The combination of advanced architectural trends and the natural specifics of the land often becomes one of the most important aspects shaping the design of any modern home.
Nestled on scenic San Juan Island, Washington, the North Bay residence has gracefully adapted to the environment, taking a notable step forward toward the direction of sustainability in the building's interior design.
It was originally proposed to cut down century-old, beautiful trees to create a more spacious area, but the homeowners decided otherwise. Prentiss Architects were inspired by the idea and designed a place carefully blending with nature, being comfortable and aesthetically pleasing.
The use of different textures to create comfort in the rooms has become a popular decision, and a nice combination of modern and rustic styles clearly shows this trend in the living room and bedroom.
Steel framed panoramic windows allow the interior to interact with the exterior.
Extensive wood surfaces and concrete fireplace panels set a particular contrast to the image.
Readers of Forum City couldn't agree more that nature certainly contributes its charm to the works of design art!