Room to Think
This narrow bathroom proves that even the tiniest functional spaces can exude style. Its geometric, Mondrian-inspired wall tiles create an eye-catching mid-century design. The claw-foot soaking tub adds an additional splash of personality.
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He put two years and $2 million worth of renovation work into it.
What you’re about to see is not Photoshop – Moscow-based Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova created these stunning images with the help of real live animals!
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Take a Seat
Much loved for their nostalgic charm, banquettes can be a great seating solution in small kitchens. Here, two benches (one with additional storage built into the back) are positioned in front of a sunny window. Other eye-catching details in the room include colorful collections housed on open shelves and a playful linoleum pattern on the floor.
Related: Is a Banquette Right for You?
We hope Cassity and Justin’s daughters know how lucky they are! Their parents, who run the Remodelaholic blog, built this bunkbed playhouse over the past couple of months. We can’t argue with Cassity, who writes that the outcome “is insanely awesome if I do say so myself.”
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Gorgeously earthy modern decor inspiration….!
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