Who wants to be stuck inside all day? The good news is that you don't have to. Biophilic Design is all about bringing the outdoors in!
If spending time outside lifts your spirits, then having a home that brings in light, views, and nature might be the right fit for you.
Anderson Windows and doors came in clutch for this project with oversized windows and 3 sets of sliding doors in 16' widths! The doors open right onto the patio making entertaining indoors and out a breeze.
Bringing in the biophilic element of wood, warm walnut tones flow throughout the house. Jennair Appliances from Tri-Supply provide a panel front refrigerator that continues the warmth of the walnut cabinetry to create the perfect atmosphere for this kitchen. The oversized window at the kitchen sink adds to the open feel of the space.
The doors and windows steal the show allowing views of the sunrises, sunsets, moon, and stars from every single room, captured here by John Ishee Photography.
This wet area design features a combined tub and shower that create one space to show off the beautiful backdrop of solid marble wall; a biophilic design masterpiece!
With a view like this, a balcony was the way to go for early morning coffee and evening glasses of wine.
Waking up to a morning sunrise, if that's your thing, is amazing in this master with 16' of glass windows and natural wood beams above. The architectural design of the ceiling brings a unique feel to the room, and combined with the view makes it the perfect place to relax.
Walnut carries into the stairway. The railing was hand sketched and the metal fabricator nailed it!
The kids bathroom gets a pop of color! YOLO, as they say, may as well have some fun. Floating vanities in all the bathrooms add a feeling of spaciousness.
We kept it bright with the natural light and continued the fun blue of the adjoining kids bath into the kids room.
Local designer CE Interiors took it to the next level with the geometric mural and so much more.
The kids are living their best life with the loft play room just a short rock wall climb above the bedroom.
The tucked away play room feels like it's perched in the trees keeping the connection with nature in every room. From here they even have their own door to the adjoining game room!
Lots of fun to be had with plenty of space in the game room and views overlooking the front and back of the property.
The lucky cook in this kitchen won't be stuck facing a wall, but rather facing all the views, and staying connected with family and friends with an island that easily seats a party of six. The trim is minimal, keeping the focus on the elements.
Custom metal cabinetry fabricated by 71 Metal Works pairs nicely with the natural veining of the quartzite.
Another labor of love
At Acadian Dream Homes we love building some of the most unique and beautiful homes all across South East Texas. It's been a pleasure of ours for the last twelve years and we look forward to many more.
If you have some ideas of your unique custom dream home, give us a call and let's get started.