Lauriston House By Seeley Architects

The Lauriston House by Seeley Architects is quite the feat of architecture. The roof line has me scratching my head, not because I don’t like it but how did they build that. It does remind my of some mid century stores or gas stations that had roofs like that. I also like how the house sits on a stilt like structure. Not sure what the beams are made of but again the beams that travel through the house give off that mid century vibe. The slatted roof on the inside with the wave shape is a stunning architectural element. The quality of the interiors are top notch and the materials feel right and warm. Read More

Icaro Bed From Flexform Brings Italian Style To Your Bedroom

The past and present get mixed together in this Icaro bedroom collection. Flexform and Pisa born designer, Roberto Lazzeroni are the ones behind the Icaro bed and Icaro bedroom collection. A collection which boasts an oriental-inspired design almost guaranteed to induce a state of Zen-like calm.
The Icaro collection has a powerful structure in hard-wood and includes a bed, a bedside unit, a bookcase, a mirror and small tables. Read More


Richard Neutra In Pasadena California

This Richard Neutra in Pasadena California currently hit the market. The Clark House, restored by Marmol and Radziner and upgraded with today’s amenities, this property is a rare jewel on the Eastside. Built in 1957, on a large 26,306 SF lot. The signature for me is the back of the house with all of its glass luring the inside outside. The house is fairly modest and indiscreet. The home does look so nice and almost untouched. Kudos to Marmol and Radziner for doing an amazing job on the restoration. The wood built-ins look revived and ready for another 50 years. I could live in Pasadena, I lived in Glendale for a few years and the surrounding areas are beautiful. Read More

The Arte Kitchen Project By Marco Piva For Euromobil

The Arte kitchen project is a design made to ensure maximum efficiency of spaces and services. A project that comes from the concept that the kitchen area is a special place where you are using and transforming the elements of nature: water, fire, air and earth. Read More

Cheap Ways To Make IKEA Stuff From Plain To Expensive-Looking

If you have a piece of furniture or any other stuff from IKEA that you want to upgrade them to look more expensive than before, then you are at right place. Simple little changes can transform the way things look.  Most of these upgrading ideas listed here are just simple adjustments or additions but always […]

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The Best 23 DIY Ideas To Make Garden Stairs And Steps

Adding DIY steps and stairs to your garden or yard is a great way to enhance your outdoor landscaping whether they are perfectly flat or happen to sit in a slope. On the other hand, stairs on a garden offers ease of access to go from one level to another and serve as a walkway […]

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Relax In The Contemporary StarLit Lounger From Starpool

Nothing compares to the contemporary StarLit lounger, a design that makes you want to take a break, a nap or just a moment to contemplate the surroundings. Its smooth lines and curves offer peace and relaxation and radiate into space from a generous elegance. Read More

Old Warehouse In Melbourne Turned Into A Modern Green Haven

Finding a secluded and relaxing oasis of green in the rush of an urban landscape is almost impossible at times. But turning an old, discarded warehouse into a delightful modern home with its own little hub of green goodness, the 10 Glasshouse Street Residence in Richmond, Melbourne is truly one of a kind. The four bedroom and two bathroom family home was once a large warehouse and in its latest avatar it combines its past heritage with contemporary comfort, cheerful living space and a serene, leafy terrace. The result is truly spectacular as one gets to enjoy the best of Melbourne even while escaping the stereotypical city life. Read More

In The Foothills Of Franklin Mountains: Multi-Level Family Home In El Paso

Ushering an air of refinement to a rugged mountain landscape that overlooks the city of El Paso in Texas, Franklin Mountain House stands out visually at the foothills of imposing mountains. The gorgeous home designed by hazelbaker rush perfectly represents the blend of rocky mountain terrain on one side of the residence and the urban scenery on the other by combing the two contrasting worlds. Spread across three different levels, it is the lowest floor that houses the utility spaces, the first floor that contains the living area, dining and kitchen and the top level which contains the bedrooms and bathrooms. Read More

Single-Wall Kitchens: Space-Saving Designs With Functional Charm

The trend in the last few years has been to insert even a tiny island into the small kitchen to improve both functionality and aesthetic. Almost everyone seems to want a kitchen with a work triangle and even a comfy breakfast nook, if possible. But those looking to maximize space in the small, urban apartment still tend to find the single-wall kitchen as the most efficient and elegant option. Despite its seemingly one-dimensional look, this smart kitchen design has multi-dimensional advantages that make it a timeless choice. If you are making plans for a one-wall kitchen, then do not miss the latest inspirations and ideas below – Read More

Midcentury Modern Panache: Trendy New Décor From Essential Home

Midcentury modern took the design and décor world by storm a couple of years ago before it found a more permanent place in the upper echelon of the trends chart. From TV shows like Mad Men to innovative décor that brought midcentury vibe alive with modern flair, the last few years have definitely seen the classics from the 60’s being revived to their past glory. But not all of us can afford to bring home an original creation of Eames, George Nelson or Isamu Noguchi. Read More

A Dramatic Escape: Secluded Ocean-Side Retreat With Incredible Views

There is something undeniably charming and magnetic about a rugged coastline, a precarious cliff overlooking the ocean and the vast blue beyond. It is precisely in one such mesmerizing setting that The Lookout at Broad Cove Marsh sits in. Designed to make the most of the captivating ocean views on offer even while braving the rough weather and prying eyes, this beautiful getaway was built by Omar Gandhi Architect for a married couple from Toronto. The coastal escape sits on a thin strip of land on Broad Cove Marsh Road, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia and it is the landscape that defines its form and the materials used. Read More