The Honiton House by MCK Architects is a wide-open abode that combines the best of refined elegance and pure fun.
Abundant sunlight floods every corner of the home, bringing out the warmth of the rich natural woods that act as a recurring feature in almost every room. The designers chose to use textures and patterns to soften the white interior of this contemporary space – decorative ceilings, lattice screens, and repetitive fixtures are found throughout the house and add a spectacular sense of individual character.
The use of bright, vivid colors of rugs, pillows, paintings, and decorative elements (especially in the beautiful family room!) make for an especially crisp and exciting atmosphere.
Our favorite touch is definitely the spidery black chandelier hanging from the double-height ceiling of the entertainment area. It looks great with the shocking orange rug and clean natural stone – what a masterpiece of modern composition!
Which part of the Honiton 2010 House do you love best?