I like the wood and stone exterior plus no lawn... just pine needles.
basketry, wallpaper on one wall
depth of porch allows full use as outdoor rooms
stone floors, wood cabinets, but mostly because it's hard to tell if this is indoors outdoors
Outdoor space that is as elegant as indoor space. when can I move in?
rustic wood mirror and unfinished look to ceiling. Something about the walls makes the space appear appealingly dry.
recessed protected entry and the little white lights plus the stone floor
fabric outside softens and filters light
the outdoor light... but how to have it and a sense of privacy? I like the way the bathtub looks both inviting and relaxing.
fire pit or outdoor fireplace
take off the shower door. This looks like a shower room with seating and shelves. But the shampoo etc are likely to replace the flowers.
Is that a limestone backsplash? If so, I love it. I also like the ceiling to counter cabinet option instead of cabinets that just hang in mid air.
these glass panes allow light and privacy. I like the wide seat to sit on and turn to settle in.
a fir pit with seating like that would be great for stargazing after the fire went down
this indoor space feels outdoors. Is it the stone tile?
I like the rough stone wall in here because it feels dry and outdoorsy.
wide porch and roof and fireplace indoor outdoor space
wicker belongs in a laundry room, as do the paneled cabinets.
the craftsman garage doors look like stable doors.
the contrasting cabinet colors give the feeling of pieces of furniture instead of continuous cabinets.
hearth is high enough to invite sitting.
storage, baskets, broken face in cabinets
vanity that feels like pieces of furniture due to face differences and height change
textured area rug
different depths in cabinets
wide double entry doors
stone fire pit with back wall to protect from wind and radiate warmth
splash of color really accents the natural wood and stone
the garland shows how a little of one bright color can completely change a neutral room
note the skylights on the porch
probably bigger than needed but the right idea... a shower room on the edge of being outside. walk or roll in, have bench to sit on, have radiant warmth, a skylight...
This crushed gravel is all over the property. Setting some stones like this defines a path while maintaining the natural feeling.
could you do this less Asian?
open storage of these items seems inviting and generous.
shutters add privacy but can be opened
I like the drying off area
the perfect guestroom and I love the bedspread
furry bed throw
artwork that replaces a or what about a one way mirror so we can look out while outsiders see a mirror?
stone and wood
wood and stone
shower room skylight
botanical feeling without the live plants
dark wall makes me sleepy
bamboo frame and other botanical touches in wallpaper