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Upstair Design With White Lamps

November 19th, 2013

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Stone House from La Concha House

In earlier, home is built from wooden. As the times goes by, many elements can changes the role of wood as the main part of the building. People start to move from using the wood as their home element and move to the stone element.

Stone elements have some benefits that are not had by the wood element. Wood is element that is very strong but, it can be brittle when it is old. Thus, stone become the choice recently.

One example of stone building is stone house from la concha house. It is the combination of classic and natural stone as the elements of house building. It is usually called la concha. When we see closer to this kind of stone building, we will see a little similarity to the building in the 15th century. It is unique in some aspects.

What we see in the stone house from la concha house is the modern building touch. The house is proved by the glass tile. This house also has a big yard in the front and back that can make the people to bring their activities. In the outside building, it has a solid construction that can get high consumption of lights.

Stone house from la concha house is really modern and elegant. This house usually has some lights balancer to manage the balance of heaviness. The designer usually adds some lights materials in every room of the house. Moreover, in every corner of the rooms are completed by lighting.

Beyond the lighting balancing, it is also given some elegant furniture to build the sense of modern. This house is the appropriate home to visit in the winter since it has heavy lighting that can give the warm inside the home. Moreover, the decorative elements with the green plantation all over the house make it feel natural and calm.

Image Gallery

Upstair Design With White Lamps

White Dining Area With Wooden Bench

White Kitchen With Wooden Floor

Dining Room With Wooden Style Design

Glasses Floor With Bricks Wall

House Design Of La Concha With Unique Doors

Kitchen Area Under The Upstair Room

La Concha House WIth Glasses Pathway

La Concha House With Stone Design

Master Bedroom With Glasses Wall

Outdoor View Of La Concha House With Green Plantation

Semi Outdoor Bathroom With Amazing View

Unique Design Of La Concha House With Minimalist Style







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