Color counts! In another Seattle living room we see how bright accents stand out against a neutral palette. Add the blue tones of the evening view outside and we have another layer of color in this eye-catching space.
Would you live in an underground dwelling? These structures are truly innovative and quite cozy as well. If above-ground habitats are more your speed would you stay in an underground hotel while on vacation? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…
There’s nothing like dining while overlooking the ocean. Or the forest. Or the city! Whatever the view the meal tastes that much better when beautiful scenery is involved. For example this California dining room by Harte Brownlee & Associates Interior Design seems twice as spacious with the ocean spread out before it!
The gardens at the front and the back of Casa Valna are linked stylishly with each other and with the plan of the house itself allowing them to be a natural extension of the interiors. The use of wood in a single stylish staircase that connects all the levels and décor in matching shades ensure that there is a sense of unobstructed continuity throughout.
We begin with a series of living spaces that put the “wow” in “wow factor”! When the world outside is stunning how do you properly frame it indoors? There’s no right way to invite a view inside but there are some key design decisions that maximize the natural beauty. For example why not blend indoors and outdoors by opening up the space? The room below creates a seamless transition from living space to outdoor space.