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Top 5 posts of the week (25 July—3 Aug)

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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What a week it has been! We were so pleased by the top five posts of this week, again, chosen by our discerning readers! From floors to doors, bathtubs to lakes, our homify audience has a clear appetite for the bespoke and exciting.

Without further ado, here are the top 5 posts for the last week of July!

5. Bath time—a drop of class

Our experts have pushed relaxation to new heights by combining the traditional bath time we know with breathtaking views, designs and surroundings to make the ultimate holistic experience when it comes to relaxation. Have a look at these great bathroom designs and check out the article here.

4. A dream house—lake maggiore

We have a dream villa, in Ascona, that’s in possession of unobstructed views of Lake Maggiore, whose vision frankly puts us immediately in wanderlust mood! So, either quickly pack your bags or insert an ocean sounds CD. Then, close your eyes, feet in the foot spa and dream away…  You never know, you might wake up there one day! Check it out here.

3. Which flooring for my kitchen?

Project 820:  Kitchen by Artichoke

Project 820


The type of flooring we choose for our kitchens is far more important than we think. The kitchen is the most commonly used space in the home when we have guests over, and is the second most used personal space after the bedroom. The type of flooring you choose should be based on your presence in the kitchen. Whether you are an avid cook, occasional chef or microwave hero, these factors really do have a strong influence in your decision making process. View the full article here.

2. 5 countries, 5 spaces with white in common

White is not just a colour, but a concept. It signifies purity and calmness, light in the darkness, hygiene and cleanliness. But not only this, white takes a very important role in all artistic disciplines, from graphic design to interior design, including architecture, music, gastronomy and photography. Yes, white does not imply the absence of design or planning, but rather the opposite, white hides intentions. An ideabook was created to show you, through five builds in five different countries, the use of white spaces in these disciplines. Have a closer look here.

1. Interior doors

Doors are both boundaries and links to other spaces. An open door is an invitation inside a living area, welcoming you to a beautiful home. A closed door can, however, offer a little mystery, security and insight as to what’s on the other side. We showed you an amazing overview and filled you with ideas to creatively separate your home. See all ideas here.

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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