Every square inch counts in the kitchen which is why a series of wall-mounted shelves and hooks neatly house dishes pots pans and other utensils. Note how everything is accommodated yet the space feels anything but cluttered:
The site on which these huts rest was once an RV campground. The homes are grouped as a team yet each one faces the mountains so the view is expansive rather than crowded. For more information on renting these stunning homes located in located in Washington’s Methow Valley check out Rolling Huts.
Extensive use of glass in the form of sliding floor-to-ceiling windows also offers for visual connectivity with the gorgeous garden in the back. Stylish pendant lighting and plush décor in darker hues offer a pleasant contrast to the white walls present throughout.
Today at Decoist we go modular. In fact these modular homes are so spectacular we can’t decide what we like best about them! Is it the innovative design? Perhaps it’s the way they lend themselves to green living. Or maybe it’s their ability to maximize space in the most interesting of ways. It’s hard to deny the uniqueness of modular homes.
An ergonomic contemporary kitchen beautiful décor also sporting neutral shades and a splattering of wooden surfaces along with the flooring give the home a warm and inviting appearance. The bedrooms utilize sliding glass doors so that one can enjoy the lovely breeze outside on a lovely Melbourne evening. A terrace that promises unabated views of the city and its ever-changing sights and sounds tops off this luxury home. Currently awaiting its new owners it could be yours if you hurry!
Would you ever live in an upcycled silo? This type of innovative living may not be for everyone. If you wouldn’t dwell in a silo would you stay the night in a silo hotel? Share your thought by leaving a comment below…
Apart from a sporadic touch of color the house largely sticks to a semi-minimalist approach. If you have €850000 and change to spare then you could call the fabulous Vilamoura House in Faro your own!