Modern House Style and Stylish Interiors with Designer Furniture

The contemporary dream home style featured here is a family members home of Lara Hedberg Deam, the founder of Dwell magazine. The low profile home constructed in contemporary architectural style and furnished with unique designer furnishings is situated in Mill Valley, California. The home is renovated by her architect husband Chris Deam. The home is a low degree structure with nearly flat roof. The interesting feature of the home is it has no garage. Sleek and fashionable stucco lined up with concrete planters and redwood siding on each the sides prospects to the home. Absence of garage and constructed in stucco with wood siding provides horizontal feeling to the home. Very proportionate contemporary home surrounded by a superbly landscaped garden has a timeless look and feel. It has a freshness and charm. The contemporary family members home fulfills needs of every family members member. It has a home workplace, den, space designed for kids, a cozy small family members space and a superbly designed outdoors. Clerestory windows encompassing the home make the home look bright and cheerful. The unique architectural feature of this home is the glass door opening in the yard. It weighs nearly 900 kg creating a require for its own foundation. Underground foundation at pivotal points creates a diagonal support and tends to make it light to open and shut. Living area of the home has flooring to ceiling curved window that provides the view of garden. Curved windows is an additional interesting architectural feature of this home. The garden is superbly landscaped and visible from nearly every space. Yard is designed as outside rooms with comfy seating area and dining are. The home provides seamless transition from indoors to outdoors. The hefty, large glass door prospects straight to the kitchen area and residing area. Interiors of the home are adorned with modern designer furnishings. The monochromatic colour palette, Brazilian Cherry floors and wood trimmed walls provides warm and inviting appears to the interiors. Subdued colour palette highlights colorful art and furnishings in the home. The residing space has Bouroullec brothers Facett sofa, a pair of pink slow lounge chairs, an Eames LTR table dealing with Achille Castiglioni Brionvega stereo. The rugs are by Tejo Remy and Rene VeenHuizen. Designer lights includes trio of Tom Dixon pendants, Arne Jacobsen wall sconces and Ystad brass candleholders. A freeform Nakashima-style slab table and Eames fiberglass side chairs adorn dining area.











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