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Who doesn’t need a decent home? Everybody wants it. Most people are craving for it. However, merely “comfortable” is sometimes not enough, especially for those following the ideology of combining both simplicity and elegance. But how if the house we have bought doesn’t meet this expectation? For me there’s only one way: redesigning it.
Modifying residence might be the last thing people want to do, especially for those staying in big cities and spending most of their time working. Certain individuals refuse renovating their homes as they think that this is way too complicated and too costly. Believe it or not, redesigning our homes is an enjoyable task to perform, for it opens up the opportunity to arrange the house the way we dream it to be. Let’s just imagine we are living in a comfy house with particular interior design we choose on our own. It is not going to be only comfortable but also satisfactory, even entertaining.
Nobody desires living in a dark, humid house. Frankly speaking, that kind of house reminds me of those I saw at most horror movies. The presence of natural flood of light is actually one of the most important aspects that a house should have as the light helps the house to appear livelier. Health reasons also contribute in choosing this type of house. Nevertheless, some houses are not “smart” enough in manifesting this concept of light. This is why Bower Architecture, as requested by the house’s owner, transformed the old “bleak house” into the new “bright house” by creating spots of light in every possible corner of the house and adding palm trees as part of its exterior design. Moreover, the presence of swimming pool and huge doors of glass make the newly renovated house looks elegant.
Taking a look to the pictures of the new house, we will soon notice that it is redesigned based on close-to-nature concept. The presence of natural light and plants contribute a lot in creating such a cozy place for living. I feel like I’m going to give my all to spend the rest of my life in this sort of place. How about you?