By Mailys Yannick. Living Room. Publised at Saturday, October 07th 2017, 19:44:40 PM. This somewhat traditional living room is an example of how an unusual color like moss green can go to the wall. Accent walls are great, don’t get us wrong, but moss green is not really that much of a favorite, but pairing it with grey furniture, everything seems to work out just great!
By Francine Orianne. Architecture. Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 20:10:16 PM. The client’s choice of using white and black dominates the interior of the house. The small and limited space in the kitchen is enough to let the client easily have access to it while in the living room. This white dining set emphasized the contemporary concept of the interior.
By Gervaise Alexandra. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 21:16:47 PM. This picture says a thousand words about hiring a professional photographer and interior stylist when shooting interiors. But let us just say that the Coconut Chair in the distance plays off a strong angle created by this island and the coordinating angle on the ceiling.
By Mailys Yannick. Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 21:12:12 PM. This picture says a thousand words about hiring a professional photographer and interior stylist when shooting interiors. But let us just say that the Coconut Chair in the distance plays off a strong angle created by this island and the coordinating angle on the ceiling.
By Adeline Estelle. Living Room. Published at Monday, December 11th 2017, 20:08:46 PM. Seen in this living room is a vintage mid-century modern arm chair with its original burnt orange textile. It makes an elegant pairing with the simple plaster fireplace and wall hung American Walnut entertainment console.
By Francine Orianne. Architecture. Published at Sunday, December 10th 2017, 19:51:14 PM. One common feature of the house is the windows around it like the one we can see it. Because of the glass windows, the bedroom has a good amount of natural light in it. I love the simplicity of this bedroom with an addition of blue colors for the bench.
By Isabelle Marise. Architecture. Published at Saturday, December 09th 2017, 19:39:15 PM. Meanwhile, the landscaping of the house is designed so that the outdoors flows into the internal living spaces, visually and spatially connecting the two. The north facing aspect of the rear yard provides excellent opportunities for passive solar heating. One nice feature of this home is the operable timber screening on the first floor as well an overhang over the ground floor control the building from overheating during the warmer months
By Caroline Arielle. Architecture. Published at Thursday, December 07th 2017, 19:15:53 PM. The back side of the house is facing Hunters Hill river plot view. From its outdoor space at the back side of the house, the unobstructed view from the river plot view is achieved, and, it is the very reason on why this outdoor space is open to its fullest through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Also, a veranda is available to cater more outdoor spaces.
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