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Grandiose Dream Home
The tub is spacious, and the elegant feel of the bathroom makes for a luxurious feel when taking a bath.
The window by the tub is awesome! Brings in natural light and a feel of being "outdoors" while in the bath -- and the extra space to put candles/books around the tub head will be appreciated. The double sinks are a great bonus and the rich dark colours of the brown wood adds a strong sense of warmth.
The window by the bathtub is definitely a plus, and the shelving storage for easy access is excellent. Besides towels, other bath scents and candles can be put there as well. Love the position of the standing shower next to the tub.
A daybed by the window creates a wonderful "away" space even while at home. Great for curling up with a book or journal, or just to relax without having to get into bed. A big window is such a plus.
The floor to ceiling doors/windows that lead to the garden/patio make the room look bright and open -- always a plus. The open concept is great because it does not make you feel cloistered in or trapped in some dark windowless cave shrouded in dark colours. The flooring makes for easy cleaning too.
Again, daybed by large windows -- Sold!
Wow -- now this is a dream room just for the views! Love the floor to ceiling glass windows.
That slightly sectioned off den space actually helps to create a "secondary" area for hanging out within the bedroom -- can see kids playing in that area or a work/study area, or just a place to chill in front of the TV with your loved one.
Daybed with the possibility to hide behind curtains -- even better!
Like the connectivity between room, and the open concept space.
Gorgeous fireplace, adds such warmth and cosy ambience to the room. The earthy tones make this an inviting place to hang out.
Love the flow between kitchen and living room -- it allows the chef to still interact with family or guests while preparing meals. This fosters family communication and unity, and allows everyone to pitch in to help as well. Great to be able to gather around a big kitchen island.
What a creative idea to include hanging seats in the living room -- makes for a great focal point visually, and not only makes a good talking point, but creates opportunities to talking as you sit in the swings.
Unique layout for a fireplace. Love the glass all around, allowing you to see the flames from all angles. The light brown on the wall and the dark floor colours work well together.
What an all encompassing view of the city! Definitely thumbs up for floor-to-ceiling windows, and even better when they go all around the apartment.
High ceilings are always a plus, to create a feeling of openness and not feeling like the world is closing in on you! The long-ish windows help to open up the space as well. Prefer curtains here, as compared to typical blinds/slats.
High ceilings, tall windows, fireplace with stone wall (love the stone) and wooden floors -- great combination for a cosy living space that does not feel cloistered, but has good flow.
Love the flow between kitchen and living room -- open concept always wins hands down. Appreciate the open view of the front door from the living room as well, yet set a little further away with a foyer space (without the front door being right at the kitchen entrance or right at the living room entrance).
Coming from a book-lover, this library is inviting and the rich dark colours of the library shelving and the ladder work well.
Open concept flow with easy accessibility to all other areas -- and the colours are neutral and light, so it does not feel like you are "stuck" in the kitchen.
Inspired pantry storage -- always thankful for storage that is hidden away and keeping the look tidy yet with easy access to ingredients.
High ceilings a plus, with a window over the sink is great for some scenery while doing food prep. The huge island creates a space for fellowship, and the extra storage within the island is always welcome. Plus, the breakfast nook is great as a secondary homework spot or laptop use while watching the chef.
Love the warm colours of this kitchen -- the country feel is preferred over the sleek white/marble types. Makes this kitchen feel like a place the family can relax in and enjoy.
This style appeals. Looks like there is ample storage all around and the storage on the island is a plus.
The feature that allows for hanging pots and pans helps to save space. Super like.
The open space is great, and the unique-shaped island adds a fresh look. Like the sink that is located in the island.
Love the big counterspace on the island, and love having a sink on the island as well. The colours of browns create an inviting and warm ambience in the kitchen.
Great to have a kitchen that has so many windows -- and the raise bar counter creates a nice hangout space as well. The immense light and brightness allowed in is a great bonus -- hands down, this beats those dark kitchens that are holed into a corner with no windows.
An L-shaped table space creates more room for work space without eating up into the rest of the room and having big windows in a work space is very welcome, especially if you are home all day.
Love the storage spaces, and again, the L-shaped desk that creates more work room and a large room all make for a good work space at home.
Big fan of windows -- and this one rocks, with all-around views in nature. Works only with nature (not when it is surrounded by cement buildings), for a restful view in between work.
Big windows + ample shelves/cupboards + wall to pin things + ample tabletop to work = makes for a functional home office (compared to tiny tables hidden under staircases or corners with no natural light, which do not work).
A separate space (den) that is cordoned off will increase the privacy of the work space, especially if you need to make phone calls. Yet, the glass walls allow you to feel part of the rest of the home without feeling cut off.
Unique and non-office-like office space -- like the idea of being "up in the attic" and with a window as well. The couch allows for cosy tea breaks.
Ooh, brilliant space for having TWO home offices (which is what we have). Super like -- and the big windows are a big plus, as is the huge island counter in between, to create for spreading out of papers etc.
The all-round windows win hands down -- and the circular concept really maximizes all the wall space available. Brilliant!
I think I would have the chair facing the window (the views are gorgeous, great for relaxing the mind in between work) and get rid of the desk in the middle of the room, to open up the space. The sense of nature permeating into the room makes this a winner.
With mountain views like that, definitely go with as big a window as you can fit in. The desk allows for good interaction with guests and yet still connected to the cupboards (where all your work materials are located) -- compared to the solitary desk in the middle of the room, which means you have to get up and pick up materials you need (troublesome).
Sleek and stylish, and allows you to work and watch TV and watch the scenery at the same time! Great for "in the living room" work space.
Love the outdoor fireplace!
Sheltered yet outdoors -- makes a year-round weatherproof hangout spot. Love the fireplace (think I said this already) for a camping feel.
The built-in BBQ in the stone area is a practical touch. Makes it look like part of the landscaping. Love the stone look/design.
Striking fireplace. Goes well with the marble feel.
The wooden feel for a staircase gives it a sturdy secure feel when you step on it (as compared to staircases with spaces in between). Also makes for easy cleaning. Love the class panelling, but wonder if it is practical for say, when you are moving big furniture upstairs.
Simple, classy and elegant.
Wow, super luxurious, for a royal experience in the tub. But not sure if it is very practical for day to day...
I like having the sink on the island, and a raised counter there as well, so you can separate wet things and dry things. Like the open concept space, although it is a bit dark (not enough natural light and windows).
This one has more natural lightning, which is always a plus, and the curved sink area is rather unique (compared to a rectangular style). Like the odd shape.