The top floor contains the master bedroom and luxurious bathroom along with an expansive walk-in closet. Embracing a neutral color scheme all three levels seem like a natural extension of one another even as pops of bright color are kept to a bare minimum.
The ingenious gas stove addition in the living room also doubles as a smart divider between the living and dining spaces and the and give the home a hint of sustainability. The use of natural pine wood obtained locally and other eco-friendly materials used in shaping the also helped in cutting down the carbon footprint of this elegant contemporary home set in an idyllic landscape.
But this cheerful and glamorous home in designed by Maxime Jacquet takes a chic and playful approach towards the timeless classic. Combining pops of bright orange and yellow with silver grey and chocolate brown the luxurious interior of this fascinating home draws you in instantly.
Hot-rolled steel siding and a charred oak entry door welcome you into the beautiful building where each condominium combines practicality and aesthetics in a transitional fashion. While the lobby is drenched in bold hues the interiors of each condominium are draped in lovely neutral tones and a crisp contemporary style.
Privacy was a key issue in shaping the overall contours of the house as the homeowners wanted a beautiful family house that kept away any prying eyes while letting in ample natural ventilation. A smart combination of skylights sliding screens with wooden slats and upper level windows were used to accomplish this task.
Surrounded by a gorgeous natural canopy in Tallinn is a beautiful modern residence that blends an effortless indoor-outdoor interplay with ample privacy. Taking complete advantage of the scenic landscape around the house architects from Arch-D have shaped a trendy contemporary space that places emphasis on the view outside. Large glass walls and sliding doors ensure that the living space is extended into the natural deck outside while the double-height living room paints an airy and cheerful picture.
A giant concrete wall with painted scenery anchors the central staircase that connects the various levels of the house and adds an interesting and unique visual. With mezzanine levels becoming popular additions in 2014 it is barely surprising to see the lovely mezzanine floor with a cozy reading nook in the corner.