One can see the timeless allure of Scandinavian design ooze through the various spaces in the apartment even as modern minimalism adds to the relaxed ambiance. Warm wooden flooring and ceiling beams give each room its own individual personality while glass brings along with it a hint of contemporary charm.
If you have dreamed of living off-grid the cabins here prove you don’t have to live in a trailer or a misshapen hut. There’s plenty of inspiration for design-lovers in these cabins in the woods. Scott Newkirk is an interior designer and stylist who lives in New York City; naturally his off-grid cabin is a gorgeous retreat complete with both a flagstone patio and a deck for enjoying being outside as much as possible.
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.
The main home features a cellar along with a spacious living zone a kitchen and dining area connected to the porch outside and bedrooms and bathrooms on the top level that offer plenty of privacy. An old grape brandy distillery was altered and connected to the home to offer more living space and to provide a seamless interface between the interior and the outdoors.
The beautiful home is nestled in a lovely lot that overlooks Ingaro and is spread across a generous. Surrounded by pine trees a curated Japanese garden and natural rocks that play an important role in the look and feel of the structure the house has an exterior that melts away into the backdrop with ease. The iron based color scheme of the exterior ensures that maintenance is kept to a minimum while the interior takes on a completely different look with a more cheerful pleasant and modern vibe.