Nestled into the coastal hills of California, you’ll find a stunning residence conceived as a sheltering nest with wings to lift and water to anchor and reflect the earth and sky. The Yorkville Residence, designed by architect Alan Nicholson, is now the home of two retired geo-physicists. Here’s a closer look:
When you think of staying in Paris, most likely you’ll dream of having views of the Eiffel Tower, but could you ever imagine having views from the Eiffel Tower? Probably not, but vacation rental company HomeAway made it happen when they converted an empty conference room into an apartment about 18 stories up in the Eiffel Tower.
We love getting feedback from our customers, especially when it’s to rave about a particular product. We can’t help but fall in love with this modern coffee house in Montréal. The OSMO Café has been buzzing with attention since they incorporated groupings of Innit Chairs into the Café. Free Wifi and fresh coffee aside, this is one coffee house we’re dying to take a trip to.
We’re kicking off our house tours here on the YLiving blog with a peek into this 1895 Neo-Victorian home in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood. What you see is not what you get once you step inside. I guarantee you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Check it out this modern house tour of a New Day:
Okay, so this modern house tour that we’re about to take isn’t just anyone’s Manhattan penthouse, it’s Paris Hilton’s Manhattan penthouse. And from the looks of things, our beloved Paris Hilton has grown up. This modern penthouse is an elegant home, in a spacious and neutral palette. Let’s take a look:
How have you been liking these house tours? I’m a fan, if you couldn’t tell! Today, we’re taking a peek into the Dover Court Home, full of modern furniture, a color palette of red, white, and black, and plenty of modern living room ideas to get you inspired:
Come with me on a modern house tour as we step foot into a Luxurious Loft, where a monochromatic color palette of black and white is warmed by crumbling brick and muted purple accents. Modern furniture is offset by quirky pieces for a blend of eclectic design that is perfect for a loft setting.
Designer Stephane Chamard occupied The Old Coach House with his husband for only a short while, but the remodel he completed turns this old gem into a modern interiors show stopper. Full of white walls and bright pops of orange and red, come take a modern house tour of The Coach House, Designed by Stephane Chamard with photography by Lisa Petrole: