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.
Bringing together affordable housing and sustainable design in an effective manner the beautiful Forest House designed by Garret Cord Werner in Canada blurs the boundaries between the interior and the world outside. Surrounded by a beautiful forest canopy the house was built on a tight budget and yet manages to woo you with its open and refreshing design.
The new living area dining space and kitchen are housed in an open floor plan on the lower level and open up towards the beautiful deck outside. Large sliding glass doors ensure that the transition is seamless while the modern extension in the rear holds additional living spaces as well as three bedrooms that are visually connected with the backyard. The transition between the old and the new structures is indeed effortless as one room flows into the next. An additional top level contains the new master bedroom and bath along with a walk-in closet and a private deck area.
The basement and the third level of the house contain private quarters while a brilliant pergola coupled with a fabulous painting studio and roof terrace make up the top level. With ample greenery both indoors and outside lavish outdoor deck spaces and breathtaking views of the mighty Mediterranean Sea in the distance this dashing and cozy villa offers a refreshing new take on contemporary design!
When we talk of lakeside homes the first image that comes to mind is of traditional or modern retreats that borrow from the classic cabin style. While some of the remarkable lakefront residences that we already showcased challenge this stereotype this fascinating home in Carinthia by Spado Architects shatters that myth completely! Minimal at every turn this house employs translucent white glass panels and concrete to merge privacy with unabated lake views.
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 floating staircase with a glass railing leads to the top level that houses the cozy bedroom and a sky garden that brings tranquility and freshness to the residence. Another enclosed exterior garden also ensures that there is no dearth of greenery in this that brings together style and serenity!