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Contemporary Apartment Interior Design Home Design Photos
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“The balcony design is very important, because it surrounds the entire apartment ,” Ronderos says. This area is for gathering and lounging while enjoying the endless ocean views. The team chose furniture that could stand up to heavy weather conditions. “One of the most interesting things about this project was the process itself; the homeowners showed a greater-than-average client interest in the design process, thus becoming an essential part of our design team and process,” Ronderos says.
This is an example of a modern back porch design in Miami with a roof extension. Houzz
Various condo terrace ideas. Tray over the chair karensims08
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The entryway makes you pause and realize you’ve landed somewhere special, while the view beyond beckons. The team designed around the existing circle in the entryway’s ceiling. “The owner loves crystal, so the idea was to introduce crystal and reflections and to play with shadows on the ceiling,” Ronderos says. The statement chandelier doubles as a piece of contemporary art. “The team created the apartment as one unified space, but at the same time, we delineated the main areas through the use of color, pattern, texture, furnishings and art,” she says.
Example of a minimalist entryway design in Miami Houzz
Love rounded ceiling in entrance jupiterislandhome
Chris Jovanelly Interior Design
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The contemporary commercial urban architecture sprouting up has also influenced residential tastes. “Our downtown area has grown substantially with residential high-rise buildings, cool restaurants and bars, hotels and noticeably more contemporary interiors ,” says interior designer Chris Jovanelly of Chris Jovanelly Interior Design.
Trendy dining room photo in Phoenix Houzz
this one is cool! carrie litman
Boscolo Interior Design
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Zoned areas, such as the dining area and living room, help define the space without closing it off. ‘They also wanted a contemporary. timeless finish to the interior. which is why we introduced a few key designer pieces, such as the Philippe Starck dining chairs.’ Kartell Masters chair by Philippe Starck, Heal’s.
Example of a trendy dining room design in London with light hardwood floors Houzz
Modern, cool, interesting, cozy and like colors Sharon Greenspan
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Maddison Architects, responsible for designing this contemporary home in Melbourne’s Beaumaris, gave great consideration to the elevated seaside location of the site and its predominantly south-facing 270-degree views of Port Philip Bay. Seeking to work within the principles of ESD (Environmentally Sustainable Design ), the architects split the building into two elements: a south-facing cantilevered PFC steel frame structure for the living zone and a two-storey north-facing structure for bedrooms.
Inspiration for a contemporary beige two-story exterior in Melbourne. Houzz
Style, Materials, Colours and Executioln im38066
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Groovy baby – This spectacular dining banquette is sited in the middle of a living space in a renovated 1960s apartment in Melbourne. It is decorated by interior design company Mr.
Example of a trendy dining room design in Melbourne Houzz
The table design is so clean (not a bunch legs to get tangled up in)! Stephenie Elliott Ovrom
CTA Architects Engineers
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Window walls provide views of the lake. Interior designer Dominick incorporated some of the owner’s traditional pieces from a previous residence, as well as specifying new, contemporary furnishings. Dining table: fir, custom, Hunter and Company Interior Design ; dining chairs: Eames; armchairs: Hickory Chair; coffee table: Ligne Roset.
Inspiration for a contemporary living room remodel with concrete floors Houzz
I definitely like the floors that look less like concrete. sannm7
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Choose an inspiring local or distant landscape – Whether you want to reflect your local surroundings or be inspired by a place you love in a different location, nature has a way of getting proportion and colour very right. This New York apartment by Nexus Designs was inspired by the Blue Mountains. They have applied the beautiful and rich indigo and purple tones of the area to the interior through furnishings and artwork. Sofa: Favn; Swan chairs: Arne Jacobsen.
Large trendy open concept living room photo in New York with white walls Houzz
family room framing karenkgrace