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Here's another staircase with a remarkable floating effect, this time with an ultra-modern twist. The treads give the effect of a flat transparent ribbon folded over itself to form a passage to the second story. The suspension wires are ultra-thin to prevent obstruction of the landscape.A gorgeous staircase is more than just a route from one floor to next: these sculptural stairs are sure to inspire.
First, artist Boryana Ilieva explores the world of colorful NYC apartments belonging to struggling young artists, illustrators, actors and other creatives. This first apartment highlights Hannah's apartment from Lena Dunham's television series Girls, a colorful space with an open layout.A watercolor artist re-imagines famous homes from television and film as beautiful floor plans.
A stylish white bedroom resides inside the central divider. Such a smart use of space!These modern apartments offer creative ways to organize and decorate within a small studio layout.

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This colorful apartment in Kiev was designed by Andrew Sokruta – filled with oceanic and tropical hues throughout. Immediately, the most noticeable feature is the large volume that separates the kitchen from the hallway to the left. It houses some extra storage on the kitchen side in addition to providing a nice interior compartment for added useable space accessible from the hall.A clutter-free home depends on smart storage solutions - these four modern homes offer abundant inspiration.
An overhead view reveals the layout to be compact and efficient, using blocks of gray to delineate each area according to function. Dark colors grouped with dark colors create a sense of intimacy and closeness – an impressive feat considering the scale and openness of the layout. The protruding volume of the accent wall separates it from the rest of the space.These modern homes show the playful side of gray interior color palettes.
There is a certain desert appeal in this particular space. A  neutral, sandy color palette stands in lovely contrast with a turquoise sofa, giving the home the pretty shimmer of a sunset.Six home designs from the same visualizer are both stylish and comfortable for a practical turn on modern interiors.
folding-coffee-tableSeven homes with calming, cool, neutral interiors for modern couples and family. Get inspired to make a neutral change.
Check out the dining area  where additional boards swing into place to create more space.Each of these three homes has its own character but each also uses wood to great, stylish effect.

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In the second home, white dominates. A large white sofa stands in contrast to dark brown rugs and walls, which creates an almost regal effect. A bit of exposed wood and brick in the home office has its own rustic charm while the bedroom trends back towards royalty with its canopy bed and chandelier.Five homes visualized to be cozy, comfortable, and dominated by grays and creams.
Patterned area rugs are good options in smaller spaces because they add color and excitement without hemming in the room with dark walls.40 home floor plans for two bedroom houses and apartments.
The first space comes from designer Mario Stoica, who uses a range of colors and modern textures to create a comfortable, vibrant space. In the living room, light grays provide a neutral canvas for different shades of green, giving the space the feeling of new growth and new beginnings, which is perfect for a young and growing family. The open floor plan makes it easy to relax on one of the large sofas or sit for a few hours and refuse to eat your broccoli, if necessary.Step inside these luxury apartments for young couples with kids.
This small one bedroom has a colorful kitchen and tiny balcony, making it perfect for a young couple.Take a look at 40 different ways to layout a one bedroom apartment.
ikea-catalogTake a look at IKEA's 2016 catalog. Includes pictures of IKEA 2016 living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and more.

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The second home is not all that different from the first. Muted browns and silky yellows are once again used in concert for what becomes a natural and almost celebratory palette. An indoor tree in this home manages to extend the early elements of the design.Cheerful yellow and bright blue make these two homes pretty and perky in their simplicity.
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