Bringing the past and the present together in a truly captivating fashion the house uses decor in diverse styles ranging from contemporary and Asian to midcentury vintage and even salvaged! It is this imaginative approach towards eclectic design that turns a seemingly mundane old structure into an inviting fun and exciting home that showcases the personality of its own and their wide art collection.
Combining the minimalist simplicity of classic Scandinavian design with modern aesthetics the smart home offers ample inspiration for those looking to embrace the timeless Nordic style. Clad in a soothing white backdrop and featuring colorful accents the Danish home exudes bright cheerful elegance.
Found on RTEdgar the once forgotten and worn-out warehouse was turned into a multi-level home with a distinct industrial flair that pays tribute to the rich past of the structure. Exposed brick walls large glass windows with black steel frames and decor that complements the vintage aura of the home come together to shape a truly exceptional living area.
Designed by architect Flavio Castro Planalto Paulista is a residence in São Paulo Brazil whose structure is arranged across two perpendicular volumes where the top is projecting over the bottom. Bold and brash the home strikes an elegant and handsome profile.
For the past few weeks we have showcased a fabulous array of ranging from lovely bathrooms to ergonomic home offices. Today we have more inspiration in the form of a beautiful apartment from that inspires you with its laid-back ambiance that seems both inviting and tasteful.
Of course the reason it has become the standard practice is because it makes plenty of sense and works more often than not. But when faced with the challenges of a unique lot on a narrow limestone ridge next to Specht Harpman Architects decided to flip things around and design a rooftop entry.
You’ve probably seen stucco on a large number of homes in this style and it’s no wonder! The white finish is an ideal counterpart to the red-tiled roof. When it comes to stucco homes do you prefer modern flair or traditional style? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…