On our forum about interior design you can see a lot of interesting ideas, but this is the first time we present to you.
This one of a kind house was designed by Chris Pardo Design. It is located in Seattle, Washington, USA. Its special feature is the natural light, panoramic view and privacy.
The many windows and the stylishly finished interior fittings are an eye-catcher. Wood elements and a Japanese garden around it enliven such a modern building. Leaving the concrete without finishing would seem to be wild, but in this version looks very original.
Sufficiently bright living room is made in different shades, and the presence of an armchair of bright green color, is a bold decision. It influenced the gracefulness of this room. And to emphasize this, the designers added a matching picture: the view from the window will not leave indifferent any visitor.
Notice the carpet in a modern interior. It just accentuates the sophistication of the house and makes it more comfortable.
The bedroom has a standard look. Nothing extraneous, as residents spend minimal time in this room. But if you look into the bathroom, the rich green will plunge you into a real wild jungle.
Large brown tiles give the impression that you're touching the ground directly, while white furniture immerses you in the clouds.
This house also has a nook for the little ones. Well noted by the architects that the kids like to be on high. So by locating the playground on the top floor, they did just that.
This is the only room that is overflowing with cheerful colors, which can't help but make even adults happy. This kind of nursery interior will appeal to any child.
The lower level consists of a suite with private bath, a parent unit and two garages. On the second floor there are two bedrooms, a large hall and a green roof living room. The third features a playroom, an extra room and a covered shed overlooking Puget Sound.
Designed for a young family. It presents four forms, located on 1500 square meters. Cottage focuses on keeping privacy, naturalness and maximum visibility of the scenery.
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