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These 4 European Homes Show How Striking a Steep Roof Can Be
These 4 European Homes Show How Striking a Steep Roof Can Be
Steeply pitched roofs give these four European homes a sharp, clean, and modern look.
Hole Up in This Quintessential Midcentury Modern Rental in Hollywood
Hole Up in This Quintessential Midcentury Modern Rental in Hollywood
Nestled on a quiet lot in the Hollywood Hills, this laidback post-and-beam home was originally designed by architect Philip Kimmelman.
At This High-Desert Home, a Whole Wall Opens Up When You Crank a Giant Wheel
At This High-Desert Home, a Whole Wall Opens Up When You Crank a Giant Wheel
In California, architect Tom Kundig delivers an off-the-grid retreat designed for both connection and solitude.
10 Festive Alternatives to the Traditional Christmas Tree
10 Festive Alternatives to the Traditional Christmas Tree
'Tis the season to think outside the box.
Sofa Bed Versus Wall Bed: What's Best For Your Small Space?
Sofa Bed Versus Wall Bed: What's Best For Your Small Space?
Now that small space living has become more and more common, people are looking for the best types of furniture that will allow them to make the most of their compact space...
An Off-the-Grid Prefab in Australia Uses Salvaged Iron as Camo
An Off-the-Grid Prefab in Australia Uses Salvaged Iron as Camo
Disguised as a humble farm shed, the prefabricated Tintaldra Cabin is a cool, contemporary home that goes completely off the grid in the Australian countryside.
Living Screens Conceal a North Bondi Beach House and a Semi-Indoor Pool
Living Screens Conceal a North Bondi Beach House and a Semi-Indoor Pool
LED-lit, living wall screens provide privacy while allowing the home's owners to enjoy an indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
Rent Out One of These Cool Houseboats or Floating Homes
Rent Out One of These Cool Houseboats or Floating Homes
If being surrounded by water puts you in a good mood, then a modern houseboat may be your perfect escape.
Material Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Terrazzo
Material Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Terrazzo
Although the origins of terrazzo go back to ancient Egypt, the material as we know it today was developed by builders in Venice, Italy, as a low-cost flooring option.
These 9 Spaces Show How to Rock a Monochromatic Color Scheme
These 9 Spaces Show How to Rock a Monochromatic Color Scheme
Decorating with a single color might sound boring, restrictive, uninspired, or unadventurous, but the results can be anything but that.
Garden Guide: The Difference Between Hardscape and Softscape
Garden Guide: The Difference Between Hardscape and Softscape
You've most likely heard of landscape before, but you may be less familiar with its two main components: hardscape and softscape.
Meet a Seasoned Blacksmith Who Reveals His Art's Painstaking Process
Meet a Seasoned Blacksmith Who Reveals His Art's Painstaking Process
A blacksmith strikes a path that’s more modern than medieval.
On the Coast of Massachusetts, a Prefab Ranch Is Totally Overhauled for a Wheelchair-User
On the Coast of Massachusetts, a Prefab Ranch Is Totally Overhauled for a Wheelchair-User
A home on Cape Ann’s rocky shore becomes a refuge that offers resilience in the face of an unpredictable future.
Discover 6 Amazing Riverside Homes
Discover 6 Amazing Riverside Homes
Nestled along the banks of rivers throughout the United States, these modern homes take full advantage of their locations in nature, framing views of bubbling or calm rivers...
10 Incredible Rentals For Your Dream Trip to Iceland
10 Incredible Rentals For Your Dream Trip to Iceland
There are so many great reasons to visit the tiny island nation of Iceland—here's where to stay.
A 16th-Century Florentine Palazzo Is Transformed Into an Artist Residency
A 16th-Century Florentine Palazzo Is Transformed Into an Artist Residency
Housed within the Palazzo Galli Tassi in the heart of Florence, Numeroventi is an artist residency, exhibition space, and loft apartments for rent that are inspired by...
A Design Duo's 19th-Century Brooklyn Townhouse Is Filled With Art They Love
A Design Duo's 19th-Century Brooklyn Townhouse Is Filled With Art They Love
Built in 1890, this recently renovated townhouse balances a beautiful mix of styles and eras.
8 Creative Ways to Let the Little Details Shine
8 Creative Ways to Let the Little Details Shine
Don’t underestimate the big impact that small design details can have on a space.

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