Large glass windows try to bring the forest indoors visually while an airy living area with concrete walls and a floating staircase combine hints of minimalism with fascinating textures. A mezzanine level that offers wonderful views of the river and forest area contains the smart kitchen and dining spaces. The lower levels include the bedrooms guestroom and additional living quarters.
Large framed windows were added to the original home to not only give it a quirky chic vibe but to also bring in ample natural light. This gives even the smaller rooms in the home a fresher and more cheerful ambiance while the public spaces benefit from unabated views of the mesmerizing landscape outside.
Nestled in a gorgeous greenery-filled neighborhood of the city is the lovely which reflects the laid-back yet comfy community with style and understated class. Designed by Krista Watterworth Design Studio the single-family residence has an unmistakable air of calming cheerfulness.
The first floor also gets a smart extension in brick which houses a serene bedroom with a view of the private backyard. Interesting wall art and carefully chosen accent additions add color to a largely neutral backdrop while a combination of recessed and pendant lighting takes over from the flood of natural light as dusk sets in.
A living area with a large dining space next to it and a smart simple kitchen with a cool breakfast nook make up the public spaces which are visually connected with the landscape outside. Adult and kids’ bedrooms follow a similar color scheme with emphasis being placed on a clever mix of form and ergonomics.