Planned and executed with perfection by interior designer Rotem Guy the makeover gives the interior a fresh and airy ambiance while carefully preserving some of the original features of the home. Exposed wooden ceiling beams and old bookshelves were given a facelift while a clean and crisp color scheme refreshed the rest of the space.
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.
When you think of Florida it is often the glitz and glamour of places like Miami and Palm Beach that first come to mind. But moving away from the busy lifestyle and frantic pace of Florida’s more renowned cities offers a getaway that allows you to relax and enjoy what is essentially a ‘horse country’.
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.
Surrounded by a beautiful coniferous forest and nestled on the bank of the is an exquisite contemporary residence inspired by the landscape around it. Designed by the unique exterior of the house uses multiple shades of grey to create a distinct façade that looks even more beautiful thanks to the cloak of natural greenery.