Home Design Published by Amanda Holguin, Thursday, May 04th 2017, 15:22:09 PM.
The Wooden House, as it was called, provides an entire of 82 square meters or 89 yards of living area also is placed in a country named Slovenia. Its design is minimalist but it is perched in a beautiful forest glade which offers it a gorgeous view as well as a lot of of privacy. A feature of the home is the aspect that it has a long-lasting exterior covering which was required if it were to provides its dwellers shelter from the terrible weather.
One more explaining characteristic for this plan is the truth that the border between the internal with the external spaces is distinct as well as not clear also the relation is strong as well as natural. The terrain floor has a coated facade which mounts the views also brings in a great quantity of natural light but also lets the vibrant colors of the forest to infiltrate and begin to be a proportion of the interior decor as well.
Wood is the most important material that was used in every part of the project, covering inside the residence. The interior walls, floor as well as ceiling are padded with wood and this produces a warm with extremely cozy ambiance in the absence of making an impression of a rustic feel. It assists that the decor is minimalist as well as mostly focused on what is practical also functional.
The living area with kitchen also dining room together with bathroom settled the ground floor as well as a wood also metal staircase provides access to the upstairs where the attic space is located. This section is arranged into a number of spaces, one of which is the primary sleeping room as well as another a bedroom for the kids, with custom-built bunk beds. We hope this cozy wooden house project could provides you some ideas and inspirations.
This simple wooden house in located in woodlands and can boast of amazing views and much privacy.
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