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Natural Pools

A natural swimming pool is a magical addition to a home where you can observe nature throughout the seasons and be closer to the wildlife you share …

Turn Your Patio Into A Stylish Outdoor Lounge

Ah, the outdoor <b>lounge</b>…it sounds like a distant dream limited to resort hotels, doesn’t it? Kate here, and today my goal is to turn that dream into a …

Carles Enrich inserts plywood box inside renovated Barcelona apartment

Spanish architect Carles Enrich has inserted a plywood box beneath the vaulted ceilings of an early 20th-century apartment in Barcelona to create a …

20 Unique Furniture Designs That Will Make You Drool

Let’s distance ourselves from the typical furniture designs and expand our horizon a little bit. There are lots of unique creations out there and, …

Furniture

Good Morning!Capri, Italy.

The Ultimate Guide For Organizing Your Home Room By Room – 90 Revolutionary Tips and Tricks

Being organized is crucial if you want your home to look clean and beautiful and not like what’s left over after a tornado. It’s important to …

Beautifully Minimalist Luxury Yacht Made of Stacked Levels of Glass

California College of the Arts architecture student Lujac Desautel re-examines traditional yacht design with <i>GLASS</i>, a beautifully minimalist concept that utilizes stacked levels to create a sleek, sculptural form. Inspired by interlocking LEGO blocks as wall as the architecture of skyscrapers, the …

CreoPop 3D Pen Allows You to Draw in the Air Using Light instead of Heat

Drawing is even more fun when you're working with another dimension. The CreoPop is a 3D drawing pen that allows you to make imaginative and colorful sculptures without the use of melting plastics or heat. Instead, the device creates a chemical reaction with light-sensitive photopolymers. A tiny …