When you live in a city where you can enjoy the weather outside almost all year long it does makes sense to design a home that seamlessly blends the interior with the outdoors. Nestled in a lovely little neighborhood of the designed by Paul Cremoux Studio is a wonderful example of a flowing design where the exterior and interior become one.
Add to it the fact that the room is largely devoid of permanent fixtures and rigid features and it can be easily turned into an additional family room home office or even a guest space a few years down the line.
A plant wall lovely intermediate gardens and green zones along with a warm color palette ensure that this Mexican home feels as inviting as it looks. With the lower level housing the public areas and the top floor holding the bedrooms it is simplicity in design and clarity of thought that shape Casa Desnuda.
Nestled in a bustling urban neighborhood of Mexico embraces this love for raw materials that are allowed to shine through in all their glory even while filling the home with comfort elegance and class. Designed by Taller Estilo Arquitectura it is a natural color palette that steals the spotlight at this Mexican residence!
The two central pieces of this dramatic home grace the dining space that sits next to the living area with a TIE Fighter-inspired dining table and the bright red Darth Maul double-bladed lightsaber.
The concept of outdoor living is nothing new in Texas with homes in the region always favoring a pavilion style and an open ambiance that seamlessly connects the interior with the outdoors. With the weather in Texas favoring such style it is barely a surprise that the homeowners of this tranquil cottage nestled in a hip neighborhood of opted for an extension that was all about the outdoors.
Instead of having to pick up every single item neatly organize it on the shelves or store items in giant baskets the new mom of this Melbourne home can simply open up the toy-box floor and sweep away the mountain of toys! It is easy does not really break your back and you definitely are creating new storage space that has never been tapped into.