This modern beach house by Australia based Decus would be an amazing place to get away and take a vacation or maybe just live in it. The stairs in the second picture are amazing as the seem to extend right out of the wall. I love the bathroom, I think of it as more of a room, it is so big, I need that. I couldn’t help but notice the built in lounge chairs by the pool, pretty nice. Lets not forget about my favorite color combinations, black, white and wood all over.
This contemporary remodel in London by Paul Archer Design is a minimal work of art. This older building has gone through a complete transformation starting at its bare bones structure. I love some of the older design elements like the fireplace and moldings. They are a reminder of what the house was but at the same time they work really well with the updated interiors. The room with the fire place has to be my favorite, normally I wouldn’t think about painting trim gray or any other color for that matter but it works so well here.
This stunning Parisian home belongs to Jean-Christophe Aumas and has a wonderful eclectic vibe going on. I have taken a liking to the reinventing of buildings and spaces. This particular space was part of a convent now a texture filled home. The floors look so worn and are a great contrast to the white walls and architectural details. All of the little vignettes around the house loving display objects and art that I am sure all have a story behind them.
“His home, part of a former convent built 300 years ago on the narrow winding Rue des Petites Ecuries in the 10th arrondissement, sits in a multicultural microcosm that, over the past few years, has seen an influx of creative types setting up shop just like Aumas”
Maa architecture is responsible for these minimalist modern townhouses designed to reflect the area’s marine inspired apartments. There are so many amazing details that are so simple, one might miss them. The kitchen cabinets are stunning, I love how they float above the floor. There is an eye full of textures and patterns running throughout the interiors and exteriors of the town homes. Vertical slatted wood, white brick and glossy red orange front door are just a few of the finishes found here. Oh, and how about that elegant thin railing?
I am really intrigued by this geometric modern home that is divided into three separate cubes. The three volumes are connected but have different functions but at the same time they have a singular function acting as the home. The brick work brings the home to an almost older feeling. When I first saw the house I thought that it was a covered series of older buildings. The exteriors have so much character.
Amorfo has created this stunning designer loft using a beautifully set color palette. Woods, whites, grays and a wonderful olive greenish color round out the scene for these interiors. The interiors are carefully curated with a minimal approach to art and elements. If it were my place, I would most certainly have to throw some other colors around. All of the mid century and Danish pieces do make me smile thought.