A colonial house can be updated easily just with additional colors and contemporary details. W have a house that first is a colonial house. Then, the architect adds charcoal-colored stained brick, mahogany siding, and glass to attain contemporary feeling but timeless as well. So, this house will never go out of style.
Look at the exterior design of this house that done in dark-colored walls and rich woods. It has glass windows as well to recognize contemporary feel. Then, we love green plants all around that cute and fresh.
The porch with the seating area looks more inviting. A chair and bench seen warm and cozy with a fire pit table in the middle is the best place to enjoy the beauty of outdoor views. You can have a warm conversation as well.
The interior is designed very well with an open floor plan with a living area and kitchen to share the same space. With glass windows, this area looked bright and airy. A dark sofa break up the tone but chic.
What seen here is a kitchen with black and stained wood cabinets and white tile countertop. It has a kitchen island and some stools. With an L-shaped style, this cooking space lets the owners have more storage spaces. The subway tiles backsplash make it easy to clean after being used.
Getting a closer look at the living room, we will see an L-shaped dark grey with a TV for entertainment purposes. It has a built-in fireplace to keep this area warm in winter days. Then, the owner installs mid-century modern furniture items.
Coming into the dining space, we will see a round table with some comfy chairs. A rectangular patterned rug under the seating keeps it looks charming. It has a glazed wall to see the natural views outside with wooden storage before it.
Here is the bedroom that did very well on a black wall. The owners install a monochromatic bed and textiles for an elegant feel. Oh, look! It has an entrance to a terrace that completed well with lounge chairs.
The bathroom looks classic with a large floating vanity which has tow drop-in sinks. There are a shower space and an oval tub. The use of concrete for flooring gain colonial tone but can integrate with other modern features.