Have you normally dreamed of residing in a lovely, thoroughly clean home that will lets you walk in and out to some gorgeous outdoor area from almost any room? Maybe you love modernly styled houses but you are careful regarding which items you pick out there so that your house doesn’t turn out to be modernized towards the extent it feels chilly or unlived in? After that prepare to become inspired with a home that will fits this particular very explanation to a Capital t. Read More
Open shelving is an easy, and usually inexpensive, way to update your space. Open shelving in kitchens seems to divide people into two camps: those who love the look (that would be us) and those who think open shelves attract dust and require too much editing. Open shelving is beautiful, but I’d really love a few cabinets to hide the ugly dishes in” camp. So we’ve gathered some inspiration for all you: a whole bunch of beautiful kitchens that combine open shelving and closed upper cabinets, beautifully. Ready to be persuaded? Here are 35 examples with open shelves that we find appealing. Be sure to leave the number of your favorite idea in the comments! Read More
Discovered on Trendir, this magnificent Mediterranean villa was designed by Tono Villa & Joan Miquel Segui Arquitectos in the exotic and thriving setting of Santa Ponsa (island of Mallorca, Spain). Incorporating dedicated outdoor spaces, Malgrats Seven is a breezy vacation home structured on two levels. Floors are distinctively marked by different chromatics and geometrical features (the lower level is stone-clad, highlighting the natural grid of colours whilst the top floor distinguishes itself through ultramodern/ futuristic characteristics. Undoubtably, the element that creates a strong impression on the viewer is the curving roofline section which favours lovely sky views during nighttime. Read More
Overlooking the Berkshire Hills and the beautiful lake located nearby, Berkshire Pond House is a wonderful weekend family home completed by architect David Jay Weiner in Becket, Massachusetts. The dwelling “was conceived as a folded volumetric sheet enclosure that wraps and folds into itself to form and define the major interior spaces, and tie the house with the landscape.” Built strategically on a densely wooded sloping site, the property, a neat cantilevered house, challenges the inhabitants to explore visually the surroundings and spend peacefully their leisure time. The house’s design is both, sustainable and economical (in construction and maintenance). Read More
Ontario, Canada is the place where Thorncrest House is nested. The rectangular-shaped single storey residence was designed by Altius Architecture, for a family of six. Being one of their latest inspiring homes, it features contemporary elements and a coated in blue zinc cladding exterior, standing out from the general street landscape. Glass panels replace the regular walls, allowing the sun to flood the interior with light and warmth, especially during wintertime.“Particular attention was paid to natural daylight exposure at the basement walk-out, easing its transition to grade via a sunken pool, deck and grass terraces. Shading is provided by deep roof overhangs and cantilevered volumes.” Read More
With a neat, all-white exterior, the Time House designed by LADAA, in Vilamarxant, Valencia, Spain is the perfect place to live in. Bright, spacious, modern and youthful, the house integrates two rectangular-shaped volumes, which define the villa’s architectural structure. It has several entrances and offers a variety of methods to relax and enjoy a tranquil lifestyle. The Time House spreads over 550 square meters, accommodating a spacious open space living room, located on the first floor, a terrace and a swimming pool, both encompassed by a glass fence and overall, a very stylish interior. The dominant colours are black and white (a classic combination, after all), evoking a certain type of modern elegance.
The zen atmosphere is encouraged: white pebbles adorn the second floor terrace. The view is amazing, especially in the mornings, when you get the see the nature’s matutinal revival. The house features a flat roof and several openings to take advantage as much as possible of the sun’s brightness and warmth. Inside, everything was designed with the clients in mind. Graceful, elegant and modern, the Time House is one of those places that makes you feel at home, without trying too hard. [Photo credit: LADAA Studio] Read More
As the weather cools down and the fall holiday months start creeping closer, it’s the perfect opportunity to incorporate fall elements into your home decor. Two of the season’s most iconic items, pine cones and leaves, offer an abundance of DIY possibilities. From table accents to wall prints and everything in between, these outdoorsy elements are sure to add a subtle touch of autumn with a dash of creativity. Sound like something you’d like to try? Here are a few DIYs for inspiration. Read More
A home is the only place where you feel in peace with the world, no matter what your brain and heart dictate you. It’s the place that (metaphorically) whispers: “Keep calm and have a break. Relax and enjoy the small things in life”. A home is more than just a regular house. A home is the place that defines you and reflects your true personality. Now, in the enchanting region of Carinthia, Austria, we’ve spotted an amazing dream home, called Haus Am See, designed by Spado Architects. With a modern design and a breathtaking view, Haus Am See is an inspiration for those who love modern architecture.
The back of the house accommodates a courtyard and a fancy small terrace. It’s the perfect place to enjoy the morning coffee while admiring the lake’s tranquility.The house is surrounded by a maze of greenery. This means that everywhere you look, you recharge yourself with positive energy. The interior is very stylish and bright, neatly decorated in neutral tones of colour. The kitchen is quite simple and minimalistic: few ornament and simplified shapes define it. Photo credit: Kurt Kuball