The posts in this section give a complete round up of great homes and try to include imagery from every possible room in the home.

This loft space is cool, calming and chic — just what you’d expect from a German loft.These lofts are warm and inviting, yet cool and refined. They're chic, and it's intelligent, but it's also warm and familiar. Ste...
Inside, sliding glass doors allow each room to have intimate contact with the sculpted courtyard landscaping.This modern and inspiring Hiroshima home offers a natural refuge in the midst of the city.
The couple is passionate about cooking - while planning the home design, one of the most important requests by the clients was an open kitchen for a full view of the living and play areas.This family-friendly apartment uses smart interior architecture to facilitate play and interaction.

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They’ve done this by using a beige color pallet, with warm grays also construed throughout the space. This living area feels both cozy and modern.Whether you’ve got brick walls in your space, or you’re thinking of adding an accent wall, browse these spaces to see what makes t...
This incredibly modern space is flushed with white walls, cabinets, marble, flooring, and lights. At the center of it all is this oversized couch that despite it’s clean lines looks overstuffed and super comfortable. The couch grounds the space so you don’t get lost in that sea of white.In design, white is often seen as the epitome of modernity, class, and sleekness. Bring some of that into your own home with insp...
In the daylight you can see how all these crisp lines and colors play wonderfully against one another. The red on the right pops against the pools turquoise tiles and really helps drawer eye up to the white windows in the center.Lush gardens, sleek design, open windows — this home is paradise. This modern take on traditional Thai & Chinese homes incorporate...
This space triples as an office, living room, and bedroom. But the large windows and glass wall into the kitchen help this otherwise tiny space feel spacious.Just because a space is small doesn't mean you can't pack it with style, and lots of savvy storage solutions. Get some serious ins...
The space to the right of the kitchen leaves plenty of open space for activities, while the colorful bookshelf prevents the area from looking underutilized. Those yellow planters are gorgeous!Natural materials, simple design, and fun details come together in this minimalist family home.

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While the smaller volume contains the living room, a short walk across the garden path leads to the larger structure that contains the dining room, kitchen, and the majority of the bedrooms.This luxurious modern home enjoys the outdoor aesthetic of a covered atrium thoroughfare.
The toffee colored wood and the deep blue distract from the cold floors.Big lofts transformed into cozy and chic spaces
This Manhattan penthouses boasts massive windows with sweeping views of the famous New York skyline. The designers have done a fantastic job not only focusing the furniture so it can take advantage of these views, but they’ve sectioned off the living space with a L shaped couch and a low bookshelf. Both tips you can use in your own space!Turn your penthouse dreams to reality by taking inspiration from these stunning penthouses from around the world.
The rich wood floors and stairs really ground the entire room, and the light elements like the walls and furniture keep it light and airy. You can see just how much open space there is below, and how it’s really been maximized.Stylish tiny apartments that maximize space to inspire your home.
The interior maximizes its exposure to the gorgeous landscape with an open floor plan for the social areas, the kitchen and living room divided by a dramatic central staircase that ascends through a rectangular void in the concrete ceiling.Large windows and minimalistic materials put this modern home's coastal view center stage.

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A large deer print emphasizes the accent colors and ensures balance throughout the room, rather than confining color to the lower half.From diagonal ceiling beams to high-contrast themes, this home offers a wealth of inspiration.
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