Dream homes are often about extravagant interiors luxurious decor and expansive rooms that surround you with opulence. But that is not the only way of creating a magical setting that leaves you spellbound. Why not let Mother Nature take over and do what she does best?
An open living area on the second floor with a living room dining room and kitchen along with a media room and an open-air courtyard acts as the heart of the house. Tranquil and cozy bedrooms spa-like home bathrooms and a relaxing sauna and steam room complete this fabulous Tribeca penthouse.
Classic design elements from Romanian architecture and interior design become an integral part of this charming space as the owners kept the decor intentionally simple and traditional. Intricate carvings on a wooden pillar that is over 100 years old and a wood-burning tile stove that is equally ornate stand out visually in the living space.
Like many of the lavish residences that we have previously seen from this fabulous residence is filled with decor that is trendy and timeless. With the balanced use of rock steel wood and glass the exclusive house exudes inviting warmth.
With changing seasons also comes a change in the hues outside and along with it the house acquires a completely different aura. With a picture-perfect river and creek a stone’s throw away from the house this is a getaway that leaves you enchanted…
An open-plan layout sees the kitchen dining area and the living room at the front of the house while the guest bedroom and the master suite occupy the rear. Even though the home comes with a staircase and loft the couple preferred to keep the living areas to just one floor for now. A small laundry room and a gorgeous porch with ample outdoor seating options complete the idyllic home.
Black and white framed photographs a giant LOVE sculpture by in grey and contemporary furnishings grace the adjacent dining area. Pop art additions seem to be an integral part of the design scheme of the house as they make their imposing presence felt even in the bedrooms and the bathroom.