Industrial-style windows with their dark metallic frames accentuate the past of this Aussie home even as exposed and whitewashed brick walls bring in all the textural beauty one could ask for. Open family spaces are coupled with intimate private areas and cleverly concealed bedrooms to offer a fine balance between social living and complete seclusion.
But this fabulous terraced home in London got a modern upgrade with an amazing and relaxing sunken bath as its true showstopper. Nestled in a lovely neighborhood of East London the gives a classic British home a smart modern upgrade with a sparkling kitchen dining area stylish bathroom and toilet that extend into the garden outside.
Constructing a contemporary home in the middle of a heavily wooden region is a challenging task on several fronts. From logistics to environmental norms there are plenty of little things that one needs to worry about when bringing a modern structure into a forest area.
But the lovely in Prahran a typical suburb of goes down the old-fashioned route as Studio Tate completely altered the existing appeal of the home its ambiance and the way it interacts with its residents. Barring a couple of brick walls the entire house is brand new and its novel floor plan sees the living area kitchen and dining area nestled on the top floor while the bedrooms sit snugly below.
Combing modern aesthetics and a simple green roof in a fascinating fashion the Riverside Weston Residence in Connecticut is all about a series of ‘roofscapes and terraced planes’. Add to this the unabated lake views on offer contemporary interior with minimal décor and glass walls that bring the outdoors inside and you have a home that connects you with nature at all times.
With a spacious master suite also embracing a black and white color palette a gorgeous guest room that doubles as a home library and a kids’ room with a space-savvy loft bed this is an urban residence that perfectly blends form function and inviting warmth.
The small living area with its textured wall cozy fireplace and colorful Moroccan-style lighting fixtures feels both inviting and modern. With a comfy seat next to the fireplace and a plush couch on the opposite side of the room the living room acts as a transitional zone between the foyer the dining area and beyond.