Totaling nearly 2,500 square feet, the loft is shockingly spacious. The open concept living room, which easily fits a sectional sofa boasts high ceilings and a wall of large windows that let in a wealth of sunlight. Hardwood floors and a ceiling filled with wooden beams sandwich an exposed brink
Anybody who read my last article on interior design trends in 2014, you would have noticed a continuing trend within it: Loads and loads of blues. Blue is the color for 2014 and is without a doubt a winner for kitchens also.
Modern furniture adorns the social living area, comprising the kitchen (incorporating also a dining area) and the living room. Blending in harmony, modern and traditional come together, giving birth to a unique shelter in the middle of the woods, perfect to disconnect from the daily routine and recharge with freshness.
Again, we’re going natural black countertops here using black granite or quartz. Whether left glossy, or has a dull matte finish, in contrast with a cool white interior, oozes a timeless and clean cry of, ‘I’m not new, but I’m here to stay, and I look GOOD!’. It’s
Iron support beams mark the entry into the kitchen, which is decked out with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. A breakfast bar leads the eye into the dining area, which, though narrow, impressively accommodates seating for ten.
A modern fireplace completes the social zone, where the inhabitants can enjoy quality relaxation time after having a harmonious family meal. A family of six relocated from California to Virginia and purchased a large home, but knew the kitchen area needed a total transformation.
Known for its hand-crafted, high performance kitchens, Henrybuilt has recently launched a new line of drawer accessories. The line is illustrative of the company’s focus on the integration of function, beauty, craft and durability all coming together in a particular way to create a great living experience. The hand-crafted accessories
“The communal nature of this plan is reinforced downstairs, with a lavish wet bar and roomy living space perfect for entertaining guests,” they added. “With its vaulted ceilings and grand vistas, the master suite serves as a cozy retreat from today’s busy lifestyle.”
The natural untreated cedar wood used for both, interior and exterior, enhances the feeling of natural living. Even when inside, the inhabitants experience the benefits of the outdoors. The house open to the surrounding site through large wood-frame windows and doors, overlooking the deck and of course, the lake.
Outside kitchens, like the one below and the pool house kitchen in the cover picture are on the up. While they’ve been growing and have been popular in the United States, other countries have yet to pick up on the trend.
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