For those with interest in homes with mesmerizing designs, the mesmerizing Chevron House designed by Andy Martin Architects is unquestionably a home to take a look at.
This home has a high-contrast interior and the home itself is a renovation of an Edwardian style house which uses vibrant colors to exaggerate perspective and space. The home itself is located in a creative suburb of West London and it constitutes a new five-bedroom family house.
Chevron House has three levels including, for starter, a ground floor which constitutes a public level that is essentially one space divided only by the use of material and color. The second and third levels of the house are the private floors where bedrooms merge into bathrooms.
The house has interesting things on each floor and naturally, each level of the house is also designed in a way that makes them appear mesmerizingly stunning.
Speaking of Chevron House, there are various interesting things about the family house and the fact that the rear of the house has new extensions off both the houseâ€™s living area and kitchen which reach into the garden to effectively absorb light from the south.
Another interesting thing about this family house is the fact that the walls and the ceilings in this house are left light in color.
As the walls and the ceilings in this family house are left light in color, only elements or interventions such as joinery and various other things, would be strongly colored in Chevron House, thus, giving the family house a lighter atmosphere with considerably greater sense of perspective, which is a good thing.
Located in London, England, Chevron is undeniably an interesting family house with a mesmerizing design and of course, it can be a house many people, especially homeowners, can use as inspiration in designing mesmerizingly interesting family houses.