With all these intriguing places we get to visually experience, we wouldn’t mind if you considered us the ultimate interior globetrotters! To continue our desert theme this week, we find ourselves landing in Palm Springs, California to check out this amazing modern desert home.
Known as the Frey House II, this stunning modern desert home is named after Albert Frey, a man who was instrumental in creating the design trend of the mid-century modern style in the area. The owners of this home also own the Palm Springs Art Museum, which is conveniently nearby. There’s no surprise that its design is a masterpiece, for it was uniquely built around a huge boulder that inspires the lovely color scheme and decor of this home. With panoramic, all-glass windows and a slanted roof, natural light and shade are simultaneously invited within balance.
The sectional-styled furniture looks as if it’s custom-made to fit around the robust boulder, while it provides mini-couches and side tables. How clever!
With minimal textures, and a nice touch of teal and yellow here and there to complement its exterior surroundings, this modern desert home really makes us forget that its only 800 square feet!