Creating a perfect blend of unadulterated old world charm and posh contemporary style is the Cat Hill Barn in Yorkshire. This 16th-Century English barn has an exterior that is left untouched while the sweeping spaces indoors are fragmented into smaller specific areas with the use of stone walls a fireplace and lighting. A state-of-the-art kitchen in black seems to blend effortlessly with the more rustic ambiance of the home and the private quarters are housed on the top level.
The high walls of the church are obviously perfect for the 25000 books in the bookstore and the spectacular interiors can get intimidating at times. A crucifix-shaped table in the café and awesome lighting complete this splendid makeover.
The constant unending rush of busy urban life in concrete jungles is driving many of us into the lap of nature for a more relaxed and organic lifestyle. Located in the idyllic commune of Snagov this fabulous residence is wrapped in a cloak of green and opens up toward the beautiful lake outside.
An elevated platform ensures that the view of the lake outside is visible from almost every corner of the living area and dining room. The double-height dining space looks even more spectacular thanks to the dazzling chandelier above that steals the show! The balanced use of Italian parquet rosewood and glass gives the home a refined appeal.
This beautiful apartment spread across 925 square feet is located on the ground floor of a building that was once the famous Straw Hat Factory in. Originally built in 1887 the structure has now been turned into a housing complex with 39 new apartments spread across various levels by Oscar Properties.