Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 10:30:27 AM. Flooring. By Kathe Werner.
Parsonson Architects were in charge of designing an extension to a house originally built in the early 1900s in Wellington, New Zealand. They chose to give the interior living spaces concrete floors and to use wood for the outdoor spaces. It’s an interesting way of establishing harmony between all these areas.
This is minimalism at its best. What you see here is a portion of a house located in Burgos, Spain. It was a project by Pereda Perez Arquitectos and this living room is actually a very good representation of the entire building. Wood and concrete define the whole house, being used extensively and looking very pure and natural. The spaces are bright and fresh without looking or feeling monotonous.
This chic entryway is filled with bold, wood-laminate flooring and we’re swooning for its overall poshness. It’s versatile when it comes to style but fits right into a modern and traditional space that still feels very homey.
A stunningly eye-catching Black Desert Mansion in California’s Yucca Valley promotes the deeply desired lifestyle in permanent contact with the surrounding landscape. And when you have a view like that, it’s inhumane not to open your flawless living room to nature’s entertaining system. A decadent feeling of awe floods you when you know you’ve made the best of every panoramic angle available around your living room.