I really like the use of corrugated steel. It's rugged, yet beautiful.
I like the use of corrugated metal for wainscoting.
Corrugated steel, bold borders.
Like the corrugated steel on the wall. It adds texture and an industrial feel. Most durable for sure.
I like the colors, the industrial feel, and the pattern under the counter.
I love the open walls, bringing the outside in. This is perfect for entertaining on warm tropical evenings.
It's so open. Would like to see optional screening.
Minus the pool, I really enjoy the outside living space. Incorporate a good fan system, and this would be a beautiful place to live.
The bench island is a great idea since the kitchen is where everyone gathers, especially when entertaining.
Open doors, fresh air, good way to bring the outdoors in.
I love everything about this kitchen, namely that you can open one or all the doors/walls.
The counter, the roll up window.
This would make a wonderful outdoor shower. I am obsessed with corrugated steel at the moment.
Screened patio, wide open doors, bright loft, high ceilings.
Spiral staircase leading to functional loft, high ceilings.
I like the utilization of space, and the staircase to the loft. It's open, spacious, yet still cozy.
Could be a guest house.
I like the entire look of this home's interior. It smacks of all the materials currently used in Philippine construction, which holds up well to tropical climate conditions.
Industrial vibe, the floors, rolling ladder, bookshelves.
Island life. Wide open doors, bringing the outdoors in.
I love the roll up doors...what a great way to maintain structure and security, while allowing the outside in.
Sliding door and corrugated roofing materials. I'm really feeling both right now.
Staircase. Unique...could be difficult under certain conditions.
Corrugated roofing material, my current obsession. Cheap, accessible, durable, attractive.
Wide open door.
The multi levels.
I like the railings, and the idea of an elevated rear deck considering the rainfall we receive here.
Interior. Use of all the dead space.
Great space for guests or live in servants' quarters.
Bunk beds and bay window seating.
Bunk beds, lights, steps to top bunks.