At this very opportunity, we would like to have a review on an Asian-styled dwelling to be shared. If you ask us what so interesting about this residence, we would like to say that if you like wooden touches in great deal then this one will satisfy. Like typical Asian houses that seem more organic in their ways, this one is excessively mobbed with wooden stuff and surfaces all over the place creating a warm, friendly and homey place with tranquility and peace in hand.
Situated the east coast in Connecticut, the house is finely designed by the talented mind in the business G. Steuart Gray. As confessed by the maker himself, originally it was the firm that retained to design the overall concept of its interior residence which was actually uncompleted.
At the beginning of the project, there are no fixed definitions on the house’s partitions and finishes yet the maker was set to develop the design motif and the details on every item which would be included such as kitchen, baths, all doors and screens as well as lighting and landscape. What striking about this dwelling is the appearances of rich and full wooden finishes and surfaces in all rooms which exude cozy and tranquil feelings that please.
A vast home library is super nice with a window bay and wooden bench to chill out. The shelving is massive and huge loading million of books if you like. Some decorations are really very Asian. You can spot sculptures in the forms of Buddha, and some other gods in Buddhist religion.
A lounge area there is a perfect place to gather and have a good family time with a wonderful sight out there for entertainment. The fireplace is decent and the décor is minimalist and crisp. The doors and partitions are what Japanese houses usually own. In addition, the carpets are super exotic which are needed to be complimented.
There are more rooms to be seen and many great things to be inspired. The overall look is pleasing with breezy sort of feeling. The use of rich woods indeed works like magic that creates a house like no other.