Skylights and a neutral color palette are a big part of the design here with the living area appearing a lot more spacious than it really is. This sense of visual freedom continues across the various rooms of the house the stairway and even inside the attic workspace and studio.
A look inside the storehouse and the view from the top is well and truly something to savor. Even if you cannot stay at the Guinness Storehouse for a night (a reward for contest winners in the past) a look inside the space is definitely worth our time.
A lovely little dining area sits outside next to the pool and a beautiful wooden pergola draped in greenery offers the necessary shade. In fact the green landscape around the pool house adds another layer of intrigue to the dashing pool house.
A recently renovated Californian bungalow in points to the growing trend of turning to elegant glass and metal structures that provide contemporary extensions to classic homes. Of course this means creating an entire new living area while turning the rooms of the existing structure into more private spaces – a task that Finnis Architects accomplish with ease and panache!
Created by Robert Young Architects this small and efficient pool house in New York is one such structure that maximizes space while adhering to local pool house building codes.
Even if you are not Irish there are a few things that everyone knows about the nation – the overload of green associated with it St. Patrick good luck charms like the shamrock and drinking Guinness Stout until dawn.
The transition between the old and new is further aided by the use of a simple neutral color palette while the metallic beams in black and the large glass doors and floor-to-ceiling windows usher in some much needed contrast. Looking beyond the open living area kitchen and dining the front restoration and the smart bedrooms undoubtedly steal the show.
On the outside the pool house complements the contemporary and simple design of the pool while on the inside one can find the kitchenette daybed bathroom and a relaxing social zone in a small and space-conscious area.