When the house is surrounded by such a cozy garden, the windows must necessarily be large. This family home in Texas is a wonderful mix of modern American style and country living. All shades of beige and brown are amazingly combined with warm sunlight penetrating the huge windows. A fireplace, a lot of sofa areas and the backyard, drowning in the lights – the best embodiment of comfort!
The owners of this beautiful country home previously lived in a cottage tucked deep in the woods, so for their new house they had only one wish – as many windows as possible on all sides. The architects from Wade Weissman accepted the challenge and created a truly spacious and bright house, which is abundantly filled with natural light throughout the day. It’s actually a complex of several buildings forming a modern micro-farm. The owners really keep horses here, but their main pride is a unique collection of retro cars!
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!
Wood, natural materials and a plenty of daylight – it’s all about this wonderful apartment in Spain. Despite the abundance of furniture and accessories, interiors look rather minimal, there is an airy feel here. Cozy balconies with shutters, large windows and olive trees remind of a sunny and hot summer and create an enjoyable light atmosphere in the apartment. Especially we loved the shower area, an unusual sink with two faucets, as well as the fireplaces. Inspiring and very cozy home!
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!
Living room with a big library on two walls and a fireplace is certainly the central place in this cozy traditional French country house. It’s easy to imagine the owners spending most of their time at home here. Quite unusual to see so much wood in a French interior, nevertheless, it really looks great here, ensuring complete relaxation. Once again we admire gorgeous French design!
Dark tones in combination with a light wood and the proper lighting can be as much cozy as gentle pastel shades. This cottage in Norway is filled with a warm homy atmosphere: candlesticks, lamps, textiles, natural decor, chalk board. In such a home you would want to plunge into pleasant domestic chores and rather start preparing for the upcoming holidays. Enjoy the photos!
Fireplaces always give very special and even magical moments. Especially there is pouring rain or frosty weather outside the window, it’s so nice just to get together with dear people and enjoy long cozy evenings! Today we have 15 beautiful living rooms where a fireplace is a center of everything. Hope they will give you some good inspirations!
Country home and natural materials is always a great combination. Not every apartment can have wooden beams, a fireplace, a dining area-veranda – all these are attributes of a country house. After all, when from your windows you see a lawn, a garden and a piece of wood, natural materials look incredibly organic. In the spacious and bright house in Hamptons, there are also leather furniture, ethnic accessories, and of course loft style elements. Very cool and inspiring home with an abundance of interesting details!
That’s what loft means in the true sense of the word. The former flour mill building, open pipes and communications on the ceiling, concrete finishing, very high ceilings, a lot of huge windows and mostly open space – all specific loft elements are present in this industrial apartment in Denver. There are no hints of other styles or trade-offs, it’s a real loft!