Jun 20, 2013

Remote Flat

This house, or flat as its shape illustrates, makes the most of the views to the back of the property, with a huge deck and a walkway right through the house. It's wooden exterior blends with the surrounding forest of a remote location.

This remote flat has a small footprint with only one bedroom and one bathroom. However, it makes the most of it with a large entertaining space complete with dining room. It also has a big deck to take in the gorgeous views. The added studio space could make the perfect workspace for a young artist or extra bedroom for an older couple's grandkids.

When you first walk up to the house, you're immediately drawn to the view through the hallway next to the studio, but the entrance to the house is to the side.

You enter to the dining room with a wall of storage to your left. The color scheme continues the natural theme with soft greens and bright whites.

The dining room opens up to the living room which has three windows along the back wall that invite you out to the backyard view.

To the side is the kitchen complete with neutral tones, granite countertops, a breakfast bar, and lots of storage.

Through a hallway off the kitchen is the bedroom. Soothing neutrals and sophisticated dark blues give this bedroom a relaxing feeling. The floor-to-ceiling cork headboard makes the bed the star of the room.
 
 
And last but not least is that deck I've been telling you about this whole time. Accessible by doors in the living room, kitchen, bedroom, and by the hallway through the middle of the house, it's very open. With two levels and expansive views, why would you ever want to leave?



If walls could dream... they'd dream of small flats in remote forests.

What are you dreaming of?

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