Our theme of the week, this week, is using the landscapes or natural exposures, that you all have in your homes, to the best effect; by displaying them fantastically. We're going to show you some of the work from our professionals here at Homify, who have done an outstanding job at creating just this. Afterwards you'll be wanting to do the same, trust me.
We'll be especially focused on making your natural view like a painting hung up on your wall; bringing a breath of fresh air and life into your living room!
The wooden frame of the folding doors in this garage are a feature size pictureframe when open- a real life piece of art. Although the space outside is limited, the vibrant natural greens of the hedge provide privacy and does, nonetheless, create a small extension to the garage. Design by Harquitectes.
This music-sweet's sliding doors make for a ever present homage to nature; creating two sources of inspiration for a musician at work and receives plenty of natural light throughout the day. The ambient sounds of the day shut out but its beauty forever displayed, picturesque against either well. Design by Katja Loewer.
What an uninhibited source of natural inspiration this sliding door gives this studio by Philippe Stuebi. Imaging looking out onto this scene throughout the day; in any light, it would be stunning- so close to nature. The smooth glass face remains uninterrupted right the way across—providing ultimate visibility. What a picture!
This balcony, also from Philippe Stuebi, frames this source of green in a unique and vibrant way—the pink elevations around the balcony gives an interesting viewpoint to look out onto the garden.
We especially enjoy the contrast between the bold pink paint on the balcony and the energetic, lively greens it looks out onto.
What a view! Imagine waking up to this in the morning with a breath of fresh sea air. This hotel deign by Beatrice Pierallini sets a domestic viewpoint milestone and is one of the reasons we chose this subject for this week. Look at how the scene is set in the window and, on the balcony, is like an endless extension of it.
Fabio Barilari's corner window view, onto a rolling Italian landscape, is just made for looking out as the day goes past with a nice glass of wine in your hand. This design adds an extra dimension to the previous examples we've seen before now, and indeed many window designs, by going round a corner. A view to be jealous of…