This stunning abode, designed by American architecture firm Uptic Studios, impresses from inside to out.
Founded in 2010, the Washington and Idaho-based studio has quickly grown. They bring their wealth of design experience to a wide range of projects, including; residential, leisure, retail, hospitality, and medical. From reimagining existing spaces to new builds, they offer services through each stage of a project. From the feasibility study to bespoke products and furniture – their collective expertise is at the client's disposal every step of the way.
This particular home – that we have the pleasure of touring today on homify - covers 2,400 square feet over two levels. It was designed for a
spunky retiree. After have spent decades on the family farm, she decided she was ready for a change and the time had come to move into town to be nearer her children and grandchildren. And, so a great home was born. let's take a look…
Concrete and timber: the colour palette is simple, but completely in vogue. Straight lines cut through the terrain and the rich colours look perfectly at place in the landscape. It is sophisticated, yet homely.
Attention is given to detail, no junction is left without consideration, no formal element unintentional. The timber soffits are just one example of the finesse with which the home has been crafted.
Guided by the fact that the client envisaged ageing into the home, they located the primary and everyday functions on the main floor, that is accessed from the front entry.
The basement is flooded with natural light during the day, due to the slope of the site, and houses the guest rooms and a recreation room for her grandchildren.
As an avid entertainer, the client wanted a fluid open place space where she could host dinner parties. There is no shortage of wall space, here, to hang family portraits and decorations that give the interior a personal feel.
The high ceiling creates a grand and lofty atmosphere and the high-level windows allow even more light into the sun-drenched space.
The kitchen is located under the lower ceiling, stealing its own little nook, it appears distinct from the rest of the space.
This home even has a servery window that connects the kitchen to the outdoor dining area – what a fantastic idea! One can enjoy their breakfast amongst the trees, while perched atop the bar stools.
Before we close the book on this tour, let's take a look at one last space: the bathroom. Even this small, less frequented space of the home is given the same design love and care as the rest of the home. Large white tiles line the walls, the fixtures are sleek and modern, and the details are perfect. All in all, there isn't much you could fault!
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