Concrete floor and welcoming atmosphere in a contemporary house signed "Leanhaus"
Today, Deavita.fr brings you a summer touch by presenting you an Australian house signed “Leanhaus”. Taking advantage of a simple but super elegant and aesthetic design, the home was called “Abbetthaus”. Moreover, the architects realized the desire of the customers: to have a fresh, bright and spacious house. And all this is thanks to a contemporary design that is found more and more often in modern homes: large sliding patio doors connecting the interior space to the outside. The latter also benefit from a concrete floor giving a graphic touch to the atmosphere.
Concrete floor giving a graphic note inside and outside
As you can see by taking a look at the picture above, the concrete floor is not just outside. He also invites himself inside to revitalize the super welcoming white decor . A glass wall was installed in front of the pool as a measure of protection but without encumbering the space. On the contrary, this wall adapts beautifully to the whole.
A closer view also allows to examine the greenery that the architects decided to privilege. Inspired by the surrounding landscape, the designers have relied on succulents as well as cacti.
Bright and spacious, the interior has a cozy atmosphere and a very chic decor. By focusing on design lighting, the architects have managed to create a relaxing and romantic environment. The choice of furniture elsewhere can not go unnoticed. Because in the end it is exactly the furniture that gives charm to a room. In the present case, a large wooden table warms the space while the minimalist staircase gives a design look to the space.
As the space in the house is open, the dining room is open to the living room where the concrete floor creates a certain dynamism. The super cozy sofa in white fits perfectly to the rest of the decor while cutting with the carpet and the cushions in ocher.
Brown leather chair, wall chart and white marble side table in the living room
Romantic and cozy atmosphere in the bedroom
A wooden wall warms the bathroom in stone and concrete
* Architects: Leanhaus