Usually, living rooms benefit from double-height ceilings. This means that the décor of the living room has to be inviting because that’s where family members get to spend time together. But this corner has to be perfectly decorated if it can be comfortable and relaxing and if the interior design is well-proportioned.

The split level residence features a spacious living room, a kitchen, a dining room and a bathroom. The rooms are all very bright and they were decorated beautifully. Moreover, they have large windows that provide great views over the surrounding area.

The style of the house is modern and abstract. In the area of traditional Thai homes, this Asian influence is more visible. This is a house that’s more functional and inviting than any other house. It has plenty of storage space and it also benefits from a nice outdoor space where you can chill in hot, sunny days. It’s a great place for relaxation. Let’s take a look at this pictures and see how a room with such simple walls could be turned into a relaxing space.

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The living room features a spacious wooden deck with an elevated platform that serves as a day bed. The wooden floors add warmth to the space and the modern kitchen shares the same characteristics as the rest of the house. The terrace is elegant and elegant and the wooden flooring gives it privacy but also brings some warmth to the décor.

The master bedroom is simple and elegant. It has white walls, large windows and wrought iron furniture. In addition to those, the room includes an office with only one window, a sunroom and plenty of storage space. The deck is also great.{found on shadeandspeablog}