I've seen a lot of tall and classic designs, many of which use cool tones or minimalist lines to emphasize a sense of luxury and luxury. Warm colors are suitable for families with children.
So how do you find balance between warmth and luxury?
Today we are presenting an example of a family of three that can be seen as a spatial planning model.
The original wood mesh façade has a strong rustic feel, while floor-to-ceiling windows make interior look cleaner and more transparent.
In front hall of garden, pleasant landscape plants are planted that echo whole building and create a feeling of warmth and comfort.
The dining room and kitchen on ground floor lead directly to garden, with a central island design and a combined dining and kitchen layout. Efficient and comfortable moving lines.
The staircase is located in middle of corridor, and at end is living room, which can be used as an indoor study space.
The second floor of dining room is guest bedroom, which is a space for parents and children to study in a grid by window. Lots of fun.
The bathroom is also decorated by window in a single and natural color tone.
The second floor of living room is master bedroom, which is really separated from the guest bedroom without interfering with each other.
The open courtyard has been designed with a terrace for receiving guests, while layout without a pool provides more space for activities.
The side wall of house was used by owner to create a personal vegetable garden, and ingredients for it are self-sufficient.