Architecture

Breath-Taking Silver Wood House in North Portugal

In this feature we’re sharing the interior and exterior of a phenomenal home built with silver wood as a main feature. We know that dark wood is having a bit of a moment, but here we have proof that silver light woods can achieve that same level of luxury and inspirational living.
This home is so extremely minimal that it’s almost an acquired taste, but the beautiful views, attention to detail, and superb layout of the home will make fans of the most elaborate styles jealous and inspired.
It’s fit for a single person, a couple, or even a family, and its minimalism means that it can be lived in as it is or it can be used as a blank canvas for added individual personality. Check out these fabulous photos and prepare to experience the green eyed monster:

Astounding architecture

Astounding architecture
Perhaps the most interesting feature of this home is the architecture itself, and the contrast of white walls and silver wood on the exterior of the home.

A touch of nature

green surroundings.
Although the home is incredibly modern and minimal, this subtle touch of nature in the surrounding gardens lets the home blend in with its green surroundings.

Modern external corridor

Modern external corridor
Every inch of this home has been created with incredible attention to detail. The garden walkways have been created with beautiful 360 wood panelling and spotlights so that the tone of the home runs all the way through it.

Scandinavian style minimal living room

Scandinavian style
The entire home is reminiscent of a typical Scandinavian style home, with minimal features, clean lines and plenty of light wood and pale colours.

Informal dining space

Informal dining space
The living room flows perfectly into this minimal and informal dining space, with easy access into the garden seating area and with incredible views of the outdoor landscape.

Minimal wooden staircase

Minimal wooden staircase
Leading from the open plan living and dining space is a barely there staircase that has no added features. We love the beauty in the simplicity of this.

Light home office space

 home office space
Anybody who works from home will agree that its important to have a work space that works for you, and what could be more inspiring and relaxing than this separate office space with lots of light and space.

Cosy outdoor terrace
Cosy outdoor terrace

Minimal decking

This home benefits from the perfect climate for outdoor living. Minimal decking, white walls, incredible views and comfortable informal seating makes this garden terrace the best place to relax and wind down.

Inviting pool area
Inviting pool area

outdoor pool
This outdoor pool it somewhat set off from the main home. The owners didn’t want it to be a main feature, but they did want it to be clean, pure and inviting – perfect for an afternoon dip.

Breathtaking by night
 Breathtaking by night

 modern and minimal

Silver Wood House
Lots of consideration has been taken into the external lighting of this home, which we can see when the home’s most amazing features are lit up beautifully at night.
Given the option, would you consider a move into a home this modern and minimal? What would you do differently?

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