Proof of How Natural Light Makes the Space More Open

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Although, That is a Bit Too Many Windows to Clean

With all these windows, the view can’t be bad, inside or outside. The surroundings are as green as it gets, with a number of redwood trees, while the inside is never lacking natural light (except at night, of course). The interior is filled with wooden furniture of lighter shades, and other minimalistic elements to keep the light feeling of the space. Overall, it’s an incredibly well-designed house, with a landscaping plan that’s just as good!

As you enter, a dormer rises up over the dining area to frame the view. The main house is modest in size, only 1,700 square feet, but feels spacious due to an open floor plan. The clients’ wonderful art objects are housed in the long southern wall bookcase. The exterior is clad in cedar siding with a metal roof and the interior features a Douglas fir ceiling and decking, sheetrock walls and Ipe flooring.

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