We see everyday the work of some of the most brilliant minds, designers and architects, that create out of nothing impressive living spaces and yet, we rarely think about their homes and how do they look like. So here we are, “sneaking” inside the house of a designer, Susan Drover from SAM Design and exploring her “imaginarium”.
This Austin home has a beige sectional sofa, a contemporary rocking chair and classic windows and doors to show for itself, but it is the vault ceiling that highlight the space and light of this living room. Renovation of existing family room, custom built-in cabinetry for TV, drops down movie screen and books. A new articulated ceiling along with wall panels, a bench and other storage was designed as well. One look and you can see the curved beams which are exposed for us to be able to see the vaulted ceiling. An artistic way of showing off with contemporary finds decorated in this room. The aim was to make a sleek and clean look for this living space which has a great view of the sea - plus point is the floor to ceiling windows with gorgeous black blinds complementing the sofa and the flooring.
Her lovely home is located in St. John`s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Simple, yet elegant, Susan Drover`s living space has something that makes you say: “Yes, this is definitely a warm place, where I can enjoy the little things in life. A real home”.
It`s very funny how we usually wander with our minds, imagining all sorts of beautiful places: from spacious luxury homes with breezy patios, to NY lofts with a particular bohemian flair or small compact Scandinavian apartments with a sharp sense of style.
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