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The first home is a small apartment for a family with young and older children. Light wood cladding replaces the endless planes of white ordinarily found in a home this minimalistic, a little warmer and more comfortable than the alternative. A wide row of windows illuminates the interior and ensures that the matte black elements don't overwhelm the desirable brightness.These two minimalist homes use bold black accents against a backdrop of light wood panels.
The living room is focused around a pair of sleek nesting tables. Low furniture and a balance of natural materials and bright white surfaces make the most of the generous bay window.Natural materials and organic decor bring warmth to this minimalist Chinese home inspired by Zen concepts.
Striking yet muted in mid-grey-panelling, a strip of LED-lighting sits pretty above contrasting white peonies.Forty kitchens that use grey to achieve contemporary and classic designs. Mixing with teal, wood, concrete and marble, grey's many...

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Located in Shizuoka, Japan, our first home was designed for those living in close quarters. Taking three days to visualise, its combination of iron, slatted grey wood and natural hues remind of an urban jungle. The living room grounds its design in concrete-panelled ceilings, light wood and a grey-slatted canvas. Brown suede couches remind of hides, while table mosses show different forest species. Ocean-themed watercolours mist the walls, as boxed white windows let light on the concrete floor. A wooden platform, looking more outdoors than in, looks down on plant life.A house tour of four Asian-inspired homes that draw on themes of nature, simplicity and the classical modern. Take a look for a tr...
The living room beckons in a bold display of autumnal tones, started off by an olive feature panel housing a clock and stacked wood. As golden Chinese lanterns dangle from the ceiling, charcoal blocks out a TV panel, woollen rug and block sofas. Pops of unexpected orange in couches and walls add warmth, while light wood lies calm in a bookcase, floor and central table.Embrace autumn with a contemporary look - not using outdated darker, varnished wood. Burnt orange and olive play a dramatic part i...
legal track car feature glass panel in concreteA tour of a two-storey, innovative home designed to let Mum and Dad have space from the kids. Forest views and a track car centre ...
The moss-covered wall also helps provide some division between the kitchen and living room. Here, the dining table finds a sensible home.Springtime grass and foggy lakefront mornings make up the color palettes of these two spectacular apartments.
Let's start with something totally out of the ordinary. This kitchen builds off uniquely angled architecture with a trapezoidal island. The result is a surreal environment that turns spatial perception on its head.Futuristic islands, unique architecture, and playful tiles are just a few of the geometric features that bring these very differen...

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Our first space, for a couple with children, sits at a mere 180sqm. Located in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, it was briefed to create a total of nine living spaces with an airy, light feel. Situating three living spaces within the one room, each area is spatially designated through colour and feel. The living room makes a stand with a wooden feel, where low wooden cabinetry, floors and wooden wall panels add a simplistic backdrop. Mustard chairs sing next to a light-grey L-sofa, while yellow patterns in the rug rush to greet it. LED strip and box lighting keep it modern, while a bamboo plant in the corner introduces nature. A marble TV cabinet and living room table add a touch of class unbreakable by the kids.A house tour of two homes that use mustard, wood and light shades to make spaces large and beautiful. One has kids, one doesn't.
Opening with the living room, it's easy to appreciate the combination of flowing curves and crisp edges. Linear shapes define the primary seating area but the suspension lamp influences the entire room with its fluidity.Light wood cladding and unfinished concrete come together within this fresh modern home.
Our first space uses all three often-secondary palettes in the one space. In the living room, a squared-off, L-shaped soft grey couch offers comfort, while the black-screened TV provides dramatic viewing. Full white walls transform into geometric shapes, which form sides of the staircase railing and intersect with a white wooden kitchen and dining floor. A grey brick wall stretching upstairs notices depth, lit with simple camera and box lighting. A black abstract art piece gives focus from opposite angles.Three house tours as designed by Oporski Architektura, which show how minimalism and muted tones can be the hero, rather than back...
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