Posh Art Collector’s Apartment Dazzles with Incredible Views of NYC Skyline

Small dining space in the corner with New York City's sparkling skyline as backdrop

Think of sophisticated and chic New York City apartments, and the first image that comes to mind is the view outside the window that brings alive the famed NYC skyline at its brilliant best. Located on the 32nd floor of a skyscraper overlooking Madison Square Park and offering sweeping views of the East River and the Hudson in the distance, the Collector’s Residence fits the…

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Bring Vibrant Style Home with Color Blocking

Half-painted door from A Beautiful Mess

Today’s post is dedicated to the trend of color blocking! This technique of juxtaposing solid colors in two or more hues is an effective way to make a bold modern statement. Not only has it infiltrated the world of fashion, it’s continuing to put its stamp on the realm of interior design through art, DIY projects and cutting-edge decor finds. Color blocking is close to…

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Gorgeous Bespoke Kitchen Combines Modern Luxury with Edwardian Charm

Modern edwardian style kitchen with bespoke desgn from Artichoke

Talk of the modern kitchen, and flashy images of sleek contemporary surfaces, elegant kitchen islands and slim floating shelves and glassy cabinets come to mind instantly. But breaking away from this monotony and creating an inviting and relaxing cooking environment that combines contemporary functionality with a timeless period beauty, this bespoke kitchen from Artichoke steals the show with its exclusivity! The kitchen showcases a distinct…

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2 Stunning and Sustainable Seaside Homes

Exterior of the dramatic seaside home in Singapore

For the most part, people like to live near the ocean because they enjoy the natural world—pink sun glinting off the waves at sunset, beach sand between their toes, vistas of land- and seascapes rather than human-made environments. So it makes sense that more and more seaside homes are built sustainably, taking advantage of free solar, wave or geothermal energy, as well as natural light….

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The Best Sofas for Small Spaces

Sleeper sofa from Room & Board

If the size of your home makes a small sofa necessary, you’re not alone. There are many reasons people seek out compact seating, from the realities of apartment life to the need for a sleeper sofa to accommodate guests in an extra room of the house. Not to mention, there are those who use a small sofa as an accompaniment to a larger sofa in…

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Exquisite Holiday House with Scenic Sea and Mountain Views

Gorgeous summer home in Auckland with sea view

A small seaside hill with a rugged coastline on one side and tall mountains on the other, a vantage point that lets you soak in the panoramic landscape and a gorgeous holiday home with an air of breezy elegance; the Castle Rock House in Auckland, New Zealand plays host to a truly memorable summer! Designed by Herbst Architects as a dedicated holiday home that is…

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18 Creative Ideas to Grow Fresh Herbs Indoors

DIY herb garden with mason jars for the modern home [Design: Portico Design Group]

Living in a big city often means being surrounded by walls of concrete and stone. There may be little space for greenery, and many of us do not have the luxury of taking a leisurely stroll in our own backyard. But that does not mean you give up on trying to add a bit of natural freshness to your interior. And the lovely collection of…

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8 Swanky Airbnb Penthouses You Can Rent for the Night in New York City

West Village Penthouse Apartment with mid-century modern furniture

Heading to the Big Apple for New York Design Week? Or perhaps you’re planning a summer visit to check out Broadway, the High Line and the Met. It may be the city that never sleeps, but there are plenty of spectacular places to spend the night in NYC, and Airbnb is a great sharing economy alternative if you’re looking to stay in high style without…

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Design Trend: Dining Stools

Leather and metal stools in a modern dining room

They can be neatly stashed under tables, out of the way. They’re often industrial, sleek, polished or earthy. They can double as side tables. We’re talking about stools, and they’re experiencing a revival, thanks to the possibilities they offer in terms of function and style. Today we’re exploring the trend of dining stools. No longer are stools an afterthought at the dining table! The beautifully…

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DIY: How to Make Wine-Themed Placecard Holders Out of Recycled Corks

Placecard Holders Made out of wine corks

Do you have a whole pile of old wine corks that you aren’t sure how to use but don’t want to throw away? Here’s a fabulous and fun DIY way to turn them into vino-themed placecard holders for your next dinner party. All you need are some corks, a utility knife and some paper to print out your guests’ names, and the entire project should…

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