With a breezy metallic structure and an interior that only uses unassuming colors like white black and gray the focus here remains firmly on the mesmerizing scenery that sets the tone for unending parties and a tranquil holiday atmosphere. Complete with a small living zone a kitchen and a dining area every aspect of the pool house aims to bring together contemporary comfort with the natural beauty of the lakeside escape.
Cozy and comforting the living area with its corner fireplace plush rug and smart seating options sets the tone for the charming dining space and kitchen in white. Shelves and wall storage units are kept to a minimum and even the existing units seem to blend in with the backdrop effortlessly. A snug bedroom modern bathroom and game room with pool table complete this attractive Danish home wrapped in natural goodness.
If you’ve always wanted to live in a waterfront home how about taking that dream a step further with a water home? Perhaps that isn’t the most melodious of phrases but you know what we mean right? Many floating homes have the option of being transported pretty much anywhere they can be docked and unlike houses the shore buoyant residences are much more resilient to rising tides. Check out our selection of marvelous below and let us know which one of them floats boat the most.
A former barge dating back to 1909 this buoyant Stockholm abode makes the most of its industrial past with decor that complements its seafaring features. The easy breezy interiors are filled with light thanks to a skylight and some original porthole windows while navy and aqua accents contrast nicely against crisp white walls.
Windows were kept to a bare minimum with just three large windows on the main living area offering scenic views of the mountain terrain outside. A smart air circulation system and a black corrugated steel exterior make the home even more energy-efficient.
The idea behind the project was simple enough in principle but far harder to execute. The harsh weather of the region meant that the new home needed the right insulation and an air circulation system that kept the interiors fresh while keeping the heat indoors.
Utilizing a timber frame from a nineteenth-century barn and turning it into a modern home that can brave the chilly winters of the is a tough and tricky task indeed. But this is precisely what the ingenious folks from Kimberly Peck Architect accomplished as they gave shape to the environmentally conscious.