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HH:  Circular connection - statement space

HH:  Circular connection - statement space

HH:  Whoa - natural light, natural colors, naturally inviting.

HH:  Whoa - natural light, natural colors, naturally inviting.

symmetrical and relaxing bath time

symmetrical and relaxing bath time

TG-Studio has transformed this three bed room penthouse from the standard developer spec into a personal and luxurious home. The client let The Studio select and furnish the entire penthouse and a meridian bed in blue velvet was chosen in this bedroom flanked by vividly colored lacquered bedside tables from Lema. The master ensuite has been enlarged to and now features a Portuguese travertine stone which has a cave like quality. Penthouse, which enhances the earthy and organic feel of this sanctuary.

HH:  This is lovely, but I can’t fall in love with a house until I see the kitchen. I like the feeling of openess, but I am not keen on stairs for myself anyway.

Source: interiorzine.com/

Open Living - light, space, utility

Open Living - light, space, utility

Nature themed bathing

Nature themed bathing

alwaysalwaysalwaysthesea:

Bathroom of an 1880s home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
(via NYT)

alwaysalwaysalwaysthesea:

Bathroom of an 1880s home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

(via NYT)

Two Contemporary Attic Bedrooms - grey and brown

Dutch House Country Style - interior design

Converted Cathedral Living

Converted Cathedral Living

A-frame Haven - from The Turquoise House

A-frame Haven - from The Turquoise House

Open Spaced Elegance

Open Spaced Elegance

office nook

office nook



Ghadames, LibyaAfter decades of living under a dictatorship, Libyans are imagining their future. Here, Kasim Abdu Salaam Habib, 39, opens his lovingly decorated 600-year-old home to foreign tourists in Ghadamesnational geographic

Ghadames, Libya
After decades of living under a dictatorship, Libyans are imagining their future. Here, Kasim Abdu Salaam Habib, 39, opens his lovingly decorated 600-year-old home to foreign tourists in Ghadames
national geographic

NICE OFFICE SPACE!

What do you think about moving your office right in the heart of the nature? Green trees, an amazng view, maybe you even have the chance sometimes to see wild animals from your office window.

I think it is a gread idea to move the offices in a forest for example or maybe near a river, because people will work harder, will be more relaxed and will concetrate better. They will feel happy.