Decks enclosed by a glass railing extend off the master bedroom and family room in this modern home. The interior is kept simple, with a gray and white palette. Pops of green tie the space in with the backyard opposite.
Two walls of this home open up to give it an indoor/outdoor feel. A short wall made of cement gives the home some privacy when fully open. A bright orange front door adds a pop of color to the exterior.
The side wall of this home's lower level disappears allowing unfettered access to the backyard and its amazing views. An automated shade can descend from the slot in the ceiling to give privacy to the master bedroom above.
The wall between indoors and outdoors disappears in this contemporary living and dining space, allowing full access to the waterfront view. Rustic accents like the wood dining table keep the mood comfortable and casual.
The long side walls of this modern home open up to make the already open design feel even more spacious when it's flooded with fresh air and natural light. Wooden walls and ceiling give a warm contrast to the industrial indoor flooring and concrete and natural rock bed patio. Lightly colored furniture works perfectly to create a calm design with pops of orange adding a color accent.