North Wales 201816th July 2018
Here’s an ultra-modern, crisp white, Californian-style, architect-designed self-build with open-plan, split level family living. The house has the benefit of extensive frontal sea views. Expanses of full-height, energy-efficient glazing maximise the views. All built with care and meticulous attention to detail. What more could anyone aspire to for the ultimate relaxing lifestyle?
This area features a heritage dining table for 8 with a top made from a single piece of solid wood with a natural fissure in the surface filled with clear resin.
Towards the front of the house, steps lead down from the kitchen to the lounge area, with picture windows that show the sea view to greatest effect.
Add in a SieMatic kitchen with Gaggenau and Miele appliances for a start. Little touches of clever design like an induction hob with built in extraction, avoiding the need for ducting in the ceiling. A Quooker tap, delivering piping hot water in an instant, eliminating the need for a kettle. A dark ‘Terra Larix’ woodgrain finish for the full-height cabinets and contrasting ‘Agate Grey’ base units, kitchen island and breakfast bar, separating the kitchen from the dining area.