The high ceiling was a specific request of the homeowners. The contemporary spiral chandelier is the focal point of the living area, complementing the wood furniture set from Philux. Some of the Filipino art pieces from their previous home are set on the tabletop.
The outstanding features of the fa�ade make the home look taller. The vertical cladding made of travertine (a form of limestone) accentuates the structure%u2019s height, while at the same time providing color contrast. Another element that balances the vertical orientation of the cladding is the dark horizontal slate.
A splash of yellow plays up the white walls and cabinets with light wood finish. The breakfast nook is a favorite spot not just for the family, but for guests as well. Medium density fiberboards are used for the kitchen cabinets, together with glass and aluminum frames for a modern touch.��
Window frames are made of aluminum with PVC coating, and combined with tempered glass. This mix of materials makes the house soundproof and weatherproof, and is ideally used for big sliding panels. The sliding insect screen doors from Forlin Q can easily be folded on the sides.
Tile Mix "The more, the merrier" applies to tile in a bathroom. Using two or more types of tile creates visual contrast. Use tiles in different scales, materials or shapes, but include a unifying element, such as color, that will help the tiles harmonize.
This stunning modern beach house was built in 1969 in Amagansett, The Hamptons, New York State. The one-storey property showcases a central living/dining area, kitchen, media room, master suite, three further bedrooms and two bathrooms.