The new kitchen also seems equally appealing with a copper backsplash that adds glitter to an otherwise neutral space in white. Charred larch slats and a cool copper worktop add to its uniqueness even as the dining area next to it flows into the garden outside.
This smart sustainable module was crafted by ArchiBlox using locally sourced wood milled from sustainable forests and metallic panels that protect the home from the harsh ocean wind. But it is the gorgeous green roof of the house that truly steals the show and gives it an inimitable and exciting look.
Taking the idea of a green rooftop garden a step further is the spectacular Penthouse Ecopark in Hung Yen Province . This modern home designed by iHouse combines a distinct industrial-style living area with a terrace garden that also holds a Jacuzzi a glass pergola and an outdoor lounge. The terrace garden is visually connected with the master bedroom and allows the homeowners to escape the rigors of a long and hard day at work each evening.
Designed by Studio 304 the new sunken bath is the highlight of this quick upgrade as its elegant glass walls connect it visually with the small yet serene garden outside. The glass walls of the luxurious bath are further supported by a slatted larch screen that keeps away prying eyes and ensures that a tranquil garden view is balanced with complete privacy.
A blue and white color scheme mirrored walls and contemporary style completely alter the home that now welcomes you gleefully! A sensational bathroom in red with a polished floor and textured walls completes this exquisite Italian residence.
The family area that also doubles as a smart study space is filled with open bookshelves while the dining room has a more formal appeal with its gray and white color scheme. Wooden décor with classic Midcentury appeal brings another layer of intrigue to a home that seems to delve into a variety of styles!
An island escape that can only be reached through waterways a low-lying cabin that can barely be spotted from a distance a green roof that keeps the temperature inside warm and toasty and a design that pays tribute to local architecture – the Go Home Bay Cabin in has plenty going for it. It is pretty much the ideal weekend retreat for the eco-conscious adventurer and designed by Ian MacDonald Architect its interior is as elegant as the idea behind its creation.