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:
Upstairs on the wooden staircase and we leave the rocky world behind. That’s where the bedrooms are. Neat rich in details and inviting the rooms are decorated to suit a purpose — relaxation.
The unabated views of Washington Lake Mt. Rainier and North Cascades defined the way the house was conceived. Adding to this gorgeous natural setting is the use of water features inside the home to create an ambient atmosphere.
Our last featured upcycled silo home is not made from a silo that holds grain. In fact this home was designed from a silo used to hold oil. Introducing the Oil Silo Home designed by PinkCloud.dk. The concept for this home involves recycling oil silos and turning them into affordable housing. Below we see the home envisioned with the help of a variety of software programs.
Glazed surfaces and ergonomic shelves accentuate the contemporary style of the two bedrooms and the master bedroom. But the real star of the show here is a lavish and indulgent terrace that could throw one rocking party! Apart from offer great views you can find a living area a dining space barbeque corner a refreshing pool and even a completely furnished bar. And in case you are too tired after partying hard a resting area will help you recuperate!
Note the sculptural element brought to this interior by the side-by-side placement of silos. The strategic placement of silos also creates privacy. Semicircular walls surround residents with curved protection as shown below with a cozy bedroom area.
Below we see a “before” shot of the silo. It’s hard to believe it would soon become an upscale lodging destination! This unit can accommodate up to two adults and two children: