The Decorating Minimalist Mansion is indeed so perfect for residence in rural area, especially when the location is surrounded with subtropical trees. As The Residential Project that is proposed by Dennis Gibbens Architects, the exterior design of the house is so delightful. In addition, the exterior wall is painted in white color so that it really looks so delightful. For the exterior decoration, the glass panel that is installed on the wall really makes the exterior looks more natural.
Under the main building that is supported with outdoor column, the small patio is decorated with minimalist furniture. In addition, the yard is decorated with green lawn with square pathways for the stepping-stone. The glass window really looks so enchanting because it is covered with authentic curtain. In addition, the Minimalist House Decor is designed in minimalist style so that white color makes the interior is so lavish. The outdoor pergola that is used to decorate the longue spot really makes the exterior design of the mansion becomes more complete. Back again to the patio, the rubber furniture that has black design really makes the patio has a delightful nuance.
Through the glass panel, the white interior design is so well-furnished with modern furniture as the main furniture decoration. The exterior column of the patio is also designed with perforated model so that it really looks so delightful. For the outdoor balcony at the second floor, the aluminum railing is really the best decoration. The subtropical flowers are indeed embossing the Zen nuance for the mansion. With outdoor pool is decorated with small pond, the patio near the pool deck looks so enchanting. In addition, the exterior is dominated with white color so that the mansion emerges the most elegant view.
The garden dining table that is made from wooden material is also another decoration for the exterior design. In addition, the chairs are made from aluminum material with fabric panel. Therefore, for Minimalist Home Decor Ideas, the exterior design looks so delightful with rural nuance.
Photographs: Ryan Childers