What if you are an owner of a mid century mundane house and you want to make a complete transformation into a modern design house?
Do you have a slightest idea how renovation can transform the retro into new and contemporary? And at the end – you actually want to sell the house?! Well, that’s the case with homeowner Tyler Gourley in Salt Lake City, Utah, US. The original 1950s home was remodelled and rebuilt into a stunning modern, 2,600-sq.-ft. two-storey house inspired by natural house design and modern aesthetics.
Modern design house
Tyler Gourley definitely knew what he is doing. He turned the house into a masterpiece. The modern design house, paired with grey tiled flooring and cast-in-place concrete fixtures sits on a corner, and the deck provides great views of the surrounding mountains and downtown Salt Lake City. Its interiors are made of salvaged bamboo and walnut wood floors and details while the wood kitchen features stunning custom cabinets. The living spaces, three bedrooms and three bathrooms are all finished with the same respect. There is also a bar and seating area on the lower level opens onto the patio and pool through glass doors.
Modern design house – the entry
The private patio has a swimming pool, a pool house for guests and plenty of space for relaxation. The house boasts covered parking and a bottom level that opens onto a guarded pool area and cabana. The floor-to-ceiling fireplace is a true piece de resistance! The fairly masculine interiors include dark wood, gray floors, cast concrete while white walls lend an opulent atmosphere to the house. Throughout this great renovated home, dark stained wood can be found everywhere – floors, fireplaces, and cabinetry. The house is currently listed for sale at $649,000. If you live nearby and you are thinking of buying a house then here’s a great offer you shouldn’t miss.
Minimalist modern kitchen
Minimalist interior design
Living room design
The Bathroom interior