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Sight Unseen's favorite design interiors, from minimalist to color-blocked maximalist. Kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, bedrooms, guest rooms, hotel rooms, brownstones, houses, apartments, and homes.

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The Pass-Through Window Trend Is Popping Up Again Since Quarantine Home Design, Yard Design, Design Design, Scallop Tiles, Architecture Renovation, Light Wood Kitchens, White Kitchens, Diy Home Decor, Room Decor

The Pass-Through Window Trend Is Popping Up Again Since Quarantine

The pass-through window was a popular kitchen renovation trend in the 1950s, but one pro is noticing it coming back now that people are stuck at home.

Week of August 3, 2020 - Sight Unseen

Week of August 3, 2020 - Sight Unseen

A weekly Saturday recap to share with you our favorite links, discoveries, exhibitions, and more from the past seven days. This week: a ceramic kitchen collection perfect for your cottagecore tablescape, a single statement earring we'll soon be rocking on our Zoom calls, and yet another interior that visualizes our collective desire to crawl into a cave and pretend that 2020 never happened.

Osmose Design Kitchen Color Palettes, Eclectic Kitchen, Bespoke Kitchens, Coffee Table Design, Wood Cabinets, Beautiful Kitchens, Interior Design Kitchen, Interior Design Inspiration, Kitchen Remodel

Week of July 27, 2020 - Sight Unseen

A weekly Saturday recap to share with you our favorite links, discoveries, exhibitions, and more from the past seven days. This week: an unsung ceramicist gets his due at David Kordansky, Cold Picnic releases American Gigolo-inspired rugs, and ZZ Driggs makes the case for never buying furniture again.

Osmose Portland residential project #millwork California Homes, Joinery, Contemporary Furniture, Home Kitchens, Tall Cabinet Storage, Furniture Design, White Oak, Interior Design, Hardware

Week of July 27, 2020 - Sight Unseen

A weekly Saturday recap to share with you our favorite links, discoveries, exhibitions, and more from the past seven days. This week: an unsung ceramicist gets his due at David Kordansky, Cold Picnic releases American Gigolo-inspired rugs, and ZZ Driggs makes the case for never buying furniture again.

Home Tour: Adolf Loos – Kinfolk Modern Architects, Space Architecture, Lighting Design, House Tours, Guest Room, Household, Minimalist, Kinfolk, Interiors

Home Tour: Adolf Loos

The Austrian architect laid the foundations for unornamented modernism. Mark Baker travels to Pilsen in the Czech Republic to see inside some of his lesser-known interiors.

Green Bathroom Green Bathroom Interior, Interior Garden, Tokyo Apartment, Apartment Renovation, Condominium Interior, Residential Interior Design, White Subway Tiles, Black Tiles, Glossy Paint

Week of July 20, 2020 - Sight Unseen

This week was all about organic curves, from a scallop-backed sofa reminiscent of Axel Einar Hjorth to a chic lamp with wavy handles by Lucy Montgomery.

R Society Store for Floral Art in Yixing by 0321 Studio | Yellowtrace Ikea Dresser Makeover, Cool Backdrops, Restaurants, Woven Dining Chairs, Living Room Mirrors, Baby Room Design, Living Furniture, Black Furniture, Kitchen Furniture

R Society Store for Floral Art in Yixing by 0321 Studio | Yellowtrace

0321 Studio’s brutalist flower atelier for R Society in Yixing becomes the perfect, uber-cool backdrop for the soft, organic flowers housed within.

R Society Store for Floral Art in Yixing by 0321 Studio | Yellowtrace Cool Backdrops, Stairs And Doors, Outside World, Metal Panels, Building Facade, Yixing, Minimalist Interior, Brutalist, Retail Design

R Society Store for Floral Art in Yixing by 0321 Studio | Yellowtrace

0321 Studio’s brutalist flower atelier for R Society in Yixing becomes the perfect, uber-cool backdrop for the soft, organic flowers housed within.

entryway with graphic tile Built In Furniture, Concrete Furniture, Concrete Lamp, Kid Furniture, Stained Concrete, Furniture Design, Sweet Home, Concrete Countertops, Concrete Floors

This Designer Built Her Family Vacation Home From Scratch—Without an Architect

Alex Boudreau's Todos Santos beach home, inspired by mid-century adobe structures, was built with only one plan--that family enjoy the space for years to come.

Dar-Hi Tunisia Orange Color Palettes, French Industrial, Meditation Center, Sustainable Tourism, The Dunes, Hotel S, Moorish, Pendant Lamp, Contemporary Design

Week of July 13, 2020 - Sight Unseen

A weekly Saturday recap to share with you our favorite links, discoveries, exhibitions, and more from the past seven days. This week: paintings inspired by orange wine, a fruit bowl that prevents bruising and rot, and a turquoise-and-yellow eco-retreat we'll probably never travel to, so at least we can gawk at the pics.

From Sink Skirts to Floor Paint: 5 Design Tricks From a Ground-Up Build Living Room Bench, Living Room Decor, Bedroom Decor, Living Rooms, House Rooms, Home Interior, Interior Decorating, Interior Styling, Decorating Ideas

5 Genius Reno Tricks from Alex Boudreau's Dreamy Oasis in Todos Santos, Mexico

Alex Boudreau shares five hacks that came in handy when she was designing her family's vacation home in Todos Santos, Mexico from the ground up.

Inside a Fashion-World Star’s Chic Milan Aerie | Architectural Digest Architecture Graphics, Gothic Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Ancient Architecture, Architectural Digest, Milan Apartment, Oasis, World Star

Inside a Fashion-World Star’s Chic Milan Aerie

Comfort and style were of equal import to Karla Otto head Alexander Werz when designing his plant-filled oasis in a modernist building

Forte Forte fashion boutique in Madrid is filled with shapely details Window Display Retail, Retail Displays, Shop Displays, Window Displays, Interior Styling, Interior Design, Design Design, Design Ideas, Upscale Restaurants

Forte Forte fashion boutique in Madrid is filled with shapely details

A geometric relief wall offsets brass and green-marble details in Madrid's Forte Forte boutique designed by Giada Forte and Robert Vattilana.

How Brendan Ravenhill Ended Up Living In — And Restoring — a 1938 Schindler House in the Hills of Los Angeles - Sight Unseen Los Angeles Sights, Los Angeles Homes, Schindler House, Built In Couch, Dining Room, Dining Table, Fantasy House, Interior Design Inspiration, Design Ideas

How Brendan Ravenhill Ended Up Living In — And Restoring — a 1938 Schindler House in the Hills of Los Angeles - Sight Unseen

Brendan Ravenhill on living in—and restoring—Rudolf Schindler's Southall House, which was built in 1938 for just $6000, using an economy of materials.