Entertaining Bauhaus Home in Canada
Since people try to get more space for their home and feel free to do whatever they want without being bothered by anyone, the houses become more airy , open and designed to entertain and make you feel comfortable. Thus many doors disappear and the space is arranged into more attractive areas.
In Edmonton, Alberta, Canada there is a family interested to get a modern, open, comfortable and attractive house that is called Bauhaus which can be perfect for any type of entertainment. The house covers a surface of 4,510 square feet and was designed by Paul Whincup of Habitat Studio & Workshop. It is an eye-catching house with many attractive details and where the eco-friendly devices seem to present too.
The open kitchen is very modern, has a lot of storage space and becomes even more attractive due to its transparent eating bar, the butcher block island countertop and its retractable hood fan. The three storey wood staircase with glass railings, integrated wood screens, artisan hand carved stone accents and a beautiful bubble glass chandelier looks really impressive and more like a piece of art. The spacious living room is a colorful space with white and blue walls, a modern fireplace, vintage carpets and a nice piano. Each room seems to have its own floor so that different open and private areas are created.
There are also colored walls, open hallways and wooden screens which are used to create all these spaces. The modern dining area has hand carved wooden screens brought from different journeys like many others used in other areas of the house. Another attractive area is the TV room where the TV is in a custom-built cabinet, integrated with the wooden screens and where the colorful pieces of furniture make everything look more joyful. The glass tiles used in the bathroom or the mosaic green wall make of this area a special and attractive place too.