It was just a few days ago that we were talking about the possible revival of Tudor style and how modern designers are giving these classic homes a contemporary makeover without actually altering their distinct silhouettes. Today we have another beauty that perfectly exemplifies this seamless blend between old world charm and modern aesthetics.
Large glass doors and windows ensure that the exterior courtyard seems like a natural extension of the living space. Even the indoor pool is surrounded by sliding glass doors that quickly blur the lines between both worlds! A multitude of textures including concrete stone and wood are used to create a remarkably elegant home.
Renovating an old dreary home into a beautiful modern residence can be a demanding task at the best of times. In fact many of us find a small kitchen renovation or a bedroom makeover to be a task too cumbersome to undertake and therefore put if off infinitely!
This beautiful house in an affluent neighborhood of was originally built in the 1920s. With being popular from 1890 to the early 1940s in the US the house was built with distinct pitched gable roofs embellished doorways and other intricate features that were inherent to the style. The owners of the residence wanted to keep this timeless appeal intact despite ushering in a modern ambiance.
Waking up each morning to the sight of a lush green canopy and the early morning frenzy of birds just outside the window is indeed a great way to start the day. The private residence nestled in the gorgeous in promises all this and a whole lot more as it brings the outdoors inside. Designed by J.C.