Beautiful House With Excellent Outdoor Area

If you are living in an apartment, decorating the same in an attic style can allow you to enjoy the enchanting the outdoor life. If you are running short of ideas, try and take inspiration from this house. The owner of this house has beautifully designed the first floor of the house by creating a garden area.

Various rustic details such as wooden beams and visible brick walls have also been introduced to enhance the look of the house and the garden. The garden area has been elegantly designed by creation of cozy sitting area by the introduction of low lying couches and coffee table.



Traditional single mattress has been folded and kept on the grass to impart the owners with a comfortable seating place. Moreover, rest of the interiors of the house has also been well designed. The living room and dining room share a common floor plan and feature elegant wooden flooring.


Grey concrete color styles have been selected along with impressive white cabinets to decorate the kitchen area. The lighting system of the house is worth an appreciation as different contemporary lighting fixtures and lamps have been employed throughout the house to enhance the elements of the house and create an impressive statement.{found on MiCasa}



Published by in Interiors, on July 7th, 2011

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