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Entrance way displays the original trusses and joists in the roofline while blending tile and brick on the walls in this former Victorian Hat Factory in London. [2400 × 1597]

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Dining area and kitchen are separated from the living area by brick arches in this apartment in Tribeca, NYC. [2364 × 1330]

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  • baron7755
    4 points Jan 16,2018, 11:46am

    I could handle living here

  • Meunderwears
    2 points Jan 16,2018, 10:45am
  • CyberGamerZ
    2 points Jan 16,2018, 4:53pm

    That looks amazing

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  • baron7755
    4 points Jan 16,2018, 11:46am

    I could handle living here

  • Meunderwears
    2 points Jan 16,2018, 10:45am
  • CyberGamerZ
    2 points Jan 16,2018, 4:53pm

    That looks amazing

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Mid-Century inspired house in Palm Springs, CA, by Scrafano Architects [3680x2456]

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“...A place where technology and nature beautifully coalesce” La Jolla, California [1280 x 853]

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The living room of a $45m home in San Diego [1280 x 788]

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  • sbde224
    9 points Jan 14,2018, 4:13pm

    At first glance I thought this was a luxury mall.

  • DaydreamKid
    6 points Jan 14,2018, 4:48pm

    This is what a crappy 1970's movie thinks a futuristic home in 2018 looks like.

  • Flamingooo
    4 points Jan 14,2018, 4:58pm

    I don't get these kind of spaces, even if you have a big family, why do you need so many places to sit? Nothing looks cozy! Such an expensive home and no good corner to read a book in.

  • mr_yuk
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 6:55pm

    It's like a Brutalist went to Disneyland.

  • fangsby
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 5:09pm

    Nothing about this says "home".

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  • sbde224
    9 points Jan 14,2018, 4:13pm

    At first glance I thought this was a luxury mall.

  • DaydreamKid
    6 points Jan 14,2018, 4:48pm

    This is what a crappy 1970's movie thinks a futuristic home in 2018 looks like.

  • Flamingooo
    4 points Jan 14,2018, 4:58pm

    I don't get these kind of spaces, even if you have a big family, why do you need so many places to sit? Nothing looks cozy! Such an expensive home and no good corner to read a book in.

  • pm_me_your_pantry
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 5:22pm

    I wonder what kinda person would seem to require a house like this.

    It would appear this person receives many guests?

    It looks great btw, wouldnt mind living there :)

  • mr_yuk
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 6:55pm

    It's like a Brutalist went to Disneyland.

  • fangsby
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 5:09pm

    Nothing about this says "home".

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Chicago Loft with a View

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  • Bartleby-the-Scribe
    3 points Jan 14,2018, 5:59pm

    This is so awesome!

  • tangoyango
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 6:36pm

    Damn that looks cozy! Just need some hot chocolate to top it off!

  • myshambar
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 7:09pm

    Cross post this over in r/cozyplaces!

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  • Bartleby-the-Scribe
    3 points Jan 14,2018, 5:59pm

    This is so awesome!

  • tangoyango
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 6:36pm

    Damn that looks cozy! Just need some hot chocolate to top it off!

  • myshambar
    1 points Jan 14,2018, 7:09pm

    Cross post this over in r/cozyplaces!

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Sitting area features tall vaulted ceiling with exposed joists in this apartment in Amsterdam which dates back to 1615. [1000 × 1500]

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  • OoLaLana
    209 points Jan 12,2018, 9:34am

    I'm upvoting because this post is about an actual room... and not it's view.

    Plus the beams are beautiful.

  • captianinsano
    19 points Jan 12,2018, 12:41pm

    My wife got me a book on how to build timberframe homes for Christmas. Its way over my abilities (at the moment, give me a couple years) but its amazing. Anytime I see anything timberframe related on reddit, I upvote.

  • MunichStranger
    27 points Jan 12,2018, 11:32am

    Gosh. Amsterdam is my heart home

  • Meunderwears
    9 points Jan 12,2018, 8:35am
  • lemmalime
    3 points Jan 12,2018, 2:04pm

    I love that this is one apartment now. Back in 1615 this probably had an upstairs where the beams are. Times have changed

  • secretRL
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 3:42pm

    This is beautiful! Gosh I miss Amsterdam

  • ArcaneAscent11
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 3:52pm

    DreamHomeGoals

  • Cheesus250
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 4:02pm

    I'd set up a little camp in the rafters

  • PaperFox07
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 4:36pm

    That really has a lot of character

  • Cobaas
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 12:53pm

    That painting in the background is hilarious

  • Anicha1
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 2:16pm

    Looks like such a comfy reading room.

  • skyfensilk
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 3:43pm

    This is a stunning room, I absolutely love it: it looks like somewhere that people actually live in too. The light is amazing.

  • xcdc802
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 4:34pm

    exposed joists, so hot right now

  • Futrix
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 5:11pm

    any ID on the sofa? (or similar(

  • gh0stastr0naut
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 5:58pm

    This is freakin gorgeous

  • Foutaises-
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 6:40pm

    How much would this rent for?

  • Nackles
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 7:14pm

    Subreddit name + OP username = WIN

  • guinnypig
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 7:43pm

    What's on the ceiling?

  • korexeileithyia
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 7:47pm

    Very pretty

  • deadkk
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 8:09pm

    as a person scared of spiders, id be worried about spiders 24/7 if I sat in there

  • bobdanderson
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 12:51pm

    I’m not a fan the the traditional/contemporary overlap. I can see how it’s nice but not my taste

  • fluffy_convict
    0 points Jan 12,2018, 2:28pm

    you still live in an attic

  • Handy_Dude
    0 points Jan 12,2018, 4:16pm

    You can tell the people that designed this don't have kids... Look at all the wasted storage space. Lol

  • overitdub
    0 points Jan 12,2018, 5:57pm

    Built like a brick ship house! Dutch blood here too, family ancestral home, despite being in America, looks just like a ship too.

  • Ninja_Arena
    -1 points Jan 12,2018, 2:45pm

    Costco couch

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  • OoLaLana
    209 points Jan 12,2018, 9:34am

    I'm upvoting because this post is about an actual room... and not it's view.

    Plus the beams are beautiful.

  • captianinsano
    19 points Jan 12,2018, 12:41pm

    My wife got me a book on how to build timberframe homes for Christmas. Its way over my abilities (at the moment, give me a couple years) but its amazing. Anytime I see anything timberframe related on reddit, I upvote.

  • MunichStranger
    27 points Jan 12,2018, 11:32am

    Gosh. Amsterdam is my heart home

  • DaggerShapedHeart
    12 points Jan 12,2018, 12:47pm

    Looks beautiful. Bet it's a bitch to heat though.

  • Meunderwears
    9 points Jan 12,2018, 8:35am
  • lemmalime
    3 points Jan 12,2018, 2:04pm

    I love that this is one apartment now. Back in 1615 this probably had an upstairs where the beams are. Times have changed

  • secretRL
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 3:42pm

    This is beautiful! Gosh I miss Amsterdam

  • ArcaneAscent11
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 3:52pm

    DreamHomeGoals

  • Cheesus250
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 4:02pm

    I'd set up a little camp in the rafters

  • PaperFox07
    2 points Jan 12,2018, 4:36pm

    That really has a lot of character

  • Cobaas
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 12:53pm

    That painting in the background is hilarious

  • Anicha1
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 2:16pm

    Looks like such a comfy reading room.

  • skyfensilk
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 3:43pm

    This is a stunning room, I absolutely love it: it looks like somewhere that people actually live in too. The light is amazing.

  • xcdc802
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 4:34pm

    exposed joists, so hot right now

  • Futrix
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 5:11pm

    any ID on the sofa? (or similar(

  • gh0stastr0naut
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 5:58pm

    This is freakin gorgeous

  • Foutaises-
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 6:40pm

    How much would this rent for?

  • Nackles
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 7:14pm

    Subreddit name + OP username = WIN

  • guinnypig
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 7:43pm

    What's on the ceiling?

  • korexeileithyia
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 7:47pm

    Very pretty

  • deadkk
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 8:09pm

    as a person scared of spiders, id be worried about spiders 24/7 if I sat in there

  • bobdanderson
    1 points Jan 12,2018, 12:51pm

    I’m not a fan the the traditional/contemporary overlap. I can see how it’s nice but not my taste

  • fluffy_convict
    0 points Jan 12,2018, 2:28pm

    you still live in an attic

  • Handy_Dude
    0 points Jan 12,2018, 4:16pm

    You can tell the people that designed this don't have kids... Look at all the wasted storage space. Lol

  • overitdub
    0 points Jan 12,2018, 5:57pm

    Built like a brick ship house! Dutch blood here too, family ancestral home, despite being in America, looks just like a ship too.

  • Ninja_Arena
    -1 points Jan 12,2018, 2:45pm

    Costco couch

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Sumptuously green Cotswold Chapel turned Farmhouse Kitchen is warmed by Natural Wood & Light [1706 x 2560]

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  • Aorom
    2 points Jan 11,2018, 4:20pm

    Man, you share great stuff. Keep it going, I subbed.

  • slyweazal
    1 points Jan 11,2018, 3:14pm

    SOURCE: "Cotswold Chapel Kitchen" by Sustainable Kitchens

    ADDITIONAL PHOTOS: Houzz

    "Glazed oak cabinet with LED lights painted in Farrow & Ball Chappell Green maximise the space by making the most of the high ceilings. The unified colour also creates a more spacious feeling. Pine table with chapel chair hint at the origins of the house as an old chapel with the limestone flooring adding to the rustic feel."

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  • Aorom
    2 points Jan 11,2018, 4:20pm

    Man, you share great stuff. Keep it going, I subbed.

  • slyweazal
    1 points Jan 11,2018, 3:14pm

    SOURCE: "Cotswold Chapel Kitchen" by Sustainable Kitchens

    ADDITIONAL PHOTOS: Houzz

    "Glazed oak cabinet with LED lights painted in Farrow & Ball Chappell Green maximise the space by making the most of the high ceilings. The unified colour also creates a more spacious feeling. Pine table with chapel chair hint at the origins of the house as an old chapel with the limestone flooring adding to the rustic feel."

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William Sauntry Recreation Hall, Stillwater, MN [1024x768]

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Simple Tuscan Bedroom - Siena, Italy [2560 x 1704]

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  • Aorom
    2 points Jan 11,2018, 4:19pm

    I love it. Thanks for sharing.

  • slyweazal
    1 points Jan 11,2018, 2:52pm

    SOURCE: Houzz

    PHOTOGRAPHER: Vanni Archive

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  • Aorom
    2 points Jan 11,2018, 4:19pm

    I love it. Thanks for sharing.

  • slyweazal
    1 points Jan 11,2018, 2:52pm

    SOURCE: Houzz

    PHOTOGRAPHER: Vanni Archive