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Using a lofted bed design can be a great way to save room in a small apartment if there is enough vertical space.
Casa Cor is an annual design event that brings together architects and designers to showcase their talents through the design of individual spaces within a large venue.
The two apartments featured in this post are similar in style though each has its own personality. The simple, sleek designs of both homes call to mind a minimalism, if they are not entirely minimalist.
How do you live in an apartment that is under 500 square feet? Quite comfortably if you know a good designer.
Whether you’re redoing your entire house or just want to freshen up your kitchen or bath, a new faucet can be a marvelous start.
Sometimes the best way to start any large project is to create a focal point that can be the “must have.” It’s no different when it comes to designing a home that perfectly suits a client.
The main entryway and living room benefit from large amounts of natural light. The design takes full advantage of these rays by using plenty of light colors, including a soft cashmere gray for the sofa, a light wood flooring, and white walls.
Throughout the house, sustainability is an important factor in the design. Concrete flooring, for instance, is not just trendy and clean but offers a low-maintenance flooring solution and helps to control temperature swings, even in Sonoma’s mostly mild climate.
When you have a home perched atop a hill in South Africa, chances are you may get some truly spectacular views.
The perfect lighting can make a huge difference in any room. The 50 lamps featured in this post range from the classic to the whimsical, from industrial to minimalist and from those meant for the study to those for the nightstand.
This beautiful hilltop home from Bligh Graham Architects is a sight to behold both inside and out. Its varied volumes connect seamlessly, emphasizing outdoor spaces, natural light, and of course, wood finishing.
As it turns out, 50 square meters (538 square feet) is plenty for a beautiful, livable space. And not just for one person, but for a whole family.
Open space is key to so many contemporary designs. The flow from one room to another – of people, of color, and of light – is what makes these designs work.
The next time you find yourself wishing you had more counter space in your bathroom or making the excuse that you just don’t have room in your house to workout, think about this micro home.
Wood paneled walls take many different forms. In the three homes featured here, designers do not shy away from their carefully chosen and brilliantly polished wood, letting it become a focal point for the space rather than just a practical accent.
The first home from visualizer Andrew Skliarov is a contemporary apartment in Kiev. The home measures 98.6 square meters (1061 square feet) and the chief direction from the clients was to maintain simplicity — with neither excess or deficiency.
The open floorplan in this industrial loft space is no surprise, but the creative way the different rooms and sections are divided is certainly unique.
The beauty of interior design is that no matter what the current trends, the best spaces take inspiration from current styles and marry them to retro or vintage looks to create something that’s ultimately unique.
Many modern homes are so starkly simple that they can be nothing but minimalist. Others include lots of artsy design elements and Eames chairs that could never be called minimal.
White and wood may be common enough when it comes to the soothing simplicity of Japanese-inspired designs.