Luxury has a way of always fitting in – even in the pure nature. A big open and well-lit house that is placed in the midst of a forest is the ideal home for people who crave privacy and peace but don’t want to give up the comfort of enjoying a luxurious house!
Part of a modern Aussie home designed to meet the demands of a family with four kids; the new poolside hangout is draped in plywood giving it a cozy inviting appeal. Its open design allows the pool to become a part of the bunker with modular seating and comfy cushions creating the perfect relaxation and party zone.
A gable roof ensures that the central living area kitchen and dining area feel truly spacious with iconic décor pieces like the Arco Floor Lamp and the Saarinen Tulip Table adding to the distinct charm of this Vermont escape.
Beyond the passive solar design principles a lovely garden and green landscape around the residence add to its sustainable style. Despite a modest street façade the house opens up towards the rear and brings the outdoors inside.
Treehouses have some of the most amazing views! It would be a shame to limit yourself to only watching the natural surroundings from the deck or a small window. A treehouse with glass walls doesn’t just offer a fantastic view in all directions it’s also incredibly spacious and luminous!
This is exactly why Dan Gayfer Design decided to create a smart versatile and modern multi-tasking family room that also serves as a relaxing social for the entire family TV room home office and a whole lot more! Part of the transformation that saw the acquire a more efficient interior the new family room is indeed a space-savvy showstopper!
A fully wooden cabin is lovely and traditional but it can become a monotonous sight if all sides of the house are exactly the same and there is no variety. Big windows are an important piece to include into the design as they will create not only an illuminated interior but also an innovative exterior!