House on a Stream

Sebastian Zachariah

—  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
This photo has no questions

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Shilpi Madan added this to 5 Ways to Recreate the Tropics in Your Home Decor12 February 2017

Go light and easyThe idea is to lift the visual weight that reigns in many homes in the form of heavy drapery and thick carpets. “Roll up the rugs and put them away,” Reshma Chhabria says. Shun the sturdy oak and rosewood doors and furniture and work at creating a sense of light and airiness. You can make use of sheers at the windows, and bring in the lighter-toned woods like elm for an upbeat feel. “If you want softness underfoot, opt for all-natural fibres like tatami, sea grass or sisal. The walls are best left bare, save for a fresh coat of white paint that will maximise the flow of light. For instance, in furnishings, mosquito netting draped over your canopy bed, or thin linen draperies fluttering beside French doors, will feel cool and lightweight,” she says. This helps in building up the mood of soothing calm and breeziness that you associate with the tropics. Tip: Play up the use of natural fabrics like linen and cotton. You can introduce a refreshing variety in textures by opting for wicker or jute for blinds, chair covers, and so on.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Annika added this to finishes28 July 2021

will a thick slide/stack door take up too much floor space for us?

Claire Rodger added this to Renovation Judd St13 November 2020

Similar doors to mine, closing into each other and opening to concrete looking tiles. Wow! love this

Dining Rooms with Similar Colours
Geometric Home
Snake River Canyon Residence
Fresh Modern Colonial
Northumberland Avenue Custom
FSR Austin
Contemporary Dining Room
宝物がある家 浜ノ茶屋モデル
Private Residence, Boca Raton FL (RPYCC)