Designed by Dmitry Sheleg and ZROBYM Architects, this 280 square meter interior in Minsk attempts to shatter the stereotypes associated with industrial-influenced interiors while still embracing the features that make the style so popular with modern design fans.
Nordic home designs are just as diverse as any other style - the foundational elements definitely leave ample room for individuality, experimentation, and growth.
What do white, cream, natural wood, and grey all have in common? They are all color hues included in these two homes from M3 Architectural & Construction Group and Mihail Vasin.
Designed by Partizki & Liani Architects, this incredible home relishes its elevated view of the coastal Tel Aviv skyline.
Sometimes when you have children it can be difficult to design a stylish home that's accommodating. This beautiful three bedroom and two bathroom house doesn't skimp on chic!
The streamlined and modern side of Scandinavian-inspired decor is a wonderful choice for designers who want a calm and cohesive style that remains open to future alterations.
These three luxury homes all employ an important unifying factor: intimate communication with the immaculately sculpted courtyards that surround them.
A tired 1990's apartment building on the Portuguese seaside has been revamped for the growing number of people looking for weekend and vacation homes.
Designed by Yevhen Zahorodnii & Sivak Trigubchak, this 180 square meter home offers some exciting inspiration.
Combining modern minimalist style, luxurious themes, and a hint of urban industrial influence, this handsome apartment could serve as a stunning showcase of today's most loved interior design trends.
Lofts are known for their tall ceilings, wide open spaces, and industrial details. But loft designs vary from the ultra modern to the eclectic, and the people who live in them transform these similar architectural spaces into designs that reflect their lives.
What was once the home of a famous Hungarian painter is now a chic loft in downtown Budapest. The contemporary space plays on the familiar elements of a loft with exposed beams, brick walls, and large factory-like windows while still adding elements of surprise.
Imagine this: you live in a spacious loft atop a metropolis. You're living space is as eclectic as the people who walk your city's streets, and the ceilings are as tall as the hopes and aspirations of all who flock there.
White washed brick, wood-tones, the perfect mix of funky and chic -these spaces boast all of that and more!
We've all imagined living the high life in the Hollywood hills - rolling up in a big car to a big house with a big pool.
An 18th century Polish fort is breathing new life thanks to its new inhabitants and a stellar architect.
Designed for a couple with two young children, the architects at HAO Design wanted to build a space that could meet the current and future needs of an active family lifestyle.
Built around a carefully tended courtyard, this home enjoys the privacy of a glass wall for a dazzling sense of semi-transparency.
Lush gardens, sleek design, open windows - this home is a slice of paradise. This modern take by Ayutt and Associates on the traditional Thai home incorporates nature into every bit of the home it possibly can.
In design, white is often seen as the epitome of modernity, class, and sleekness. The crisp color - or lack thereof - evokes a sense of cleanliness and style that we often see splashed within high style magazines and homes.
When you think of brick walls you typically think of lofts, country homes, maybe even bungalows. But brick walls are now used in a variety of spaces as faux and accent walls, and even to bring some charm into more modern spaces.