Smashing mixture of elements in one stylish home

Seen in the cool website thedesignerpad.


A house with a split personality? (18 photo-evidences)

Respect! Combining different personalities in a single home deserves it. Not everyone can pull this off. Somewhere in Hawthorne, Melbourne was successful at it. Stroll your way into different styles, from this Edwardian facade, to the feel of vintage and old, slowly embracing modern further back. And, further, further back is the garden with a tinge of Japanese design. [via Hawthorn, Melbourne home and desiretoinspire]


Excuse me, stylish playhouse in the house

This may come off as plain for some, but the integration of this playful slide, has rubbed awesomeness to this home. The raw concrete finish that dominates the place and the greenwall contrast effectively adds character. Stylish and playful makes awesome indeed. [via chictip]


Look at this very pretty hotel Santorini, Greece

If you’ve noticed, Greece has been a favorite in features this week. We just can’t get enough of this beautiful place. I have just discovered [thru miss-design] this pretty hotel in Santorini. White walls and blue hues of the pool and the sea has become like a trademark of buildings in Greece. Charming. [via miss-design]


Want to stay in this modern spanish loft, for good..



Cape Schanck: Stunning House on Undulating Terrain

[via archgen]


Small spaces, friendly faces

Small studio apartments shouldn’t be just bland. Design every usable space to add warmth and suit your needs in such a tiny space. This example features lots of storage space, amazing combination of gloss white and wood design. [via]


Beyond this plain exterior are few surprises inside

‘House taishido’, a three-storey private residence in Tokyo, Japan is both unassuming and space effective. And yes, beyond this plain exterior are few surprises inside. A project by the japanese studio key operation inc. (akira koyama)   [via]


Apartment in Sweden

[via myadventureisyouradvantage]


Amazingly Humble Minimalist Home

Sou Fujimoto Architects House N project, completed in 2008.   [via dwellinggawker]