In designing this 1 bedroom 2 bath interior, I was inspired by the rustic look of typical A-frame cabins, but still wanted to keep a conventional home structure in mind. The color scheme and decorations are meant to resemble and compliment forested areas while still giving a cozy and modern feel to the home. Overall, it is still in it's early stages of design and the exterior has yet to be planned.
The floor plan was designed to be open concept, which is currently very popular. The open concept also allowed for the home to have large amounts of natural light that flowed throughout the various living spaces.
Cover & Introduction
This upstairs bedroom and office combination was meant to create a multipurpose space that had high utility while still having aesthetic appeal. The focus of design in this area was less focused on typical modern design and was designed with more of a timeless look in mind.
The upstairs bathroom makes efficient use of limited space, and was designed with mostly grey or neutral tones in mind. This was done in order to give a sense of calm to the space.
The upstairs library focuses more on serving as a restful space rather than being a highly effective library. With ample room for more storage, it allows for modifications to be made to suit the person's needs.
This is an alternate view of the 2nd floor library space, which showcases the open concept floor plan throughout both floors while also offering more privacy in the bedroom.
The 3rd view of the library, which includes a fireplace, is meant to give the viewer a complete picture of the design of the space.
This downstairs bathroom has an accent wall to draw the eye towards the window, making the space feel larger despite the low square footage.
The kitchen, which is directly connected to the living space, follows the earthy and neutral tones seen throughout the design but incorporates white countertops in order to make the space feel less stuffy. The large window also achieves this function.
The foyer/lounge area is meant to be a more secluded space from the rest of the first floor, offering a respite from the exposed nature of the floor plan. It is designed for more intimate conversation and relaxation.
The living room is very conventional, with the main exception being the lack of a coffee table in the center of the area. This was done to show the rug and other design choices more clearly and make the space feel less cluttered.