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The more you explore this home, the more detail it reveals. It starts out with a relatively simple living room brimming with warmth. Horizontal wood panels feature a mix of shorter and longer segments, making it easier for any integrated storage spaces to blend seamlessly and disappear within the woodwork.These stylish wood interiors show how natural materials can be the highlight of your modern home decor.
Polished brass pendant lamps coordinate with the wood cabinets and cream backsplash in the kitchen. The warm hues also provide a surprisingly pleasant contrast to the textural greenery found throughout the living room.These small apartments rely on neutral color schemes for clarity and consistency, yet cheerful splashes of color make each design ...
light-wood-flooringFour homes that use white as a main component of their interior design.

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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. In the entryway, a creative wood slat design acts as an open coat closet and creative room divider.A bright and sunny apartment in Saint Petersburg uses both midcentury furniture and Scandinavian details to create a pretty, creat...
yellow-and-stripesThese cute and stylish apartments offer a modern spin on wood paneling.
As sunlight streams in from overhead skylights, it illuminates the clean lines and carefully chosen furnishings in this lovely top level apartment.Gallery of 50 Inspirational Scandinavian style living rooms. Get inspired for your own simple, minimalist living room by them.
The first space is home to a musician, his wife who is a photographer, and their two children. The space measures 135 square meters (1453 square feet). The living areas are communal for the entire family, but the space also includes a photo lab, a music studio, and a gallery.These two music themed homes are stylish and inspirational for the creative energy in anyone.
Concrete works well in lofts, to be sure, but you don't have to have an artsy spot overlooking downtown to make it work. This space is super chic and uses a lot of disparate style elements to create a unified look. The exposed concrete in the living room definitely give the home a bit of an edge while interior glass walls separate the bedroom from the rest of the house. Glass blocks in the kitchen and both let in lots of natural light without compromising privacy.These studio apartments use sleek concrete finish to channel the warm industrial trend.

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carport-designThese photos from Soopakorn Srisakul give a vibrant look into three modern Thai homes.
cool-modern-sofaA slanted ceiling gives even the most cramped space an almost ethereal feel.
The second space, designed for a creative, open-minded family in 2013, has a similar atmosphere if different specifics. The hardwood here is new and stylishly designed while an amazing white leather chesterfield draws the eye in the contemporary living room. We've seen the clock face window in other designs, but the wrought iron look definitely fits right in here.Take a look inside these three homes that each have their own modern take on rustic, vintage design.
In this first home, one wall in the kitchen, stretching from the floor to the ceiling, is covered in plants. In an otherwise neutral toned open home that utilizes gray, white, brown, and black, the pop of vibrant green is instantly eye catching. In order to the keep the plants alive and thriving indoors, creative measures must be taken. Here, a skylight above the wall allows for natural sunlight to stream in all day.Three homes that feature beautiful and vibrant green gardens indoors.
Measuring in at 65 square meters, this apartment may be small on footprint but large in style.Exposed brick can be a focal point or an accent, depending on how you design with it. See two approaches taken by two very differe...

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soft-pink-sofaFour renovations from the team at Los Angeles-based Commune design will take your breath away.
The first home uses natural materials to create a particularly warm atmosphere within the space. Natural wood grain paneling covers the kitchen cabinetry and extends onto the ceiling above for a unique, enveloping effect. Other accents include a natural stone column, dense shag area rugs, and minimalist wire sculpted light fixtures. The interplay of these simple materials and their rich textures create a unique and overall interesting space.5 homes from the visualizers at Iqosa are each unique, sleek, and elegant in their neutral colors and careful designs.
The first space uses cool, dark grays as its main color palette. The gray walls and furnitures meld with the dark exposed brick and hardwood flooring for a look that is decidedly dark but certainly not frightening. Instead, it has a certain stylish bachelor pad appeal with a few industrial notes for good measure.Cool neutral tones like gray, browns, and cream make these six home pretty and stylish at the same time.
white-molded-wallsUse of white certainly does not have to mean that design takes a turn for boring. Just look at these three apartments to get a sen...
The first home is a four bedroom space in Taipei that measures 2562 square feet (238 square meters). The two story home is quite spacious and manages to incorporate both sleek, Asian-inspired design and a bit of playful whimsy. This tongue-in-cheek style is immediately evident in the living room where, in lieu of a coffee table, we find a few hewn tree trunks on a grassy area rug, accompanied by a lemon-esque love seat. It's the perfect place for children of any age to relax.The three homes in this post are inspiring in terms of their minimalism but also how they manage to incorporate plenty of personal...

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The first house is located in Wroclaw and draws heavily a dark gray color palette. The main living area features a dark gray modular sofa with cushions that can easily be swapped and slid and removed according to an individual's comfort level.If you have always dreamed of sleeping in a glass box, free from distractions like color take a step inside these ultra minimalist...
large-grey-sofaTake a look inside these five apartments that use grey as staple and you may just change your mind about this cloudy palette. Some...
The first home featured is a penthouse designed by a sculptor. Interior designer Anton Medvedev took full advantage of the sky high ceilings with smooth concrete walls and plenty of exposed metal. Unlike some modern loft designs, the metal here is not a perfectly polished chrome but is actually rusted over for a really unique accent.Once the bastion of cold, desolate warehouses, these artsy and stylish apartments show how it can be a part of a unique and beauti...
The softness of the neutral furniture and the hard walls and floors makes it that much easier to settle in on the sofa or the cozy built in seating next to the indoor fire pit.These homes make use of the classic exposed brick design element but manage to bring it into harmony with their otherwise modern s...
grey-and-red-designInspired by the simplicity and affordable luxury of Scandinavian design, this apartment offers plenty of stylish choices and some ...

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polished-white-floorsPlenty of sunlight, natural wood elements and welcoming sports to gather are all common these spaces from Korean designer Jun wook...
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