Sometimes I dare to dream or maybe it’s my way of motivating myself. But I really hope that one day I will be able to retreat to a summer house somewhere in the woods. Give me a lake and it’s the perfect picture. A case in point: the by Mcfarlane Biggar Architects + Designers near Vancouver in British Columbia Canada.
The province of in is renowned across the globe for some stunning tropical retreats that transport you into a completely different dimension. Bringing together sun sand and contemporary luxury the region is home to some of the best luxury hotels and spas on the planet.
There is absolutely no doubt that mid-century modern design trends have made a grand comeback in the last few years. We have already showcased ways in which you can embrace this revitalized style with modern flair and obviously there is no shortage of decor options that bring in the mid-century modern appeal.
The top level houses the private areas which include the bedrooms bathrooms and additional sleeping quarters. The innovative design of the house extends the living space outdoors and gives those inside a sense of openness and a perfect opportunity to enjoy.
When we talk about scenic holidays that bring together sun sand and surf our minds often wander to the amazing tropical islands of South East Asia. But the of offer equally enchanting getaways that bring together the charm of the Mediterranean lifestyle and unending opulence.
Cape Town is an amazing city that is lucky enough to have the majestic Indian Ocean to the South and the vast Atlantic flanking it on the western horizon. Nestled on a lovely secluded strip of land 90 kilometers north of Cape Town is the beautiful that charms you with an inviting open design and grand ocean views that leave you simply spellbound. With a large dune on one side of the house offering ample privacy the rear of this trendy contemporary home opens up towards the beach thanks to the expansive use of sliding glass doors.
The owners of this beautiful home initially wanted an interior with strong Moroccan flavor but as time went on they decided to move away from the dramatic bright colors and bold patterns in favor of a more rustic look. Soon they turned towards the traditional English style as it reminded the husband of his native country and also offered a lovely balance between the rustic and the modern.