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!
In another view of the living space we see a wall mirror recessed lighting and two large mineral specimens that add earthy interest: Check out the kitchen below complete with a refrigerator and a GE oven powered by propane. The dining area is tucked neatly against the window so there’s room to eat live and breathe.
Next we get a glimpse of the home’s interior which features modern accents impressive windows and a wooden staircase. Zoning codes required that the building be lower toward the street yet it could increase in height as the land moved away from the road. The result a dwelling the grows in height as you move up the hillside. The home is located in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
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.
But don’t think it’s as simple as emptying the grain and moving in the furniture! Today’s featured abodes have been the product of thoughtful renovation. From connecting two silos to slicing them in half and using them as walls inside of another home a variety of techniques are employed in the creation of these dwellings. Check out the images that follow and see which silo could be the house of your dreams!
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…
Wood is the prime material for everything in the house. It looks old (salvaged) but extremely chic at the same time. In the large living room everything is cozy relaxed and sprinkled with some French touches. In the kitchen although small everything is well organized and has its place. Plenty of natural light fills the dining area adding character to the whole setup.