Somerset Home in California Has a Stunning Farmhouse Design. Many homes these days prefer to use modern or contemporary design. Not just because it looks great but it is also trendy and practical. But that does not mean that other design styles are no longer used. In fact, many homeowners still use traditional interiors while others opt for neat yet artistic Scandinavian spaces. Did you know that other homeowners actually want to mix two different styles? Yes, some homes actually put together modern design with other styles. And guess, what? It works really well! It results in a stunning space that is unique and practical for the users. This is what the designers did to a home in Newport Beach, California. The project is called Somerset and its interior adopted farmhouse style. But it is beautifully combined with some contemporary features.
Apartment MICF Combines Modern Interior and Brazilian Style. Sometimes, we want to integrate some cultural elements into our homes. This way, we are able to bring some aspect of the family's history into the interior. Who said that this isn't possible? We have seen many homes that are designed this way. When done in this manner, the house looks even more personalized and the guests can feel that they aren't just welcomed into a house but they are also given a glimpse of who the family really is. Amazing, right? You can do that too! Simply adding photographs of your family and some decors that have value to you can already contribute to this homey feeling.
Apartment M Features Creative Ways to Define a Space. The apartment, located in the heart of Bucharest, offers a panoramic view towards the urban landscape. The family's way of life is similar to the context, being communicative, flexible and dynamic. These aspects were the main elements that lead to the definition of the new functional and spatial scheme: the opening of the daytime spaces, but without giving up the possibility of separating them if needed, and the separation of the night time area, that offers a high level of intimacy for each family member. Hence, the end result for the design of Apartment M integrates the kitchen and the office to the existing generous living room as an intersection of two rectangular volumes, with the dining area, right in the center of this intersection, becoming a “hot spot” of the house. Thus, functions merge into a common image, where wood, both horizontally and vertically disposed, covering storage area, provides fluidity and unity of the space, creating a neutral background at the same time.
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