The interior of the home boasts curved walls and minimal furniture. When the architecture is this interesting why detract from it with a cluttered living space? This next room gets it just right…
Modern bathrooms with glass shower enclosures and plush bedrooms complete the revamped residence. A minimalist extension was successfully added with subtlety to offer the perfect ambiance.
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.
We now zoom in a little closer to see a detailed view of a Coodo modular home. Note the gleaming glass windows and the modern interior that features a mix of bright white materials and wooden finishes for a stunning contrast. Also eye catching is the use of rounded corners on indoor cabinets which creates forms that perfectly mirror the shape of the home itself!
The innovative structure basically consists of three distinctively separate sections which combine seamlessly with one another. A carport that doubles up as an external patio area is the first to greet you with a large glass enclosure that is right next to it providing for a relaxing lounge area. The glass box has been designed to provide unobstructed views of the flowing river as you also enjoy a 360 degree view of the world outside.
Plush décor and ergonomic shelves that disappear into the walls bring understated class. A beautiful staircase with seemingly ‘floating’ wooden steps leads to the upper level with five-bedrooms and stunning bathrooms.
Technically our next featured dwelling isn’t a house–it’s a hotel! The Gruene Homestead Inn in New Braunfels Texas is billed as “one of the most distinctive units available” at the inn. And this unit is the equivalent of a one-bedroom loft apartment built into a 1940s grain silo.