It is easy to fall in love with this Aussie beach house not just because of the views on offer but also thanks to the interior that is entirely draped in wood. There is almost a sculptural appeal about it wall; with the wooden interior morphing and changing as it meanders through the different rooms.
A beautiful new family house no sits in a place that was once occupied by an old and dreary structure. Part of a larger community of homes and ranches spread across the region in Tapalpa Mexico finds inventive new ways to blend in with the landscape around it.
Designed by Habitech Systems the new interior of the cottage has a revamped floor plan with the bedrooms now moving to the front and the rear extension housing the open plan living area.
Nothing feels excessive inside the house with minimalism holding sway. A large couch in yellow adds color to the living area even as the highlight of this getaway undoubtedly remains the world outside and how it is brought indoors!
This little Chalet in was designed by frundgallina with an exterior that is crafted completely out of rough fir boards sourced from the local Jura forests. On the inside these wooden surfaces are beautifully polished and give the home a relaxing cozy vibe.
The idea of giving a Victorian cottage a modern makeover is all too common on the face of it. But every renovation addition or extension demands something different and unique. The in Melbourne goes down a different path with its new rear extension and refurbishment as it also gets a new street façade!
We love it when it is the landscape that defines the overall contours of a building determines its aesthetics and gives those inside a unique and unmatched living experience.
But there is plenty more to this relaxing escape than the rolling hills green pastures lovely coastline and the ocean not too far away! With smart north and south decks of the house not only offer two completely different views but also ensure that its residents have sheltered outdoor areas to enjoy both in the summer and winter months.