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.

wood-ceilingA teeny tiny home provides everything you could need in a small, stylish package. If you are looking for a micro home, you shouldn...
teal-sofaThis smart penthouse in Kiev has iPad controlled blackout curtains for when those long nights just don't want to end.
The exterior has a modern gothic feel to it, with different levels stacked haphazardly on top of one another and jutting out in different directions. It's as if the Addams Family had to buy a new house and no turrets or widow's walks were allowed.With tons of marble and lots of furniture, this decadent design is a far cry from modern minimalism and a shout out to the me gene...

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luxury-wood-flooringA space that is both stylish and simple but still manages to feel practical and fun.
The space is designed linearly, such that the living room shares one wall with one bedroom, while that bedroom shares one wall with the second bedroom. Two long and narrow hallways on either side of the open rooms connect each separate space. That makes this home an ideal design for either a couple with guests who come frequently, or perhaps who are caring for an aging parent.This in-floor storage in this Japanese-inspired house is a fun little secret in an otherwise unforgiving space.
constellation-artThe colorful, fun designs that characterize so many kid's rooms don't have to be unsophisticated and this apartment proves it.
The first home has the light wood and neutral palette that has certainly been inspired by Japanese and Scandinavian minimalism. A small dining table fits nicely into the main living area, which also includes bench seating (with storage, of course) and a small cooking space. The coziest element is the sleeping nook, which has a soft curtain to pull closed and shut out the day.These itty bitty houses are definitely an inspiration in style and organization.
low-soft-sofaThis minimalist home in Russia is a perfect zen retreat for a clean family of four.

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exposed-ceiling-beamsAn artist's loft can take on many different characteristics, depending on the artist. These two options are quite different, but c...
huge-modern-sectionalThis music lover's home is set up perfectly for a couple who wants to spend all their time enjoying one another.
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.
yellow-dining-chairsThis Scandinavian loft is all the gorgeous simplicity and bright, sunny optimism that you would expect from the happiest region in...
The loft is divided into two distinct area: one for day and one for night. The open flow of the home, including vaulted ceilings and a ladder for reaching lofted bookshelves, is warm and welcoming. Part of this is due to the layout while part is due to the carefully selected materials. Natural pine makes up the wall and floor paneling and its warmth is immediately apparent. The rest of the space is bedecked mainly in black and white, keeping things neutral and a bit cheerful.A simple, space saving and stylish loft that uses some great techniques to make the most of its modest space.

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mustard-yellow-chairGet your own space saving ideas from this small apartment for a family of three.
The pattern choices in this next space are even more outlandish, though in entirely unique ways. In the kitchen area, a busy Scandinavian tiled look would be overpowering if it were done in any color other than a neutral grayish blue. A bright green shag rug and sharply pointed light fixtures add a bit of texture to the small space as well.Featuring four studio apartments that take creative liberties with patterns.
huge-bookcaseThis modern home in the suburbs of Kiev is the perfect weekend retreat for a young family who wants to relax in harmony and beauty...
The first apartment was designed for a young and stylish woman pursuing fashion. In the small studio space the designer has not only made an area for creation - with a folding sewing table and mannequin - but also taken inspiration from the timeless style icon that is Audrey Hepburn. Starting with an irreverent image of the beauty chewing gum, the entire story of the space was written. From Tiffany blue walls in honor of her classic role to bright pops of yellow and hints of black, it's an ideal space for a young woman striking out on her own and belonging to no one.Apartment design inspiration for those with a really small space. We feature four options for apartments under 50 square meters.
parisian-designThis lush and gorgeous apartment in Paris with crown molding and modern furniture is the stuff French dreams are made of.

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orange-design-ideasFive studio apartments each use a unique and stylish elements for warm and artistic interiors.
textured-accent-wallThis modern Moscow houses uses cool greys, white, and gold along with interesting textures to create a luxurious, comfortable feel...
futuristic-homeWith solar power and smartphone optimization, this New Zealand man cave would be an enviable retreat for anyone.
overstuffed-sofasThree cozy studio apartments that are perfectly designed for a pair of newlyweds.
cream-curtainsA beautiful 2 level home in neutral hues located in Kiev, Ukraine. Includes floor plans.

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It is not difficult to see the 1970's influence in the harsh exterior of the home. Slate gray tiles and a low profile could easily be off putting. That's why as part of the renovation, some walls were removed to make room for floor to ceiling glass, which makes both the interior and exterior more welcoming overall.One glimpse at this Mexico City home and you would have no idea it started as a 1970's atrocity.
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