By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, August 06th, 2018 - 00:36:02 AM.
Enriched with earthy hues and raw feel, this seaside bolthole at Yzerfontein on the West Coast is designed to take advantage of its jaw-dropping viewpoints.
The construction is clean lines and solid angles with a few arresting details, like this massive sail, a 17m-long stretch of canvas which soars to the heavens from the roof and also cements the analogy. Under this sail there is a dining space to shield it from the excess sunlight, and there is a big deck that's extended farther.
Conscious of the eco-footprint, the couple installed photovoltaic panels to make electricity along with a solar water heating system, whereas both receptive replaces in the lounge heating up the geysers and heat the floors, ideal for barefoot alive come the warmer months.
Using both en-suite bedrooms at a guest wing, the kitchen and a living room downstairs, the ground floor of the cubicle design was intended for groups of people to assemble together. Each window's designed just like a photo, so you've got a framed perspective.
The owners decided on a serene color palette to make a haven of calm and tranquility. The home itself has a solid ship feel, anyplace, in every space. There are numerous textures which help make the spaces more intriguing, and the home has an Afro-Scandi individuality as a result of the proprietor's love to minimalism and African cultures.
Source : DigsDigs
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