Belle Iloise House by Opus 5 | Dezeen
Paris studio Opus 5 Architects have completed this island house in Brittany, France, featuring a glazed façade with sections covered by stone screens. Called Belle Iloise House, the long building is divided in two by a glazed walkway. The walkway houses a glazed footbridge, which connects the bedrooms to the rest of the house. More residential architecture
Elements Of Reclaimed wood
We just sold our home and we are now in the process of building a French inspired home in Midway, Ut. We are so excited to get out into the country and now we're trying to compile visuals that will help compliment a French country home. I'm so excited to bring you along our journey as I show you detailed images of our upcoming project! We just barely turned in our plans to the city and hopefully we'll get the go ahead in a couple of weeks! This particular home is somewhat similar to my last…
A new body of work by Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens Architecture and Interior Architecture in Collaboration with Ink Design Lab, Thomas Heatherwick and Life Interiors
House&Hold Design Blog | Modern Living & Design Ideas for Today
The house&hold modern design blog is our forum to discuss all things trendy, new, brash and bold in today's modern design world. Follow along as we discuss new trends in modern furniture, contemporary lighting, and trendy decor. Read our take on the current trends and fresh new design trends and emerging designers.
10 Daringly Dark Rooms from Last Year’s Room for Color
Whether their palette serves as a backdrop for lights and brights to pop, or just creates a comforting cocoon to relax in, these Room For Color entrants rock their deep, dark décor looks, utilizing chocolate, navy, charcoal, and black. Get inspired by the daring hues of these bold spaces.1. Leah’s “Earthy Superhero” Room2. Brenda’s “Dark Neutrals” Room3. Turtle’s “Rodchenko Blue” Room4.