This elegant home boasts a great looking living room and an equally great-looking patio and view. The glass sliding doors are perfect for the part, and whether you are staying inside this living room or choose to stay out, it works nicely both ways. The color choices are minimal and the dark tones are perfect to match the lighting from the pretty chandelier.
In this case the flowery painting and trees beyond work really well together. Low, winter light comes in through the argon-filled triple-pane low-E glass to further heat up the polished concrete floors, which have their own radiant heating. The sun on the floor reduces the need for the radiant heating, letting the heat dissipate throughout the day.
For sure you noticed that giant foot sculpture! Isnít that interesting as an art deco feature in the house? The color the sculpture and the console is a good contrast to the white living room furniture. The dining-family room sits beneath a warm-and-welcoming beamed ceiling which opens completely to the terrace. A palette of sky blues and wood creates an indoor-outdoor connection.
Wooden sliding doors can be used in modern interiors like in this house. The dark colored doors complement what little left seen of the floor. It is subtle but absolutely works well especially by contrasting the white fireplace, couchm and lamps.
Another gray fireplace where a large art work is being installed. By doing this, the living room looked even more beautiful. Although the fireplace used a dark color, the area still appeared bright because of the windows around it. A perfect contrast of white and gray is seen here. And on the sides of the fireplace are open shelves wherein books are arranged according to their colors. Nice, right?
The design of the pillow added to the mid-century leather chair looks creepy and at the same time representative of pop culture even when this entire house actually is mid-century inspired. I love the color combination done here and I think it totally looks incredible and interesting.