When it comes to the classic Victorian-era homes in and the surrounding suburbs many homeowners are opting for modern renovations that bring together the best of both worlds. The gorgeous by Nobbs Radford Architects is one such product that blends old world charm with contemporary style and elegance.
The scenic setting of in Seattle is home to some of the best lakeside retreats on the planet and the lovely Courtyard House definitely tops the list. Crafted with care by DeForest Architects the four-bedroom three-bathroom house offers stunning views of the distant Mount Rainier and is draped in a cozy layer of wood!
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.
With homeowners increasingly starting to move away from the urban chaos these beautiful natural retreats are turning into much sought-after properties. Elegant tranquil and cozy the modern lakeside house is all about bringing together the best of both worlds.
Using the simple yet classic form of a home with a pitched roof the timeless silhouette of the structure plays a big part in creating that dreamy appeal! With the extensive use of glass and a refined interior this Italian escape by Marco Pava promises to rejuvenate and refresh you instantly!
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.
The interior is connected seamlessly with the large deck outside and the panoramic views become an organic part of the indoors. Blurring this line between the interior and the outdoors played an important role in giving the small house a ‘vacation retreat’ vibe.