A colorful rug in the hall really adds a lot more than one would expect to the entire space while a modern fireplace set in a glass case an unassuming yet regally lit bookshelf and chic furnishings combine to create an atmosphere of understated class.
This four-bedroom one-story home is designed to consume less energy than it generates thanks to features like a ground source heat pump photovoltaic panels and a wind turbine that generates renewable energy. Below we see the home’s interior complete with its contrast of dark walls and a white ceiling:
A look inside reveals a cozy living space. Wooden details create warmth and a variety of light sources achieve a golden glow. For more details on the building of this amazing dwelling check out BeingSomewhere.net.
We end with a shot of the dining area. Once again an all-white palette is featured as well as an overall minimalist vibe. Every detail counts including a series of single roses in vases that stretch along the tabletop. So here’s the big question — Keep in mind that houseboats are typically not connected to a sewer yet mobility certainly has its benefits.
Sustainable heating and cooling are highlights of these “underground” dwellings which manage to look both sleek and cozy in the snow: At night the hillside is alive with the glow of occupied hostels. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows give guests a view of the scenic landscaping while creating an undeniably modern feel to these contemporary dwellings…