The architects and interior designers made a smart choice to achieve this specific target by using low cost and traditional building materials for the home while they went for top notch décor in order to furnish the home and achieve the required ‘expensive and luxurious’ look.
Modern houses are becoming more and more innovative and bold when it comes to experimenting with various styles patterns and designs. The idea is to try and create a home that gives the owner exactly what he is looking for while it also stands out from the pack and showcases the skill and ingenuity of those who have designed it.
Your deck can extend in layers out further and further into your back yard or wrap around the side of your home for additional space. For example your deck could include a shaded space for reclining with a good book or outdoor countertops around the grill to assist with your cooking needs. No matter what you deck should be a place that’s designed just for you.
We end with the micro compact home (m-ch) an airy dwelling for one or two inhabitants. Inspired by aviation and automotive design this residence is cube-like in its shape and undeniably modern in its style. Designed in response to a demand for short stay living (think students weekend travelers and business people) m-ch brings the “less is more” philosophy to life!
The interiors are kept simple and not crowded and the ergonomic furnishings also help accentuate the home’s understated beauty. The stylish pool and the natural panorama surely allow you to kick back and live life at your own gentle pace.
The main rectangular structure is enhanced by sleeping and service spaces that sport the same form factor and add a sense of symmetry to the beach house. Warm and tranquil lighting along with the use of refreshing colors and shades make this a balanced boxed delight.
This next home takes the tree house concept to an entirely different level! Uniquely orb-like in shape The HemLoft was built by Joel Allen after an attempt to retire at age 26 proved unsuccessful. Yes behind this interesting dwelling is an equally interesting story! Not to mention the abode is named for the hemlock tree around which it is built. Check out the details at The HemLoft.