House Design Idea with Minimalist Architecture

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House Design Idea with Minimalist Architecture

Modern Minimalist House Design with Arxhitecture Touch

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Modern Minimalist House Design with Arxhitecture Touch

Living room terra in family room furniture

Living room terra in family room furnitureLiving room terra in family room furniture

Modern Contemporary Tables of leather living room furniture

Modern Contemporary Tables of leather living room furnitureModern Contemporary Tables of leather living room furniture

leather living room furniture in full decoration

leather living room furniture in full decorationleather living room furniture in full decoration

Ultra modern architecture house designs

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Every rooms has beautiful views that would make you want to stay longer and get unforgettable experience. Architect Jim Burton of Blip Design came at this two-storey home remodel with a two-pronged approach, and an affinity for two very different genres. These contemporary designs provide a classy look to your house and make it look unique. You can also get a different and unique look to your house with the help of the interior designers.

Modern Home Architecture with natural view

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Modern Home Architecture with natural view

Luxury design interior minimalist furniture

Luxury design interior minimalist furnitureLuxury design interior minimalist furniture

Elegant Interior design of your home

Elegant Interior design of your homeElegant Interior design of your home

Ochre Owner's Abode

I loved the house of Harriet Maxwell Macdonald and Andrew Corrie, the creative talents behind Ochre, in this month's issue of House Beautiful. The house is located on Shelter Island. Usually you would expect that a house where wood covers every single surface to be a little rough but the use of the soft hues throughout the house gives it a very cozy feeling. I'm not a big fan of Pine but the white wash technique the owners used on the paneling make me think twice.


There is only one thing I would add to this gorgeous house, a few light shaded rugs.



The weather this weekend is expected to be fabulous. Finally good weather is coming our way. Happy Easter!
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Luxury house interior design

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New home design interior decorating

New home design interior decoratingNew home design interior decorating

Modern Living Room Interior Design

Modern Living Room Interior DesignModern Living Room Interior Design

MAISON 51: a Contemporary Compact Home in France

Maison 51 is a modern home situated in a central district of Bordeaux, France. Its compact shape and seemingly cold exterior hides a cozy contemporary home with a fresh look. We enjoy the black and white contrast that is given by the window borders and the painted walls. Inside, this contributes to a fun mixture of colors which cheers up the whole design. The windows have different characteristics depending on their location: some of them are entrance doors or connect the rooms with the balconies, other have the common functionality of providing light and airing when needed. The patio and the private garden are a great place for relaxation.




MAISON 51: a Contemporary Compact Home in France

Maison 51 is a modern home situated in a central district of Bordeaux, France. Its compact shape and seemingly cold exterior hides a cozy contemporary home with a fresh look. We enjoy the black and white contrast that is given by the window borders and the painted walls. Inside, this contributes to a fun mixture of colors which cheers up the whole design. The windows have different characteristics depending on their location: some of them are entrance doors or connect the rooms with the balconies, other have the common functionality of providing light and airing when needed. The patio and the private garden are a great place for relaxation.




Modular and Sustainable Home Design in Italy

From German company Studio Aisslinger comes “Fincube”, an interesting and sustainable architecture project. The house was built at an altitude of 1200 meters near Bozen, Italy. Its design plan implies a low energy consumption with a minimal CO2 footprint. Fincube houses an area of 47 sq m, which is similar to the living space of a small apartment. Its interior design is minimal, yet it has everything city life has to offer. The coolest part is that the home can be dismantled and moved to a different site. Sure, this is not the easiest process, but it can be done. If you are interested in the materials used to build this unusual home, the architects used a combination of larch and stone-pine.



Modular and Sustainable Home Design in Italy

From German company Studio Aisslinger comes “Fincube”, an interesting and sustainable architecture project. The house was built at an altitude of 1200 meters near Bozen, Italy. Its design plan implies a low energy consumption with a minimal CO2 footprint. Fincube houses an area of 47 sq m, which is similar to the living space of a small apartment. Its interior design is minimal, yet it has everything city life has to offer. The coolest part is that the home can be dismantled and moved to a different site. Sure, this is not the easiest process, but it can be done. If you are interested in the materials used to build this unusual home, the architects used a combination of larch and stone-pine.



Coruna Minimalist House Design Idea

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Coruna Minimalist House Design Idea

A Pennsylvania Farmhouse is Beautiful

I love this time of the year in New England when the leaves have all turned and the weather is getting a bit more chilly. It's time of making apple pies and getting the wood stacked and ready for roaring fires in in the fireplace. I thought this would be a great time to share this thoughtfully restored 1840's Greek Revival Farmhouse in Pennsylvania, a two hour drive from NYC.

Paul Ochs, founder of Och Design has a passion for restoring historic homes in country, that are commutable to the Big Apple. This rural residential restoration showcases his wonderful talent and gift for returning an antique abandoned home back to its original beauty.

Paul was careful to keep as many of the original details of the home as possible. Above, the mudroom has been restored with the original plank ceilings and hemlock floor.

The kitchen was completely renovated, but the new cabinets evoke a true farmhouse feel. The countertops are bluestone that was found locally. Notice the moulding detail above the window that was enlarged to hold antique crockery.


Paul designed the farm table to seat 10. He also hung a collection of antique butter paddles as a reminder that the property was once a dairy farm.

The fireplace was added to the dining room and, because it was done so thoughtfully, it looks original. The antler light fixture in the living room is an Ochs Design original. I really like the cozy feeling in this room. The two old chests pushed up against each other create an interesting coffee table. Also notice the enhanced moulding around the windows - it creates a great shelf for displaying what looks like bittersweet branches.

The historic paint color selection creates a lovely autumn feeling in this guest suite. A black Windsor chair is a classic in any farmhouse decor. The addition of the botanical prints creates a perfect accent.

In an effort to embrace the interesting roof lines, a custom velvet headboard was created in the master bedroom.

Every farmhouse needs a chippy iron bed! The wall color in this guest room is just beautiful.

The attic was renovated to hold an artist's studio. I adore the interesting chair made from found objects.
The barn was also restored and renovated into a four car garage with a large overhead space which could eventually become an apartment or guest house. The house also sits on a bubbling stream and is surrounded by acres of undeveloped property.


A Pennsylvania Farmhouse is Beautiful

I love this time of the year in New England when the leaves have all turned and the weather is getting a bit more chilly. It's time of making apple pies and getting the wood stacked and ready for roaring fires in in the fireplace. I thought this would be a great time to share this thoughtfully restored 1840's Greek Revival Farmhouse in Pennsylvania, a two hour drive from NYC.

Paul Ochs, founder of Och Design has a passion for restoring historic homes in country, that are commutable to the Big Apple. This rural residential restoration showcases his wonderful talent and gift for returning an antique abandoned home back to its original beauty.

Paul was careful to keep as many of the original details of the home as possible. Above, the mudroom has been restored with the original plank ceilings and hemlock floor.

The kitchen was completely renovated, but the new cabinets evoke a true farmhouse feel. The countertops are bluestone that was found locally. Notice the moulding detail above the window that was enlarged to hold antique crockery.


Paul designed the farm table to seat 10. He also hung a collection of antique butter paddles as a reminder that the property was once a dairy farm.

The fireplace was added to the dining room and, because it was done so thoughtfully, it looks original. The antler light fixture in the living room is an Ochs Design original. I really like the cozy feeling in this room. The two old chests pushed up against each other create an interesting coffee table. Also notice the enhanced moulding around the windows - it creates a great shelf for displaying what looks like bittersweet branches.

The historic paint color selection creates a lovely autumn feeling in this guest suite. A black Windsor chair is a classic in any farmhouse decor. The addition of the botanical prints creates a perfect accent.

In an effort to embrace the interesting roof lines, a custom velvet headboard was created in the master bedroom.

Every farmhouse needs a chippy iron bed! The wall color in this guest room is just beautiful.

The attic was renovated to hold an artist's studio. I adore the interesting chair made from found objects.
The barn was also restored and renovated into a four car garage with a large overhead space which could eventually become an apartment or guest house. The house also sits on a bubbling stream and is surrounded by acres of undeveloped property.


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