The Design Chaser: Homes to Inspire | Katty Schiebeck's Passeig de Gràcia

Kitchen - This apartment kitchen is full of character with the herringbone wood floor and marble island. Passeig de Gràcia by Katty Schiebeck

T.D.C | Cloe Kitchen designed by Gian Vittorio Plazzogna for Cesar Arredamenticloe

Lacquered kitchen with island without handles CLOE - COMPOSITION 1 by Cesar Arredamenti design Gian Vittorio Plazzogna

Wall decor concept. STYLEGARAGE | Modern Furniture | Toronto | Vancouver

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Detail.  Monkey Forest Road Leads to Coffee - Named after the main street in the cultural center of Bali, Indonesia, Monkey Forest Road in California is a multipurpose space split between a store, gallery and café. Photography by Mark Luthringer.

What a cool transition of materials for a vertical application. Perhaps this would be fitting for your rustic fireplace wall or an outdoor space? Find similar materials at French-Brown Floors!

Love this! This is such a fun and interesting way to incorporate storage and functionality into a home. Also it reminds me of the scene in 'Kate and Leopold' when Hugh Jackman shows Meg Ryan the hidiehole in the fireplace mantle.

Unexpected Storage Nook built into the wall which adds another architectural detail element - wood and brick.

An industrial white home - by Paola Navone

A good transition to flooring in the kitchen. Mixing tile flooring with wood. A fun and creative take on your living space floor!


With the curtains fully open, we see the open space flowing into the office area, where a wide full height window and glass patio door allow views to the surrounding city.

Hidden cupboards by Graux & Bayens. Nice office space.

Office Solvas / GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten

perfect office desk Red Design Group Office Office Design Gallery Office Hidden cupboards by Graux & Bayens.

Staircase / ramp at M - Museum, Leuven, NL. Click image to enlarge and visit the boards >>

Vander Kelen-Mertens Museum - aka M - Leuven, Belgium - Stéphane Beel. This is likely how I would play with the elevation, but the stairs would be vegetation and the slopes would stay as path.

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