Photo By: Turks and Caicos Property, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Fine Focus Photography; Interior Design: Amanda Stephenson
Photo By: John R. Wood Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Francois Gagnon
Photo By: Spacecrafting Photography
Photo By: Steve Martino
Different Exterior Materials Denote Different Sectors of Horizon House
The composition of the house employs a simple relationship between public and private zones by directly splitting the two. The fracture, also known as the ‘link,’ is a distinct space from both the long, private bar and the open, shared public area. This separation is then reinforced by the choice of exterior cladding, with corrugated metal in the private zone and cypress siding in the public. Spatially, the link is also used for circulation of people, water, air, and electricity between the two sides of the home. In Horizon House, movement and passage are celebrated and rewarded with shifts in view and experience. Here, it is not simply the rooms, or destination, that carries the focus, but rather the circulation, or journey, itself.
Accessible by a sliding glass door in the adjacent bedroom, this covered deck area features a collection of striped outdoor furniture including two armchairs and two sofas centered around a low coffee table.
Deck Sitting Area Features Blue Cushions and Pillows Inspired by the Sea
This New Hampshire beach house's color palette of blue, indigo and white is thoughtfully carried outdoors to the deck seating area, where the inspiration of the palette becomes fully evident in views of the nearby Atlantic Ocean.
And when the owners want to soak up some sun? They can relax on this comfortable outdoor set. The wicker sofa allows for stretching out, while the matching coffee table keeps books and drinks within reach.
The owners of this Arizona property wanted an elegant and modern outdoor space that related architecturally to their house and would be used for entertaining in a gallery-like setting. The two large sculptures were pieces the owners had in storage, and they were incorporated into the award-winning design by landscape architect Steve Martino.
Calming Gray-Green Color Scheme in Country Bedroom With Wood Bed Frame, Patterned Curtains and Smooth Flooring
Gray-greens are used in spa-like settings and tranquil spaces aimed to keep people relaxed. The wood bed frame and wood table lamp shine as elements of warmth against the calming, cool color scheme. The country style of this bedroom gives it the perfect balance of feeling homey and stylish.
Natural light is the key to ensuring the proper color values of each tone; however, when a white-on-white tablescape is lit artificially or with candlelight, each shade will be strongly influenced by bulbs or flames, causing the colors to read more warmly with yellow undertones.
Nautical Nursery With Yellow Beadboard and Navy Crib
This gender neutral nursery branches out with a nautical theme that spans the entire room. Light blue walls and buttercream beadboard create the perfect backdrop for a distressed navy crib and a built-in bookshelf.