Gallery featuring images of the minimalist wood filled Lins house by PartiDesign.
Welcome to our gallery highlighting the stunning minimalist Xiaos house, a contemporary wood toned creation by PartiDesign.
Like other PartiDesign homes we’ve showcased, this subtly luxurious space is decked out from top to bottom with natural timber in a range of sumptuous tones. The extensive use of wood paneling is a distinctive element that defines the entire home, mixing the sleek minimalist shapes with warm natural textures.
An open concept design unites the entire space, joined beneath light white ceilings throughout. Look for unique touches within each room, including cubic shelving, discreet cubbies, and subtle lighting.
We hope you enjoy this gorgeous mixture of minimalism and rich natural wood as much as we do!
The open living room centers on this beige sofa, backed against a dark toned wood desk. In the background we see the cubic shelving unit.
The cubic shelving opens in surprising ways, with panels both vertically and horizontally hinged, revealing interior storage.
The lengthy dark toned wood desk sits behind the sofa, carving out a subtle office area within the large room.
The dark toned desk works in contrast with the light cushioning, warm wood tones, and white walls surrounding.
The entertainment shelving against the white brick wall stands a pair of shelves around a low-slung wood panel holding the AV equipment. Shelf on the right divides the living room from the rest of the home.
The kitchen is defined by the large light wood island at left, and small dining table at center.
A single pendant light hangs over the modern dining table. We see a series of subtle cubbies at left.
The kitchen features glossy white cabinetry and a matching refrigerator, separating its colors from the rest of the home.
The glossy white kitchen countertops match the cabinetry and appliances, helping define this space.
Here’s a close view of the living room area from the kitchen, with the elegant white and steel pendant light in foreground.
Pulling back near the entrance, we see the expanse of rich hardwood flooring spread out beneath the open design home.
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