A neutral color scheme modern finishes and sliding glass doors bring an air of modernity to a home that feels like a green comfortable oasis which leaves you surprised at every turn!
The delineation of space is clear and yet a common style and color scheme links the entire home. White is the color of choice inside with a dark black band and wooden trims providing the visual accents.
A gorgeous home that overlooks farmlands and the distant ocean on the south coast of Long Island the is one that combines relaxing natural scenery with modernity and sophistication.
That perfect escape comes in different shapes for different folk. If you happen to be someone who loves both nature and snow-clad ski slopes then this is a getaway that you will instantly fall in love with!
Designed by Paul Bernier Architecte the vacation house also has a green roof that come alive during warmer months. It is the green roof of the cottage along with its black form that instantly grabs your attention while the interior embraces a minimal modern color scheme in black and white.
In the bedrooms partitions that can be tucked away when not in use help create privacy whenever necessary while pullout beds and bunk beds maximize the available square footage.
The section of the house with the tallest pitched roof holds the living area kitchen and dining space in an open neutral setting. The second section with the shorter pitched room contains the bedrooms and the bathroom while the final third unit houses the mechanical equipment.
The transformation is neither drastic nor revolutionary. It is smart sensible and incorporates the rich past of the house into its present form – the reason why this cabin seems so very special!