Large corridors and a wonderful sculptural staircase greet you in here with paths leading to the private section of the house on the first floor that contains the adult bedrooms kids’ rooms and lovely guest bedrooms. Each of the five bedrooms here opens up into an individual balcony and pergola which offer connectivity with the panoramic backdrop.
A sculptural steel staircase leads to the top floor where one finds the master suite and an equally spacious deck that offers unabated views of the scenic landscape outside. Sliding glass doors a neutral color scheme and unassuming interiors ensure that the sights and sounds outside end up stealing the spotlight at this ingenious contemporary home.
With a neutral color scheme and fabulous décor that adds color and pattern there is a great balance here between native decorative elements and clean contemporary design. Seemingly both dramatic and understated it is the hardwood battens that give the top level of the house its distinct identity regulate ventilation and provide an additional layer of privacy.
It is the lower level that houses the living area kitchen dining space home theater and other social areas and seems to effortlessly transition into the large wooden decks and pool area just outside. An infinity edge pool with a Brazilian teak deck a spa and walls clad in reclaimed brick add to the exclusivity of this serene and sensational Sao Paulo home.
The kitchen sits at the heart of the new interior and acts as a transition between the garden outside and the living area. White plays the role of the protagonist when it comes to the color scheme with dark shades of blue and gray ushering in visual contrast.
Colorful wooden boards bring vivaciousness to every room while the furniture combines a beachy modern vibe with industrial practicality to shape a living atmosphere that values form over function. Custom bookshelves kitchen cabinets a gorgeous home office and study vibrant kids’ bedrooms and a master suite complete this one-of-a-kind house.
The problem is often not the lack of space but the way we put existing space to use. We simply do not pay enough attention to the vertical space on offer and utilize it to the hilt as this smart modern residence in Slovakia does.