This stunning cottage (visualized by Studio Aiko and designed by Orly Shrem) caught our eye and won our hearts with its open light-filled rooms, glass walls, interior glass-enclosed courtyards and comfortable mixed modern and contemporary furnishings.
What exactly makes a kitchen Italian? Well if Scavolini has any clue, we can see in the photos of their kitchen designs below that they all manifest as a work of art. Whether it be in the sleek curvature of lines or the color and design of the cabinetry, the Italian kitchen concept is open and stylishly modular.
This 114 sqm (1227 sqft) home based in Lviv, Ukraine uses small pops of bright colour to lift a neutral backdrop. Visualised by IDEADEYA design studio, the layout is somewhat unusual compared with many other open plan houses. On the first floor, the sofa floats in the centre of the room like an island.
A house interior in Barcelona stands awash with brightly coloured accent pieces, popping with all the glorious colours of the rainbow. Photographed by Sergey Krasyuk, this happy home design is given a refreshing blast of nature too, with natural wood furniture that is scattered with large tropical leaves and bright flora.
From the exterior through the bedrooms and private wine cellar, this modern home from architect Guido Costantino is spectacular. The natural materials in use throughout the home, including slabs of unfinished concrete and beautiful wood floors, play with the idea natural vs.
German-based Hülsta Furnitures range of modern media units are created by master craftsmen from fine light to dark woods. Their designs lend themselves to a minimalist styling. They boast flat front accents, clean lines and a myriad of multi-unit groupings.