Every home needs a stunning feature or two to set it apart visually and give it a personality of its own. At times this comes from the architectural design of the residence and its silhouette and on other occasions it is style and décor that do the trick.
Décor inside the apartment is also as minimal as possible with white holding sway once again. A gallery wall and a cool ladder make up the dining room backdrop and the ladder also serves as a practical addition as it lets the homeowner access the top shelves and cabinets in the adjacent kitchen.
A task gleefully taken up by Woodford Architecture and Interiors the 1960’s structure is now a bright cheerful and modern home that embraces its coastal roots in a serene fashion. And it is undoubtedly the fabulous view outside that makes this breezy even more special as one enjoys privileged views of Burgh Island and the quiet village of Bigbury-on-Sea.
Crafting a low-energy modern home is all about getting the ‘bones’ of the house right and adding additional energy-efficient features that allow it to cut back on power consumption. This large home in Vienna Austria designed by Zoran Bodrozic is one such delight that seems to maintain an open inviting ambiance despite its eco-friendly credentials.
Wooden slats and sliding glass doors allow the homeowners to shift between privacy and unabated views even as the outdoor living zone becomes an important part of the ‘lifestyle at Casa TM’. On the inside the color palette is predominantly neutral with bright artwork in blue bringing a hint of beachy charm!