The area between the lower base and the top floor is used as the living quarters with the ergonomic modern kitchen and the spacious dining hall. The grand use of stone and glass marks the distinct look of this beautiful house as wooden accents are pretty much nowhere to be found.
Also known as the Teletubby House Malator rests over Wales’ St. Bride’s Bay peering out from its glassy perch in a partially-hidden yet distinguished two-bedroom retreat. A metal chimney pokes out from the grassy roof as shown below. This home was commissioned by politician Bob Marshall-Andrews and his wife Gill.
Ah the beauty of a room with a view! There’s no better way to feel like you’re on vacation every day than to surround yourself with the scenic allure of nature all from the comfort of your couch. Today we feature 20 amazing rooms with equally amazing views. From oceanfront spaces to tropical havens each featured room welcomes the outdoors with large glass windows that celebrate the wonder of forest ocean or hillside.
At a certain level the obvious intent of the designers to create a ‘tropical retreat’ styled home is pretty obvious and one has to say that they have largely succeeded in their effort. Compact draped in white and gray and sporting a relaxing terrace space that automatically carries you into a ‘holiday spirit’ one would find it pretty difficult to get any work done in such a beautiful setting!
The city is a stunning backdrop to a modern interior like this eclectic New York dining room. Outdoor shades of gray and white nicely complement the interior’s colorful touches which include Mid-Century-style finds and more ornate family heirlooms.