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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.
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...
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.
architectural landmark souvenirsJsouc by Russian designer Kostya Kolesov is a beautiful souvenir set that captures the beauty of iconic architectural landmarks us...
Concrete accents and sharp lines would make any other space feel too sterile, but the subtle range of grays does a wonderful job of softening the aesthetic.Low furniture is a useful way to preserve a beautiful view. These minimalistic homes just work.
It's a shared space, but smartly divided through clever color blocking techniques.A beautiful turquoise palette is rendered in accurate blue, green, and just a touch of yellow.
Let's start with a black and white home that tends toward the darker side. This home concept avoids middle grayscale tones within the overarching theme and instead uses them as subtle accents whenever possible. Even the artwork features a stark transition between dark and light – and the same goes for most of the furniture. Light gray stripes on the rolling shades offer the only variation from this angle.It's hard to go wrong with simple black and white - but these interiors show how to do this modernistic style just right.

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The collapsible table also doubles as a great place to study or read.This modern home only has 33-square-meters of floor space, yet allows plenty of privacy.
low-soft-sofaThis minimalist home in Russia is a perfect zen retreat for a clean family of four.
The main living area includes a large seating area as well as a desk and breakfast bar. There are no walls or other division between the spaces. Rather, the carefully chosen furnishings create a visual division with a low angular sofa dominating the entertaining space and white molded chairs positioned on either side for the home office and kitchen area.Without walls, every piece of furniture and tiny accessory takes on even more meaning in this stunning minimalist home.
At 1424 square feet (132 square meters), this apartment presents a unique solution to a ceiling problem, in which there was a height difference that threw off the interior's aesthetics. To correct, the ceiling in the living area as given a beveled design, in addition to a sloping ceiling shape. This created a space that looked - and felt - longer and wider. Designed by Huang Yi Feng and Li Yuzhi, this apartment is located in the Taichung area of Taiwan and features a modern design, including a living room, dining room, kitchen, guest suite with bathroom, study, and master bedroom with bathroom.Some beautiful example of modern asian minimalism.
For a house made entirely of brick, the interior is surprisingly warm and welcoming with sunlight streaming in from overhead openings and the airy exterior. The use of wood as a whole is kept to a minimum, with a few pieces of custom furniture and a small cooking area with wood cabinetry.An amazing brick house in Da Nang City, Vietnam utilizes the timeless material to create a truly contemporary sapce.

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The second home we are featuring has its similarities to the urban palace, also creating a distinct comfort and luxurious peace even within the bustle of a big city. The team has subscribed here to the idea that the more white and blank space they leave in the initial design, the better able a homeowner is to add their own ideas, whether that means art, color, or furniture.Taiwan-based designers Snuper Design find inspiration everywhere, from the history that surrounds them to the imperfect grain of ...
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