This home seems ideal for to escape to the mountains during cold season, and spend several days in a warm cozy atmosphere. And you can not even get out of the house – inside is so nice and comfortable that you want to settle down comfortably on the couch or armchair, and just watch the nature through a huge window. A cozy fireplace, a lot of warm textiles, candles and a wood – what a wonderful nest!
Perhaps log houses will never come out of fashion. Despite all the modern technic of wood processing and innovative principles of mountain homes construction, the demand for traditional buildings is not decreasing. This old traditional winter chalet in France, which was recently restored by local designers, once again confirms this fact. Just look how cozy it is!
Mountain chalet Amande in French resort Megeve is a wonderful mix of traditional Alpine façade, modern design with an abundance of wood and retro accents in the form of photos and posters on the walls. The house has many windows and an open layout of the common areas, that means that throughout the day the rooms are filled with warm sunlight. All of this made it possible to create a truly cozy atmosphere. Enjoy!
When you look at photographs of such houses, you realize that there is something more than just good architecture and a cozy design. The top class design is when there is a complete harmony of the modern structure of natural materials with the surrounding nature. When the home does not interfere, but vice versa, it fits perfectly into the landscape, is its integral part. And this house in New Zealand is just such – modern, eco-friendly, incredible. It’s just a fairy tale!
The story behind this home is not new, but still wonderful: in the picturesque Spanish countryside, there was a lovely but abandoned mountain cottage. But one day a big family have bought it and decided to put a soul into its reconstruction. The first step was to open the interiors to nature – one of the walls was made of glass just to take most of the views. Also, some partitions inside the house were demolished, because the old structure had a large number of small and cramped rooms. And in the end the house was filled with magnificent furniture and a decor of natural materials. So cozy and warm!
Everyone knows that best winters are in Norway, with lots of snow and real frosts. It is no wonder that Norwegians know a lot about winter rest, and their wooden cottages are always so cozy and warm. This wonderful chalet high in the mountains can be called an ideal place to spend winter holidays: there is a large living room with stunning views, several fireplace areas, enjoyable natural materials and a stylish design. Real dream!
The portfolio of photographer Eric Pieasecki is so versatile and inspiring that a single post is not enough to show all his beautiful work. On Monday we introduced you to his interiors and today we wanted to concentrate on amazing mountain homes found in his portfolio. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
This tranquil modern home in Australia with white facade is an ideal place for its owners to revive and recharge after busy working week. Airy interiors were created with a minimalist approach that is unpretentious yet adorned with functional quality. Great calming home!
The owners of this cozy chalet apartment in Spain say their home looks like a bar of chocolate because of the shade of wood used for wall and ceiling decoration. In addition, textiles and decor serve as a filling of cream and strawberry. What a sweet comparison for wonderful dwelling!
This cozy chalet apartment is located in a popular ski resort in North Spain that is famous for its slopes and beautiful nature. But the owners admit they often don’t want to go anywhere outside and rather stay at home wrapped in plaid by the fireplace. And when we see these beautiful pictures we understand why.