Much of this petite home office, designed by Sett Studio, is made from their signature material called Monotread. Sustainably created out of unutilized wood chips from mills, Monotread is used for the built-in desk, the flooring and the ceiling. Check out the fun ground level window, ideal for providing light as well as privacy.
This dining room's dark wooden dining table is contrasted by four white upholstered chairs with nailhead trim. The color of the hardwood flooring pairs well with the blue walls. A false window with floor-length blue curtains gives the illusion of a larger room. A wooden Asian figurine decorates the space.
This lively glass enclosed shower features a brown, tan and turquoise mosaic tile paired with chrome fixtures, including a rainfall shower head. A small window offers natural light and a view of the landscape.
This open concept living room, dining room combination makes the most of the abundant natural light with a neutral palette. Clear chairs and a small metallic pedestal table provide the function of a dining space without blocking the view.
The high ceilings in this eclectic home create the opportunity for lots of windows, which is exactly what the designers added to this space. With small windows up high and larger ones down low, the common spaces in this home receive plenty of natural light, making the spaces feel brighter and more open.
Here's a small space that lives large. Surprisingly, a big sectional sofa doesn't make the living room feel closed in at all. That's because the rest of the space is carefully edited, with few other freestanding elements. Additionally, the large and high windows bring in a sense of space.
Natural light streams into this small bathroom via a high window helping to visually expand the space along with a large vanity mirror. The crisp white vanity is capped in quartz and offers plenty of hidden storage.
For a larger feeling in the office space, designers used rounded, floor-to-ceiling doors an windows, drawing the eye upward to the pitched ceiling and recessed lighting, creating a bright, warm and inviting space.
Wood frame frosted glass windows compliment the rich wood base of the bathtub featuring paneling to add subtle texture and a decorative finish. Decorative tile lines the three wall-locked sides of the bathtub creating a splash border over the neutral walls.