- Rustic wall cladding wood – panels of Wonderwall Studios
- Painted purple reasons fantasy card tree
- Second floor in a checkerboard pattern
- Models Attractive dining table by Koket-Guilty Pleasures Collection
- Colorful bedspreads
- Woodworking on the floor, wall and ceiling
- Bedding in bright colors
- Modern feeder attracts birds in the garden
- Regal niche in the wall
- Interpreting an eclectic mix of classic leather sofas
Stone and glass opens to the landscape
A house made of glass and stone opens the idyllic landscape of La Quinta, California. The new building is a XTEN architects of the project. The sophisticated concept protects people against the extreme conditions of the desert. To use solid concrete panels that sunroofs, while good renovation and glass facades of high-quality protect the house from the north wind.
House of glass and stone - modern architecture with the concept of reflective
The glass and stone house consists of three volumes of concrete structure, glass and natural stone. The U-shaped building faces south - three structures to give a small garden around. The façade richly stained glass window on the second floor reveals a spectacular view of the surroundings, while the ground floor of a modern system of various Gleitschiebetüren creates a seamless connection between indoor and outdoor spaces. The garden is screened by a cozy patio from prying eyes. Comfortable sun loungers invite you to relax outdoors while cooling the pool on hot summer days.
House of glass and stone happy with eclectic decor
House of glass, concrete and stone fascinated with an eclectic interior. A large hall occupies the entire first floor. Minimalist kitchen with gray doors without handle goes with crystal chandeliers in the dining room. Comfortable seating with two orange chairs in the style of the '70s has added to its interior. Neutral color palette characterizes the interior - upholstery color sand stone natural loose inside, while the kitchen gray gives the interior a touch of modernity. White tiles create a visual connection between the different zones. The second floor houses the master bedroom and bathroom - decorated in a minimalist style. Decoration, the architects have abandoned - the beautiful scenery and get a better leverage.
Crystal chandelier in the dining room
The seamless connection between the house and the garden
metal sliding doors provide privacy for the garden
The building offers sun and wind protection