Architects from TheConstructionZone have undertaken the renovation of a house built in 1998 in Phoenix AZ. What do we like most about this new home? The amazing strategy of using concrete as an accent wall together with quality wood and fancy furniture that will surely catch your eye. I mean honestly look at this patio setup with the fireplace and the concrete wall above. Or this modern home office or the way the concrete reflects in these mirrors.
It might be the Atlantic Ocean and its windy breeze that inspired this home. But it could also be the enthralling creativity of a young and talented team of Argentinian designers who wanted a break from stereotypes in order to create a home with a distinct character. Were they successful in their goal? We’ll let you be the judge of that…
Unassuming in its appeal Redhead Home renovation features roof water collection and a recycling system low-energy LED lighting top-notch insulation and a design that incorporates passive heating and cooling strategies. An interior clad in neutral hues and lighting that breathes life into the living areas complete the transformation.
One of my all-time favorite design books is written in 1986 and packed with amazing photos showcasing the latest in urban design from the ’80s. The book was given to my husband and me when we moved to our new place and I’ve returned to it time and time again when brainstorming design ideas for our home. Even though the book is now decades old there are some timeless images that speak to popular loft style: the chic modern vibe the industrial look and the artist’s dwelling.
Check out the windows in the kitchen below. For many loft spaces imperfect windows are a true plus bringing a sense of history and character home. Also note how open shelving contributes to the distinct style of this room:
Contemporary residences are increasingly becoming all about a seamless integration of the interiors with the natural exterior. Located on a rocky coastal strip in California the offers amazing ocean views while its lavish interiors extend outdoors thanks to the breathtaking patio and pool deck.
There is an understated touch of cool Coastal style throughout the house which is coupled with smart Mediterranean overtones. The interior embraces the cool neutral color palette used outside and seems like a natural extension of the spectacular landscape.