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!
The backyard reading retreat is a deceivingly simple name for this shed-styled backyard addition that has it all! Homeowners can enjoy a fun and rejuvenating evening here get away from the mundane and also turn the space into a party zone when needed.
It is easy to fall in love with a gorgeous home inspired by the classic barn design but features modern comforts and is surrounded by tranquil farms and beautiful scenery. That is exactly what one gets at the ; a dashing and picture-perfect home in Wisconsin.
A relaxing backyard that offers a tranquil refuge amidst the urban rush that surrounds us is a refuge that we all seek. But few among us actually have the privilege of enjoying such a serene escape.
The multi-level cabin was originally built by Joseph Esherick in 1968 and in its new avatar it offers a cozy contemplative refuge that still drapes you in comfort and class. This is essentially a home that provides the best of both worlds!
Metal glass wood and stone shape much of the grand residence with a flood of natural light illuminating it during daytime. Warm artificial lighting takes over after sunset and gives the home an entirely different visual appeal.
On the outside the old brick wall of the house was improved and given a white sheen and this keeps away prying eyes. Added to its stoic presence are creepers and natural vegetation that are easy to maintain and will sustain the change of seasons.
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.