19854 Home Design Ideas and Photos

The bathroom has classic square tiles on the walls, rising up to the ceiling for a modern touch.
The headboard and brick wall provide much-needed texture and depth in the bedroom.
Located at the opposite end of the apartment from the living room, the bedroom remains light and bright throughout the day.
Integrated appliances now keep the area simple, modern, and efficient, and the narrow counter runs along the hallway to provide extra space for storage.
White shelving blends in seamlessly with the crisp, white walls.
Thanks to the glazed partition, views from the living room continue directly into the kitchen area and bedroom.
Bold, saturated tones contrast beautifully with the metallic finishes and neutral colors that characterize the furnishings in the living room.
The upstairs apartment includes a contemporary kitchen and dining area.
An upper-level media room.
An upper-level media room.
The serene shade of green is echoed in the furniture throughout the home, including the bedroom nightstands.
Bright yellow cabinets in the kitchen add a playful, fun touch, while also maintaining to same sleek, contemporary look.
The use of different woods and textures contrast beautifully with one another.
"We maximized natural lighting, ventilation, and contact with the outdoors in all environments, which sometimes open onto the street at the height of the treetops, or opens onto an outdoor area with a tropical garden," explains the architects.
The dining area leads to the kitchen which sits behind a grand wooden pocket-door, allowing the space to be closed off as needed.
The open plan was designed for family gatherings and easy entertaining.
The floor in which the living and dining rooms are located on is made of reclaimed wood. The space takes on a midcentury vibe and has been furnished with pieces from Brazilian designers from the 1950s and 60s, such as Jorge Zalszupin and Sergio Rodrigues.
The garden effortlessly integrates the outdoors into the living space.
Through the bright front door, a hallway leads to a spacious living and dining room, which opens to a garden.
From the street, a discrete metallic wall features two green steel doors on either side.
Stair detail with curios and plants.  White oak and steel.
A look at the kitchen.
Here, you can see how the dining area and kitchen are behind the dividing wall.
The open kitchen and dining area.
An alternate view of the living room.
A look at the open living plan. Note the fireplace is set in the center of the space against a brick dividing wall.
The deck enables easy outdoor living and dining.
The property also has a 530-square-foot deck. Stairs from the deck lead to a children’s play area below.
The vertical part of the "T" contains the living and dining rooms, which are divided by a fireplace. This area also provides the most dramatic vantage point for the sweeping views.
Here is a look at the elegant entrance.
The 1,550-square-foot hillside home features a vertical T-shaped layout and houses dramatic city and ocean views.
A view of the Saint-Laurence River and the concrete exterior of Habitat 67.
The dichroic glass displays two different colors by undergoing a color change in certain lighting conditions. The concrete tiles reference the Brutalist building.
The bathrooms are a break from the minimalist aesthetic of the living spaces, injecting color and interesting finishes that include the use of a dichroic glass shower divider.
The streamlined wardrobe panels are also finished in oak.
A detail of the bespoke bed.
A close-up of the nightstand and another piece from Sangaré’s UNITÉ lighting collection.
The bedroom is predominately oak with a custom-designed bed and nightstand. The lighting in this room is also by Sangaré.
The hideaway bed tucks neatly into the storage unit.
A glance down the hallway from the junction of the two prefab "boxes."
The efficiently designed kitchen has been crafted by local kitchen brand À Hauteur d’homme.
The entire apartment is outfited with Sangaré’s UNITÉ lighting, which has been inspired by the rectangular, prefab building blocks of Habitat 67.
A commissioned art piece by local artist James Kennedy is mounted on a sliding door which hides the television set.
The window in the living room is framed by built-in shelves. The owners are collectors of local craft and design, and had ventilation grids custom-made specifically for the renovation.
The minimalist design of the space was also informed by the location of Habitat 67 on the Saint-Laurence River—a windy and isolated spot during the long cold winter months.
Sangaré kept the material and color palette minimal to enhance the unit's striking light quality.
Solar panels provide enough energy to power lighting and electrical outlets.
The north-end of the cabin features an outdoor deck.
The prefab cabin is elevated atop six metal pillars to minimize site impact.
The prefab cabin is a 40-minute hike from Kandalaksha.
"A minimalistic color spectrum was used in order not to distract from the main accent—the view from the window," adds the architects.
Red ALPOLIC aluminum composite panels have been used for the exterior cladding.
Energy-efficient VELUX windows have been installed in the south-facing glazed wall.
The powder room received a simple, yet stunning transformation with white paint, modern sconces from Cedar & Moss, and the addition of graphic black and white cement tile from Ann Sacks that wraps the wall.
Now, the space looks both sophisticated and playful thanks to the addition of whimsical animal-printed wallpaper, marble countertops, tiles from Ann Sacks, and brass pendant lights designed by Cedar & Moss for Rejuvenation.
The bar in the dining room features patterned tiles from the Ann Sacks Modern Line, picking up the same material palette and colors as the kitchen to create a seamless flow.
A walnut slat wall and built-in bench sit adjacent to the family room.
A cozy family room has been created off the kitchen, and includes a custom built-in breakfast nook and sofa.
The team expanded the kitchen and gave it a modern look that now features stunning walnut cabinets, gray Caesarstone counters, and a beautiful teal backsplash with tile from the Ann Sacks Modern Line.

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