Not everyone lives – or wants to live – in a house and millions of people are looking for examples of stylish apartment interior design. Across the globe, families make their homes in apartments that are polished, organized and beautiful. HomeDSGN brings you a collection of chic apartment interior design showcasing the possibilities. From contemporary neutrals and modern white designs to warm wood-filled interiors, inspiration for your apartment abounds.
Have you ever dream to own a townhouse in the sky? Well I bet for most of us, this dream won’t ever come true.
But if you have 28 million dollars to spare, you might consider buying this five-story 10,911 square foot penthouse in the heart of Tribeca in New York City.
Canadian designer Robert Bailey has completed a dramatic gut renovation of this penthouse apartment located in Coal Harbour, a neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada.
“The original apartment was completely demolished, back to the concrete shell, and our design direction was influenced by the restraint of Scandinavian interiors” says Bailey.
This stunning 4,000 square-foot apartment features four bedrooms, each with its bathroom, four terraces and everything you need to feel like a king at home!
Designed by Turett Collaborative Architects, this duplex apartment is located in a new building in the East Village of New York City.
Two identical one-bedroom units, one atop the other were combine together into a 2,400 square-foot duplex two-bedroom penthouse with the option to descend speedily from the top floor with a custom-made sculptural slide!
Minim is a Spanish interior design studio created by Elina Vila and Agnès Blanch in 1999.
The studio did an incredible job in restoring this residence situated in a late nineteenth century building and an attached 500-year-old cloister.
Located in Barcelona, Spain, the unique 2,150 square foot home served as a fabric store for the past 20 years: it is now a bright and comfortable apartment to accommodate a couple with baby. Is it just me or do you envy them?
French Stylist and interior designer Roxane Beis bought a few years ago this former 1,830 square-foot print shop installed in a passage of the 20th arrondissement of Paris.
The designer did an amazing job in converting the abandoned old building into a beautiful and spacious duplex loft residence.
This beautiful duplex penthouse is located in an old building in Vasastan, the second most populous district of Stockholm, Sweden.
The 1907 building was recently fully renovated and features this luxurious 2,260 square foot apartment.
What was once stables, a bomb shelter and then a print shop is now a modern loft located in Barcelona, Spain.
Completely transformed and renovated by developers and designers of urban lofts Benito Escat and Alberto Rovira with the help of interior design studio Minim, the large rectangular loft is split in two levels for a total footage of 8,600 sq ft!
The original brick walls are now exposed, and the high concrete ceilings make this loft truly magnificent!
The Crosstown Loft designed by Campos Leckie Studio is an affordable refurbished loft located in Crosstown, near Vancouver’s Yaletown district.
This former after-hours party loft was converted into a two-floor living space — 1000-square-feet on each level.
The lower floor is the private sleeping and play areas and the upper space houses the main living spaces for eating and entertaining.
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Located in a modernist Richard Meier tower in the Far West Village in New York City, this bright and spacious loft was recently completely renovated by New York City-based architectural firm Shelton, Mindel & Associates Architecture.
According to Architectural Digest, this apartment was designed for a San Francisco family for their New York “pied-à-terre”!