For those who are looking for a contemporary home idea in an eye-catching color arrangement, consider this stacked house located in Montreal, Canada. The idea of a stacked house is to build layers in an upward direction with different colors and characteristics so that it looks unique yet sophisticated.
This house has four levels, but mainly in shadings of gray tone. The first level is made from gray bricks. The second one is built from light gray wooden panels. The third is vertically arranged gray panels. Finally the top is light gray metal.
Let’s peek inside this stacked house.
This building has a box style for the interior part with outdoor spaces inside. Meanwhile the living room looks gorgeous with its white color choice. It has comfy sofas from gray fabric materials placed in front of the light wood bookshelf where a television and book collections are placed.
This section is built with a floating staircase in light wood material choice, with black handrails that makes it looks elegant. Even though the kitchen space is designed in a white theme, it is still characterized through wooden shelving units and a gray countertop. Red furniture is given the limelight as a vivid touch.
White is used both for the walls and ceiling. The flooring surface is wood paneling. The bathroom is also a modern design but uses a rather minimalist style of gray tone combination.
Gray tiles in mini size are installed in the bathroom’s floor and part of the walls. A frosted glass partition is added to separate the shower with the rest of the space. Finally we have a black counter-top and light wooden cabinets for the vanity area.
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