Here’s another beautiful house in Coromandel, New Zealand by the architects Crosson, Clarke and Carnacha. I previously covered one of their homes in my post on Mid-Century Modern Beachside. This design firm has some truly amazing projects, and I would cover them all, but I particularly like their Kuaotunu Beach House.
I mean come on, this is per-FEC-tion. This holiday home is giving off a modern, yet relaxed, Hamptons vibe. I love it: the openness of the home, the multiple rooms that each open up to the patio, the seclusion and the view. The materials and color palette both reflect the home’s surroundings and add to the modern beach cottage aesthetic.
These look like the Modern Floater Chaise by Manuel Kretzer and Mathias Bernhard, but I’m not 100% certain. Either way, I love a modern floating chaise!
Let’s talk about this den that opens up onto the patio: What I really like, besides the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, is the incorporation of beachy materials. The oars hung as wall art, and grassy green area rugs are lovely.
From this view you can see how expansive this home is.
This view is something else. And because the walls are made of glass, the homeowners have variants of this spectacular view from every room!