While this massive 32,292 sq. ft. luxury home was built in 2013, it pays homage to the modernism architecture of the 1950’s. Many of the design features fit into the minimalist trends in today’s architecture. Add the earthy materials and “green” walls, and you’ve got a one-of-a-kind property with a breathtaking view of the Pacific...
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Brilliantly combining rustic and refined, French country homes bring classic European architecture into the present day. They range from quaint farmhouses to impressive chateaus, but all exude a sense of history and charm. Find inspiration from these French country-style houses to create your own stately retreat.
Do you ever struggle with coming to an agreement on design decisions with your husband while decorating? You're not alone! Today's post is all about just that and how to find compromise. Feature Photograph Credit to Nordic Wall Decor As a married women who loves design, I know well the tension that can arise over
Modernist architecture has the best public relations managers since the name itself evokes notions like “contemporary” or “current,” while brutalism sounds like a metal band struggling to create an adjective. While quite recent, modernism isn’t defined by being “new,” rather, it’s a design philosophy that celebrates experimentation and rejects rules.