Modern Contemporary homes & ideas!
A bunch of cool homes and things I FIND INTERESTING... Today I am sharing some really amazing cool homes a few items I find very interesting and absolutely decor mood changing items, meaning they change the way your ho,me or space feel. They are small powerful things that have the ability to fully transform the meaning of a space, home, or outside area.
Hope you all ENJOY THE PICS AND POST...
7 Interiors with Awesome Pops of Spring Color
Wanna add more bold, spring colors into your interior space but just don’t know quite how to go about doing it? Find oodles of inspiration in this thoughtful round up of interior spaces that have done it so darn good:
Stealable color ideas from Scandinavia
House in Inokashira
Stunningly Simple Wood Details in Titus Bernhard’s House 11×11
Ojai House by HERE Design
A Fresh and Modern Home…
Jacques Grange-designed French apartment
Perfect for Outdoors DIY: Succulent Table
Man we love this DIY project that’s been floating around the Internet for a few days. Reclaimed wood, a sweet modern slot for any type of succulent that speaks to your soul–what more does a modern design lover with a lovely backyard or outdoor area need? Nothing, that’s what. This project surely takes a little more than some Gorilla glue and a prayer–you’ll need to know how to work some tools, take accurate measurements and grow things, too. But, the blog Far Out Flora has plenty of photos and instructions to guide you along the way.
For Sale: Beautiful Stockholm Apartment
Just listen to the description of this apartment: “Very attractive apartment with corner location in period house dating from the early 30s. Carefully restored 2.5 with beautiful floors and thoroughly whitewashed walls. Living room and bedroom share large bay window providing plenty of natural light. Lovely kitchen and stylish bathroom. Cosy located near St. Mary Square.”
We’re sold! Seriously? Drool. Can’t be sure if the furniture in this gorgeous apartment is for sale with it (we suspect not) but boy we love everything in here. Everything in its gorgeous white-washed glory.
More information found on the Sweedish real estate website we found this on. As well as the price — if you were interested in making an offer.
House in Senri by Shogo Iwata Architects
If the M.C. Escher-like scene in the brilliant 80s movie “Labyrinth” had a baby with modernism, it would be this house. Architecturally speaking, there are a lot of stairs in this house. Now we’re in no position to say whether there are a gratuitous amount of stairs in this home, but there are certainly a lot that show up in the photos.
Called the House in Senri, it was designed by Shogo Iwata Architects and is located in Osaka, Japan. We like how you can even see that there are tons of stairs outside, visible from windows.
Cool outdoor area. Wait, are those stairs made out of rocks and plants?
So many stairs!
“This house is planned for a family, husband, wife and their son. This small house has 8 levels of floor between entrance in the basement to the roof terrace in order to constitute every space not in concentrated way by big void but reciprocal relation of each space. This arrangement makes the notion of floor ambiguous and the continuity of space compatible with the hierarchy of space. In order to realize this spatial constitution with small gap we adopt steel structure. We use visible steel frame in 40mmx125mm flat bar that allow us to make each space flow without gravity.”
Great homes and some really neat items..
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