5 Best Homes Of The Week #9

    We continue sharing the most exciting dwellings from all over the world, done in different styles, colors and located in unique places. Here are our favorites of the week!

    Missing bright colors? This apartment done in sunny yellow will cheer up these pale winter days! It’s a 1920s apartment renovated in contemporary style with lots of bright sunny yellow accents. Head over to the source to see more details.

    This unusual loft is designed around a wood and steel cube placed in the center. This cube is a functional piece: it encloses the children’s bathroom, clothes and household linen storage and a bench for the dining table and allows decluttering the space.

    This Australian home is a stylish example of contemporary design, filled with light, air and providing indoor-outdoor living. The textures are incorporated stylishly here and there, and several color touches brighten up the space.

    This simple glazed house on Fanø, an island off the southwest coast of Denmark, features relaxing views, contemporary design and a close connection to nature. I love glazed spaces of the house, which allow catching the views – what a great idea for a summer house!

    This contemporary home is six-bedroom residence’s ground-floor plan sits in close relationship with the surroundings. A series of terraces surround the house and bring it closer to nature. The openings also invite plenty of natural light inside.

Links:

1920’s Apartment Rejuvenated With Warm Shades Of Yellow
toledano + architects organizes this tel aviv loft around a stainless steel and wood cube
Preston House Is a Light-Filled, Indoor/Outdoor Residence in Sydney, Australia
Knud Holscher celebrates Danish craft with summer house on Fanø island
Six-Bedroom Residence in Canada Opens Up to Gorgeous Views

by Chloe

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