LeBlanc Residence Took Its Inspiration From A Film


LeBlanc Residence is just breathtaking. The beautiful residence had as inspiration a house from North by Northwestern, a film of Alfred Hitchcock. Merging traditional with contemporary, the architecture, as well as the design, are a hit. Tall ceilings create the illusion of more space, although rooms are airy already and earthy colors resemble to the picture outside.

The open kitchen has a décor that uses stone, wood and glass, making the connection to the dining room. There’s an interesting coffee table in the living room, looking like a piece of unpolished piece of rock, if traditional was mentioned before. Bedroom has lots of space, all the elements leading to a more masculine approach, with dark brown predominating in curtains, floorings and furniture.

Stone walls here and there give the feeling you’re somewhere back in the past, inhaling a very old feeling. The residence is surrounded outside by a stunning garden, with a swimming pool and seats to lounge and relax next to it in the back.

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