While the towering buildings of the New York City skyline are constantly changing, shifting, and growing, it is rare to have any construction project overtake the most famous skyscrapers in the city. This is particularly true of apartment buildings. However, as of October 2014, when the last bit of concrete was poured, the new building at 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential building not only in Manhattan, but in the entire western hemisphere.
Pink and monochrome decor is featuring far and wide on the interior design scene. If you fancy yourself a slice of the sweet accented action then take a meander through this set of three inspirational home tours. You’ll find plenty of inspiration for stylish pink living rooms, a bespoke pink workspace with colour coordinated desk and shelving, pink and monochrome bedrooms, pink and terrazzo bathrooms, and lots of beautiful pink furniture ideas.
Unique decor components make up this 93.5 square metre apartment redesign, by Azovskiy Pahomova, in Dnepr, Ukraine. The new homeowners are a creative young couple with a small child, who wanted their new home to reflect their personality and interests.
These pure white and wood interiors belong to an unique apartment, designed by Echo Design + Architecture. Light decor, combined with minimalist furniture and layout create a peaceful retreat from New York’s busy city streets, and the owner’s entrepreneurial lifestyle.
Set in the scenic beauty of Clifton, on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, this 789 square metre home occupies a position on the hill side. Higher situated residences climb to the right, and lower lying houses to the left, in a neighbourhood shaped by fortress-like boundary walls and building mass.
Vail, Colorado, a luxury ski destination in North America, is the setting for this exquisite modern estate. Apogee House is listed by Sothebys as a one of a kind residence, a personal ski retreat located on Vail Mountain with easy access to the amenities of Vail Village.
Slick home styling puts polish on industrial vibe base decor in these four modern interiors. Raw concrete, exposed brick and natural wood crash together to make rugged rooms with soul and vintage charm. Industrial chic light fixtures made from metals become the crowning glory of deep shaded, high texture schemes.
White foundations, textural wooden elements and small green plant accents fuse into peaceful living spaces with style and sophistication. You can’t go far wrong with this palette, but it can fall flat if the room content is decidedly uninspired. In an ideal world, the finished product would be a space that is impressive whilst minimalist, luxe yet understated.
The F-house is a 590 square metre home for a young family in Minsk, Belarus, designed and visualised by LEVEL80 Architects. With the owners being engaged in the fashion industry, the interior was designed to be stylishly in-vogue with timeless elegance.
This idyllic Beverly Hills retreat is a 6,533 square foot single story new-build in the prestigious Trousdale Estates. The house beds onto the green hillside, where a backyard trail leads to a sweet vantage point with city views. It has been thoughtfully created in organic finishes and clean lines to build an iconic piece of Beverly Hills style.
We all love to have a breezy blue sky mood, so why not give yourself a boost by shaping the decor inside of your very own home to promote a positive outlook. Blue is the colour of fine weather, calm waters, and good times, and we all need more of those.
Sleek and timeless, mid century modern decor looks set to continue having its moment long into the future. However, it can be challenging to execute the look without your home interior appearing just plain dated. One way to make the trend a success is to amalgamate the simple forms of mid century modern with the crispness of minimalism.
Bachelor apartments have a bad rap. When imagining a bachelor pad many people would think of a somewhat unloved, unkempt kinda space, that’s crying out for a feminine touch to kick it back into touch. But hold on. These three apartment tours are here to knock that misconception on the head.
Bursts of coral pink, vivid purples and blues, bumblebee yellow and fresh turquoise enliven these three modern apartments. From scattered accent walls, pink cement floors and statement furniture, to tinted lighting, daring kitchen schemes and bright bathrooms, if it’s colour you’re after then you’ll find bags of inspo right here.
Capturing the spirit of Wabi-Sabi in the home, with all of its sweet imperfections, leads to a sense of peace and a balanced sense of self. These four Japanese influenced interiors range from an ultra rustic aesthetic that toys with transience through aged wood, right through to a clean modern places with softer wabi-sabi moments.
Colour bleeds from artwork into the interiors of these São Paulo homes, pooling into accent furniture, upholstery and decor. While there is emphasis on art toys, figurines, modern sculpture and wall art, the interiors have become living masterpieces in their own right.
Wood has long been appreciated in interiors for its natural beauty and aesthetically warming properties, and this is as prevalent today as it’s ever been. Modern interiors that are characterised by simple lines and minimalist layouts perhaps stand to gain the most from infusions of gorgeous wood grains, and from the rich tonal element they bring.
Edgy comic book art peppers the rooms of these cool home interior concepts, each space imaginatively visualised by Pavel Alekseev. The interiors are designed to appeal to the young homeowner–or the young and wild at heart. Bright colours enliven industrial style backdrops, blazing from eye catching art and sculpture, and slick modern furniture designs.
When you think of fresh colours, green has got to be top of the charts. We associate it with the vitality of nature and the hue of healthy foods, so how does that translate into stylish living spaces to help us feel revitalised at home? This inspirational collection of modern interiors show four different approaches to the uplifting green and white theme.
Exposed brickwork and raw timber elements shape an industrial style living space, which receives a warming metallic infusion of rich copper accents. The unique home interior, designed by Ira Lysiuk, is a spacious and impressively lofty abode where modern furniture creates an uncomplicated and minimalistic approach.
Vast, slick, and all round magnificent, these luxury house exteriors stand out as examples of private residential architecture at its finest. We’re looking at everything from clean cut white wood linear beauties and nature loving modern palaces, to unique sculptural creations and concrete Brutalist style abodes.