Other than a few big, strong columns, Wood House has practically no walls. Its boldness swirls around the concept of openness; a see-through concept that's awe-inspiring. The sleek swimming pool flows from inside the house to the outdoors.
As seen on Vacation House for Free, Matt's open concept design for this spacious lake house allows the windows on all sides of the house to bring natural light into every room, keeping it warm, bright and inviting. See it at hgvt.com.
Other than a few big, strong columns, Wood House has practically no walls. Its boldness swirls around the concept of openness; a see-through concept like nothing you’ve seen before. The kitchen opens up to the interior gardens, living spaces and indoor/outdoor swimming pool.
This guest house great room features an open concept living, dining and kitchen space, but it also opens up to the outdoors with Weiland doors on two main walls. Guests can enjoy the wonderful mountain air while relaxing indoors or out.
An open concept kitchen and dining area allow for seamless entertaining in this chic beach house. A color palette of crisp white and rich brown unites the two spaces, creating a clean, sophisticated look.
The Wood House exemplifies a new concept and functional materials-driven design, featuring bold characteristics with local woods and glass walls. Combining nature with architectural structures, the garage is streamlined and open.
This house's unique interior is made up of ashwood boxes clustered together, then connected with an open concept design. It's possible to look all the way through the home as both ends have wall-sized glass doors.
The open concept kitchen features a sleek, black island, which houses the kitchen sink and range. The island flows down to a dining table surrounded by contemporary chairs. Glass walls offer views of the interior gardens with elegant trees.
The main living area of this beach house has an open concept layout, so residents are treated to ocean views from anywhere in the room. The exposed beams are made from antique reclaimed wood; the floors are rough hewn European oak.
The home's open concept living area is at the center of the layout, with two master bedrooms on either side. Two sleeping lofts sit atop those bedrooms. And for easy outdoor access, a waterfront porch stretches along the back of the house.
Above the six-bay garage, the carriage house offers an open concept living area complete with an eat-in kitchen and sitting area by the fireplace. Warm wood paneled walls and a vaulted ceiling give a luxurious cabin feel to the space.