8236 Home Design Ideas and Photos

Dive into Dwell's photo archive of spectacular modern homes that embody great design. From midcentury gems to prefabricated units to eye-opening renovations, these inspirational projects are elegant responses to the site and the client's needs. Here, you'll find ideas for every room in the house, whether it be kitchen, bath, bedroom, living, or dining—and beyond.

Counterweights Drum pendant lamp by George Kovaks from Lumens hangs above a Docksta table from Ikea.
The cabinets are by Kountry Kraft. The Indio sink by Kohler has a built-in walnut cutting board, and the faucet is by Gessi.
Roynon coated the wooden legs of the Vig bar stools by BoConcept with Atmospheric, a grayish-blue paint from Benjamin Moore, so they would stand out against the island’s walnut-veneer base.
Dan Pacek and John Roynon of Leonia, New Jersey, expanded and renovated their tiny kitchen, integrating it more sensibly into their 1911 house while borrowing natural light from secondary sources, such as a window on the landing leading to the second floor.
Dan Pacek, left, and John Roynon prepare cocktails at their 12-foot “display island” in the renovated kitchen of their home in New Jersey. The couple bought handles matching those on their Thermador refrigerator and used them on a set of pantry doors, one of which conceals the steps to the basement.
In the 2EM lounge, light fare like duck confit cassoulet and flatbread with lamb, blue cheese, and caramelized pears is served. Beacon-based vendor Niche Modern crafted the chandelier above the bar, and the stools come from Rexhill. A major philosophy of the Roundhouse is “keep it local.” Photo by Eric Laignel.
Teddy, an Australian Labradoodle, sits at the landing of the sleeping loft (left), which is located above the master suite.
The counter stools are by Highline and the cooktop is by Bosch.
Reached by stairs as well as an elevator, the first floor holds the main living spaces, bathrooms, and bedrooms. The Havana wing chair is by Busk + Hertzog for Softline and the Comback rocking chairs by Patricia Urquiola for Kartell are from YLiving.
Living in the house before starting construction enabled Will and his wife, Jennifer, to acclimate themselves to the area and allowed Will to consider how to make the home accessible to Raul, his daughter’s wheelchair-using foster child.
Expanded windows open the first floor to sweeping views of Gap Cove. An assortment of molded acrylic chairs joins a Parsons table from Room & Board.
A courtyard off the master bath acts as a solar chimney, drawing in cool air and bringing light and ventilation into the shower. The fixture is from Hansgrohe.
A Penobscot Bay swing hangs beside the dining table in the porch.
Once a musty crawl space, the new porch features a custom built-in table and Cane-line Breeze chairs.
Boulders and native plantings by Ruhl Walker Architects and Annisquam Landcare complement the copper and red cedar cladding.
Architect William Ruhl tackled a host of programmatic and logistical challenges to renovate a house in Rockport, Massachusetts, for himself and his family. Located in a coastal floodplain, the original structure was raised so that storm surges can flow through the bottom level.
Narigua House (El Jonuco, Mexico)

Architect: David Pedroza Castañeda

Category: House
Olson Kundig Architects' Delta Shelter, in Mazama, Washington, is a 1,000 square-foot steel box home with a 200 square-foot footprint. Photo by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects/TASCHEN.
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Girodo describes LEAPfactory’s architecture as being “molded according to the needs and stresses imposed by context.” In this setting, strong winds and snow loads are serious concerns. The shell’s composite sandwich panels and aluminum shingles ensure that the school can withstand the elements.
Flooded with natural light, the residence is a warm and welcoming retreat.
A sandstone and travertine marble fireplace firmly anchors the entire living room while setting a warm and stylish tone to the house.
Inside of rental unit
Eastern facade
Attic stair
In a home largely outfitted in wood, this marbled bathroom designed by Peter Russell-Clarke and Craig Steely provides a respite for the eyes, with its white, gray, and black palette and minimalist fixtures and details. Dramatic veining in the stone provides visual interest and movement, and the freestanding bathtub contrasts with the dark marble on the wall behind.
A glass wall divides the wet room from the vanity area. The wet room has a large soaker tub and rain head and is tiled in Carrara marble. The full height window maximizes natural light and allows for a visual link to the outdoors. A neutral palette and clean materials convey a sense of simplicity and calm, perfect for relaxing in the tub.
No uppers allows for a more spacious open feel. One sided shelves provide easy access but block off the visual clutter from the adjacent living space
Custom cabinet doors on ikea cabinets customizes the kitchen and ties the open living area to the kitchen.
Dining room
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