Tour a Nashville Home with Bold Designs

Sometimes, the bold design and pops of color are all you need to elevate your home to the next level. We came across this Nashville home with art, music and bold design and would love to share some of our favorite spaces.

Living Room

The animal print area rug elevates this all-white space and adds a touch of glamor. It is such a creative way to put a vintage Hans Wegner coffee table and 1960s marble nesting table together–a nice contrast of textures.

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Tour the Los Angeles Home That Artfully Marries the Old And New

The classical heavy molding combined with crisp clean lines is what attracts us to this unique Los Angeles home. We also love the white color palette with subtlety that helps create such clean yet soft atmosphere. All of the vintage founds in the house make the home feel casual, inviting and interesting. Here are our favorite spaces.

Living Room

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Tour a San Francisco Home with Art and Historical Details

We came across this San Francisco home on internet and fell in love with its classical bone, the art and historical details. Here are some of our favorite spaces. Let’s take a look together.

Entry

The house is a 1926 Presidio Heights home in San Francisco for a young family. The spiral staircase metalwork is original . The newly installed black-and-white checkered marble flooring is such a good match to the classical bone of the house. A vintage Curtis Jeré brass pendant, and a deconstructed Venus statue by European art collective, Troika by the entry all indicate the distinguished taste of the owner. This entry establishes the tone for the rest of the houses– artsy, classical, grandeur yet modern and clean-lined.

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Holiday 2020 Room Design Ideas–Entry

We are grateful for another beautiful day filled with warm autumn sunshine. Hope you are planning and doing well with your Thanksgiving stay-at-home party, brunch or dinner. If to prepare Thanksgiving celebration is kind of too rush for you, don’t worry. Just make sure you order your favorite local to-go turkey on time for your Thanksgiving Day. The rest all you need do is to do nothing or just go for a long hike.

Well, as we all know, we also have Christmas and New Year coming soon. So, we are going to continue to present our Holiday Show House of KHK Designs 2020-2021—Entry on today’s blog.

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Tour a Comfortable and Glamorous Modern Home in Melbourne

We came across this Melbourne apartment today and were impressed by its museum-like space artfully filled with bold furniture and interesting objects. What even amazing is that this apartment is actually not that big but the designer himself curated such a sophisticated interior that everyone is going to fall in love with.

Living Room

Overall, this is a quite clean-line modern home. However, the orange brown low-profile velvet sofa is warm and inviting while the brass mushroom table lamp brings in a touch of glamor. We love the coffee-table books on the cocktail table. Artworks are quite 70s style.

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Tour a Modern Chicago Farmhouse with a Vibe of The Belgian Countryside

If you are just like us and feel pretty stressed in the middle of the week. We have something special for you — a modern Chicago farmhouse with a Belgian countryside vibe. So sit back and take a deep breath, let’s tour this amazing home together. Who wouldn’t want to chill out by the countryside at this moment?

The Exterior

We love the minimalism exterior with the unifying color palette and simple forms. The wooden doors make us feel very homey and inviting.

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Tour a 1902 Tudor Revival House with a Modern Update

The classical design with 19th century English furnishings is always sophisticated and timeless. Today, we are going to virtually tour a 1902 Tudor revival house updated with a modern twist. Here are our favorite highlights.

Entry

The 19th-century English mahogany table is topped with an antique Chinese porcelain bowl; the front door, hardwood floors, and ceiling beams are original to the home. The chandelier is by Gaetano Sciolari, the ­window-seat cushion is in a Hines & Company fabric, and the throw pillow is in a Donghia fabric. The artwork is by Jack Levine.
Simon Upton

An English mahogany table topped with an antique Chinese porcelain sets the classical tone for the rest of the house.

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Tour a Sleek Modern Home with Bells and Whistles

A timeless beautiful home often pleases our eye by its sophisticated color palette and layered arrangement. Minimalism has being dominated the market for many years. And the true masters’ minimalism work often has a touch of warmth and timelessness that make a home homey. Today, we are going to virtually tour a home that is sleek, modern yet having all of bells and whistles.

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Tour a Grand Old Victorian with a Colorful and Geometric Update

Color and shape often impact how we feel about a space. As we are spending more and more time at home, the feel that home gives to us does matter. Today we are going to tour a gorgeous Victorian home with a cool vibe thanks to its color palette and playful geometric shapes. Here are our favorites.

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Tour A Relaxing Yet Sophisticated Town House in Upper East

We are first attracted by this house because of its color scheme and then the cool textiles and iconic furniture. The town house is owned by textile scion Ashley Stark Kenner and her husband Nick, founder and CEO of Just Salad. The landmarked 19th-century building had a lot going for it—generous dimensions, a deep backyard, and, a rarity among town houses, lots of light. But at their first meeting with New York–based Lichten Architects, talk quickly shifted to “gut renovation.” Here are our favorites after the renovation.

Living Room

In the living room of Ashley Stark kenner’s Manhattan home, 1957 Pierre Jeanneret chairs and a custom sofa surround a Kelvin LaVerne cocktail table. Artworks by Julian Schnabel, Brent Wadden, and Damien Hirst. © 2020 Julian Schnabel / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved / DACS, London / ARS, NY 2020
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