Home can have more than one style. The owner of this residential planning design yearns to go home and can be portrayed in a holiday mood. The designer challenges and uses a variety of design styles to escape the stereotype of traditional residences. The whole is based on the European country style. The old house is renovated and the patio is used to bring natural light into the three-story building. The use of a large number of blue-purple makes this case like a holiday mansion by the starry sky. The space plan uses the first floor as public space, and the second and third floors are private areas such as bedrooms, study rooms, and balconies. The whole room uses a variety of natural wood, tile, stone, iron and other natural materials to match the expression of color, to build a leisurely situation, using a new design vocabulary to explain the style of home.
The bold blue-purple textured back wall can be seen in the living room on the first floor. The ceiling is illuminated by the shape of the room. The interspersed small chandelier lights are like the stars of the night. A small bar under the stars, sips all night. On the other side, a TV wall composed of white cultural stone, with light blue totem tiles, guides the European rural style. The position of the original staircase was changed to a patio. The modern staircase was combined with iron and plywood. The open-plan kitchen space incorporates American-style design for more free use. The hidden toilet behind the barn door is beige and gray with hexagonal tiles on the half wall, presenting a sense of abstract playfulness.
As the drill stepped up the stairs, the light was refracted from the holes. The bedrooms on the second floor are decorated with light wood flooring and cabinets with blue back walls, presenting a quiet European vocabulary. The study on the third floor also brings out a fresh and elegant sense of space with wood. Through the integration of patios, multiple styles, and design details, a high-light and exotic holiday home is created.