Nethermead Residence is a transitional style home that blurs boundaries between indoors and out, designed by Carlton Architecture, located in Asheville, North Carolina. Designed as a summer retreat, the home is situated in a newly planned community, embracing its opportunity to create relaxing spaces both indoors and out. The main interior living spaces, kitchen, dining and living area are situated under an exposed-frame pavilion roof, as well as the porch and outdoor kitchen. There is an almost flawless transition between interior and exterior spaces, bringing the outdoors in and creating a sense of living within a forested landscape. Upon entrance to the residence, you are welcomed by a “warm glow of clear-finished cypress walls and rich walnut stained flooring.” Great attention to detail was given throughout the home in the relationship of materials as well the ambient lighting and composition of space.
The home offers a stunning contrast between a traditional style entry and living spaces that showcase more relaxed, contemporary living. In the pavilion area, an elegant transition is provided by merging the interior with the outdoor terrace, all underneath a continuous ceiling. Indoor and outdoor living spaces are divided by a wall of glass, allowing for a visual connectivity between the home and nature.
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Photos: Courtesy of Carlton Architecture
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