Bay windows favoring natural light and beautiful garden in an architect's house
Designed in 2015, this contemporary home is located in Noosa, Australia. The credit goes to Sarah Waller Architecture and, indeed, she designed this spectacular building for her own family. The large windows, the modern kitchen and the stunning pool are just some of the super trendy details. Continue reading to explore the stunning decor of this house in full harmony with nature.
The bay windows promote the penetration of natural light
The house has a single floor housing all rooms bathed in light. As shown in the example above, the walls are bartered against bay windows. They are found on both sides of the house which makes it unique and extraordinary. In addition, they combine the indoor and outdoor space while allowing natural light to enter.
Note the beautiful, clean kitchen above: thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, it not only benefits from natural light but also from a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape. This living space is also equipped with indirect ceiling lighting creating a pleasant and romantic atmosphere.
Still some types of modern fixtures such as stylish pendant lights and spotlights are installed in the elegant kitchen. The chic combination of white and black brings the space a classic touch. Here, the central island in matte black and matching cabinets contrast with the white bar while creating a refined decor. In addition, as for the development of a contemporary room, the solid wood dining table is a must.
Let’s continue with the beautiful bathroom enjoying some plants that invite nature inside. Large mirrors, suspensions, downlights and white decor: the bathroom is resolutely decorated with style. Indeed, this room gives access to an outdoor area where a shower and an adjoining bath are nestled among the greenery.
The landscaping is fascinating and, thanks to the palm trees, it allows us to succumb to the charm of the tropical decor. A chic cabin is built next to the pool and features modern and stylish furniture and some built-in spotlights.
The house is lovely! What do you think?
* Architect: Sarah Waller Architecture