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Quite House Design for Weekend with Japanese Bungalow Style

August 05, 2011 By: yoseph Category: modern house plan

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Imagine how your feeling while is living in this bungalow house. It is quite house design for weekend and retreat with Japanese style. Exterior and interior is designed with wood material. It brings warm accent and atmosphere at all sides and corner of this home. At first sight you see, Japanese style house feels so strong. Open space plan, wooden wall and flooring include the ceiling make you living in real Japanese traditional home. It is built in private area which is surrounded by natural environment of mountain and bamboo plants. With open space, this house is easy to catch beautiful and fresh environment of outside. It also gives more natural lighting to inside. In fact, this bungalow home give easily enter of natural view to move inside. When you need quite and calm house with no disturbing, it is the best option for you. Combining traditional style of Japan house and fresh eyes of natural views, this home gives you everything you need. Comfortable and enjoyable weekend and holiday become more exciting in this warm place. See more detail through several images in here! And get more information at source site below.

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