An oversized skylight and double glass doors are practically required in a space with this view of the Eiffel Tower. White walls reflect the natural light flooding in from above making the narrow living room feel bright and spacious.
A desire to embrace the sweeping water views informed the home's design, emphasizing openness and prominence toward the cove. On the inside of the towers, the ceiling height extends to over ten foot high and a window wall blurs the boundary between the inside and outside.
This neutral-toned contemporary bathroom is trendy yet practical by featuring unique storage spaces with plenty of room for towels and miscellaneous toiletries. These accessories add texture and color to the otherwise monochromatic hue of the room.
This newly renovated, turn of the century home has been given an upgrade. The homeowner has decided to turn an underused second story patio into a luxury dressing room. These elegant French doors lead from the home's newly renovated master bathroom into the new custom closet. Upon entering the space, one of the more stunning features is present-a custom built jewelry tower. This tower is complete with lighted drawers so that the homeowner has easy access to all of her favorite pieces. The chandelier that hangs from the ceiling, while elegant and stylish, is also functional and helps to provide extra light to the space.
A custom-designed, floor-to-ceiling storage tower offers a mix of open and closed storage space in this contemporary bathroom. The bottom shelves were left open for easy access to towels, while the top shelves were fitted with doors for concealing toiletries. The compact, wall-mounted floating vanity saves space but still offers extra storage and style.
On either side of the large vanity, designers upped the storage space by adding storage towers. With their elegant, dark stain, the towers not only add storage, but also add warm color, height and dimension to the space.
Located on 25 acres of deeded land with its own 10-acre private lake, the Huston Family Estate offers unparalleled luxury in the heart of the pristine and mythic Chilko Valley in British Columbia, Canada. The tower house is a 2,450-square-foot log structure constructed with a three-story attached tower. Its log cabin design creates a sense of homeyness amidst the estate's upscale amenities.
Designers wanted to create an open concept home that feels an intense connection with its surroundings, so they coupled natural materials with a soft, neutral color palette. They kept the space simple and mixed in modern details, resulting in a home that conveys a strong sense of place to its inhabitants.