When the first Twilight film burst onto our screens in 2008, it had already taken the literary world by storm, and book lovers all across the world were expecting the movie to recreate the intense passion, emotion, and magic they had experienced with the Twilight book series. People had paid great attention to every detail in the book, so it was important that the film met the criteria and rewarded the fans with what they had expected and better.
The twilight house by E. Cullen , in the books series, is described as a luxury contemporary home in a secluded woodland. And the film did not come short in fulfilling that description. The house used in the film is owned by John Yoke after it was built in 2006. You may have already seen the film, so let’s delve deeper into what makes this John Hoke house a wonderful home :
Wooden Welcoming Hallways
Comfy And Stylish Living Areas
Minimalist Wooden Kitchen Areas
Vampires don’t eat too much human food and tend to use their kitchens less, but this large and airy kitchen brings the Cullens closer to nature and wildlife with large windows and lots of natural wood.
Sleek dining room
This dark and industrial dining room contrasts with the light and airy feel of the rest of the home, especially the living areas. This clearly defines a dining room for a family that values time spent dining together.
Open Master Bedroom
Contemporary stylish children’s bedroom
Secluded Outdoor Dining
Light And Airy Bathroom
So, whether you’re a Twilight fan or not, there’s no denying the beauty of the architecture and design of this contemporary home in Portland, USA.