There are two ways of looking at a home that comes with a neutral color palette bland walls and a lack of personality. You can either view it as a boring home without any excitement or you can use the opportunity to unleash your creative juices and turn it into an inviting home that reflects your personality.
The creative addition not only increased the square footage of the home but also connected the interior with the backyard through the wonderful use of glass doors. This helped create a visually larger space where the outdoors feels like a seamless extension of the kitchen and the dining area.
The minimal kitchen and dining area in white offers the perfect backdrop for the large Tom Dixon Stout pendant in brass to shine through. With the timeless Tulip chairs and table shaping the dashing dining room the entire bachelor pad seems like a treasure chest for those who love their midcentury pieces.
The is an absolute masterpiece that seamlessly combines several outdoor spaces decks and courtyards with the interior to blur the lines between both worlds. It is the landscape around the house that’s the true here as it leaves you spellbound with its gorgeous lighting flowing elegance and sweeping grandeur.
While the home has a limited footprint the architects opened up the interior towards the small garden outside to give the residence a more airy cheerful ambiance. Large glass walls and sliding glass doors effortlessly extend the living area outside and the small porch becomes an integral part of the interior in warmer months.