfour residence opens up to the world outside as the street entrance leads to a beautiful balcony and a gorgeous reception area.
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.