By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 00:34:16 AM.
The Bonnet House was originally constructed by architect Richard Neutra in 1941 and also a lot of its systems are changed still the initial charm is kept.
The home is constructed from several volumes built into a mountain, and on the inside it is clad with rich-colored timber and done in white to get a comparison. The inner decor is totally mid-century modern, in the easiest way possible, using a warm yet light shade palette, tricky furniture and even natural light offered from the extensive glazings as well as glass doors into outdoor spaces.
There is a large corner sofa plus a fashionable leather chair duo. Stylish side tables, chairs and a wall lamp having an arched leg finish the mid-century appearance in the very best way possible.
The home office does not resemble a real office, it is very creative and reveals the fire of the proprietor: songs. The window isn't big and can be covered in order to not divert from work. Red touches make the space quite bold and passionate.
Another space I truly enjoy is your master bedroom, that can be done using a glass wall and includes a entry to a patio. This kind of idea creates the bedroom feel as though it's outdoors, which can be non-typical for mid-century bedrooms however so trendy! Taupe walls do not divert attention from the landscape along with also a colorful bedspread adds a folk touch into the space. And which spaces do you enjoy most?
Source : DigsDigs
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