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  1. 20 Wonderful Living Room Design Ideas

    City living evokes cosmopolitan sophistication and artistic expression. Everyday life should unfold in bright, open and ingeniously designed homes. The living room is where we spend most of our time – watching television, reading, or just hanging out. When it’s comfortable and chic, our lives feel more in focus. When planning a living room design, the first and most important factor to decide is the purpose of the room. One thing to remember when designing your living area is that you have to be comfortable in the room and like the style since you will most likely be spending a lot of your time in the room.  Finally here are a few living room design ideas that will really get you in touch with the style that you want. Here, we feature 2o Wonderful Living Room Design Ideas  with their own beautiful aesthetics that are each welcoming, modern, and chic […] 

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  2. Scandinavian Design With Playful Insertions

    What are the first words that come into your mind when you say Scandinavian design? Purity, functionality and playfulness. Although they do not tend to be extravagant or very daring, funny details are sometimes introduced to enliven the spirit of the house. This is also the case with the project below, realized by Plasterlina studio from Poland. As you can easily notice, black boards for cheerful messages and drawings were installed in the dressing room. Also, contemporary lighting bulbs hung by ropes or wire animate the bathroom. Thus, the interior gets personality and emotion. As for the general theme, the designers opted for modern furnishings and built-in closets that offer generous storing spaces. Moreover, they integrate perfectly in the décor, letting the inhabitants enjoy the beautiful parts of the daily living […] 

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  3. Architecture and Nature Fully Integrated: Surfside House by Stelle Architects

    Designed by Stelle Architects, this modern house is located in Bridgehampton, NY, USA.  Architecture and nature have been fully integrated in this light-saturated, oceanfront compound that includes a guest house, a two car garage, a free-form chlorine free pool and a two story house clad in wood and cement panel rain screen with anodized aluminum windows. The house was gutted, elevated and expanded as permitted by local codes. The original structure was reinforced with steel framing; the plans, elevations, systems, interior and exterior finishes are all new. The ‘new house’ floats elegantly above the dunes, maximizing ocean views. Dark wood interiors and small windows were replaced with full height glass and light sea foam colored materials […] 

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  4. Charming Attic Apartment Combines Rustic with Modern Style

    The key to great interior design when it comes to small spaces is being able to use the same space for more than one purpose. In this top floor apartment, the designers have been able to do just that. Architect Margaux Beja centered Apartment Saint Paul around the unfinished beams that span the apartment. She created contrast by using modern elements such as a steel and glass wall, which separates the living areas from the bright bedroom. Located in Le Marais, a historic district in Paris, this charming attic apartment was reimagined to combine its original character with fresh, contemporary style. The balance of rustic and modern was accomplished by incorporating raw materials and a neutral color palette. A skylight just above the work space is perfectly inspiring. Contemporary furnishings in black, wood and neutral tones add a minimalistic appeal. Con

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