The living and dining space is the heart of the design and includes all possible objects that are so curious looking and catchy while the home study and work space has been ergonomically placed underneath the stairs to save up on some space. Paper and ceramic cartons are used lavishly in a creative fashion and are wonderful conversation starters as you step into this lovely Norwegian home.
One of the most striking and definitely bright feature of the home as you step right in is the beautiful fire orb that is housed in the living room and rotates like some space-age accessory to ensure that it spreads warmth equally all across the room.
This 15500 square foot home comes with 7 bedrooms and two spectacular bay front guest suites that will offer you amazing views as well with their floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Coming with separate pool house private health club with sauna steam room and gym gourmet kitchen a private lap pool and terraced gardens this home offer you everything that you could possibly ask for.
Each room in this home seems to be touched by a different cultural influence. From intricate oriental designs to the geometric patterns of Middle Eastern décor and the stark white/gold accented French continental approach – it is a historic fantastic and worldly home indeed.
The use of rough sawn lumber with the horizontal screens is both cost effective and achieves the look that its owners wanted which is supposedly a more natural texture that blends into surroundings rather than an artificial look achieved by use of modern material. Simple elegant and relaxing …