The facade of a modern house – just like the facade of an ancient castle – is the face of the building, reflecting its character. The Australian California House looks relaxed and understated from afar, but up close it is strikingly clad in red cedar. Look original and vertical bars of wooden shutters that protect the windows from the bright sun. The snow-white roof contrasts beautifully with the facade and the bright green surrounding.
Country Home Interior Decorated in soft light colors. White reflective wall coverings enhance the already spacious rooms. The floor is covered with perfectly matched sanded planks several shades darker than the ceiling.
The modern kitchen is also appealing because it's so space-saving. Unusual ginger hue draws attention to the island. Long and light, it doesn't look bulky, but it provides ample room for both cooking and family breakfast. A sink and a few drawers for storing kitchen utensils are integrated into the island.
The distinctive bathroom design is very harmonious. The room is fully tiled: white, sand and asphalt. The bright wood details and the unusual chair give the interior a special expressiveness. The dark lamp with its soft, golden glow also deserves special attention.
At dusk, the California House is painted in sunny hues. Large windows and brightly lit rooms give it an unusual radiance, while the wood-paneled walls take on a richer brownish-red hue.
Not only does the house light up from the inside, but also from the outside – for this, the craftsmen rigged a system of down-pointing skylights around the edge of the roof. The finishing of the terrace is almost indistinguishable from the coating of the end walls of the house.
At the same time, the home stands out from its neighbors with its bold design. And the house is not hidden from view by the trees –a single tall tree on the veranda does not prevent passers-by from admiring its stylish facade, and the more curious can even see the living room through the panoramic windows.