Church conversion in Chicago

This 5,500-square-foot old church in Chicago, Illinois was turned into a home for a family with three young children. The architects did merge modern with original stained glass, along with other existing elements beautifully.

Gleaming White Church Conversion

When interior designer Gianna Camilotti saw this converted church in Chingford, it was love at first sight. It has gleaming white space in which she created a spacious home and office.

Arty Loft

Bil Ehrlich, a young Harvard-trained architect, bought and gutted a derelict five-floor Manhattan town house and created, behind its old cast-iron facade, a huge white alterna-house.

Water Tower House

Steel, concrete and glass form the basic material palette used by Zecc in this incredible contemporary home conversion – and these choices do help to transition from the aged rustic style of the preserved facade to the modern interior spaces.

Living in a fold

Rarely I come along projects that really surprise me, that refuse to build from existing elements, creating totally new ones instead. This – although quite small – flat is one.

Black and White Loft in Italy

Black and white is one of the most beautiful combination of colors when we talk about home decoration.This color palette represents clean cut and simple ideas and is great for many different rooms in the home.The 800 square meters loft designed in black and white by Roberto Murgia seems to be a perfect living-work combination.

COLOR WATCH: BLACK & WHITE DONE RIGHT IN A 1904 ISLAND COTTAGE!

I like this little renovated 1904 fisherman’s cottage on Shelter Island. Very cute to me! The decor here is bold but it only involves two colors…black and white…I think it works and is done very right.Am loving the kitchen with the floor to cei…