The Oil Silo Home’s interior is no less impressive than its exterior. Would you have expected a rendering with anything but modern decor?! Clean-lined sofas add comfort and sleek style while an indoor garden is the ultimate green statement:
In the next featured image we get a closer look at the way a curved silo adds a tiled wall effect to this charming bathroom. Traditional features combine with the industrial backdrop created by the silo wall.
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.
This opulent five-bedroom home has everything from a refreshing pool to a large terrace space that offers unabated views of the surrounding landscape. The home clubs open living with ample privacy to offer the best of both worlds.
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!
Both artificial lighting fixtures and ample natural ventilation combine to create a warm and inviting look. The top floor houses the bedroom and the private quarters while even the attic space is utilized as a beautiful meeting room.
Spotted on designboom the project located in a private ski club in Collingwood is a lavish contemporary residence that allows its owners to enjoy the nearby skiing grounds to the hilt while draped in luxury. With large and open interiors clad in lovely wooden flooring and pristine white the idea has been to bring a perfect romantic escape from a hectic life.