Gorgeous stone is used throughout this Moroccan-inspired bathroom to create the countertops, bathtub and even the walls. Inset arches add depth to the space, while an oversized mirror reflects the light and visually enlarges the room.
The transitional bathroom combines traditional cabinetry for storage with a contemporary glass shower. Tiled walls add texture to the space, while beautiful hardwood floors ground it. This bathroom is part of the renovations done on The Palazzo, a 200-year-old mansion located in Rabat, Malta, which boasts 10,700 square feet of living.
Mirrored walls, drawers and cabinets make this narrow bathroom look spacious and bright. Classic nickel wall sconces and marble accents add a traditional element while the sleek faucets and mirrored freestanding tub bring a modern edge to the space.
A flowing canopy bed is the centerpieces of this jade green Moroccan-inspired bedroom. Simple white sheers cover the windows to mimic the canopy, while a neutral tile is used to ground the space.
The U-shaped design of this modern home in Lugano, Switzerland, is complemented by the undulating lines of the courtyards that surround it. Glass walls open the 3,658-square-foot structure to views of Lake Lugano and surrounding mountains.
A tall, white fence encircles this sleekly modern home, affording privacy for its glass-walled interiors. The 3,658-square-foot home has views of Switzerland's Lake Lugano. The home is designed by architect Milan Jacopo Mascheroni.
Glass walls offer an uninterrupted view of the sleek, modern interior of this Lugano, Switzerland, home. The house looks out onto sculpted courtyard. On one side, a sleek, white fence offers privacy, and on the other, the home's hillside orientation opens it to sweeping views of the surrounding lake and mountains.
Underneath the elegant, traditional chandelier sits a modern jacuzzi tub facing a mirrored wall with a camouflaged TV screen and contemporary fireplace. The expansive shower-and-sauna combo makes this space the ultimate spot for relaxation.
Large, open archways blend the indoor living room with the patio outside. A rustic stone wall combines with exposed wood beams and earth-toned furniture to create a Mediterranean style. A colorful bookshelf and glass coffee table bring in a touch of contemporary.
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