A home that blurs the line between its expansive interior and gorgeous landscape that surrounds it – this definitely is a trend in home design that is only climbing up the popularity charts with each passing day! The in Washington is another gorgeous private residence that epitomizes this trend with a hint of classic charm and traditional Seattle flair thrown into the mix.
Keeping an eye on the little ones was the priority as the living area was custom crafted using aluminum and glass partitions that offered a peaceful workspace while keeping it connected with every other area on the lower level of the residence.
Designed more as a vacation hub that can house friends and family with ease it is the master bedroom guest bedrooms and bathrooms that take up the major portion of the private section of the home.
Once you take a look at the half acre pastoral site that the home sits in it is easy to understand why the homeowners wanted to revert back to an indoor-outdoor design that blends the structure of the home with the lush green world around it.
The living area and bedrooms on the upper level also shun bright color with books accessories and accent pillows bringing in a hint of colorful allure. With vines covering the double-story party walls and creating a natural and private outdoor space the new owners find themselves spending as much time outdoors as inside this revitalized townhouse.
Adapting to the needs of its denizens and using fun geometric shapes and contrasting textures to keep the interior interesting this Israeli home is designed to evolve with changing lifestyle choices and decorating trends.
Originally built in the 1950s the sweeping family home was subsequently altered several times resulting in changes that destroyed its beauty and played havoc with the interior space. It took a fabulous makeover from David Coleman Architecture to undo the mess!