On the outskirts of San Salvador, El Salvador, architect Jose Roberto Paredes designed a ground-level tree house for his family that favors texture over color, letting the jungle surroundings choose the hues.
Floor to ceiling frames. House in Windhoek, Namibia owned and designed by architect Leon Barnard, the home design features a seamless integration with the outdoors and a minimalist approach to furnishings.
YELLOW / GREY / REFLECTIVE /Not every kitchen needs to adhere to monochromatic schemes to be more masculine. The mustard yellow countertop in this kitchen cleverly winds around a corner making a perfect space for breakfast or a neat, inspiring work area.
A massive, live-edge slab of cypress perched atop sawhorses provides storage for pots and utensils in the Orchard House, and brings a raw element of nature into the room. Photo by Dave Lauridsen. This originally appeared in Fertile Grounds.
Jason Hering’s Loft was designed by Renee Arns Stylist & Interior Designer in It is located in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and has an industrial feel that is nevertheless very elegant and stylish. Photos courtesy of Renee Arns Stylist & Interior Designer