Understated wall art a cool backsplash in white tile and a colorful carpet give this area its unique personality. Floor tiles are used cleverly to visually demarcate spaces in this open floor plan without using walls.
Karen’s Cottage is a 430-square-foot structure built by a planning professor from the College of Environmental Design at the University of California Berkeley who worked with a team of students from Dr. Ashok Gadgil’s Design for Sustainable Communities course. Owing to those inputs the tiny house is net-zero energy space.
The interior keeps many of the classic elements of cabin style including wood throughout but includes modern touches like lots of glass for natural light and possible stargazing from inside! This cabin designed by Andersson Wise Architects is located on Flathead Lake in Montana.
But the revamp of the house is not limited to the rear extension alone as the ground floor is lowered in its entirety to give the living area and kitchen a more spacious appeal. The interior acquires a more up-to-date look with a fabulous contemporary kitchen in white a lovely living area that combines antique pieces with plush modern decor and sleek shelves that melt away into the backdrop. Creating a stunning contrast between the timeless exterior and the trendy interior the captivating home serves up the best of both worlds!
Located in the lovely Beaches locality of Canada the Residence combines the old world charm with modern aesthetics to shape a truly captivating home. This classic house with a pitched roof was originally built in the early and spread across the interiors acquired a dark dreary and congested ambiance over the years.