Designers Ludovica Serafini and Roberto Palomba carved a serene retreat out of a 17th-century oil mill in southern Italy, filling it with a treasure trove of their own work that they felt would interact well with the curving silhouettes of the surrounding stonework.
The dramatic plate-steel-and-glass staircase in architect Dom Dimster's Venice, California, home provides an arresting contrast to the minimalist interior color palette.
To brighten a previously musty terrace house in London's East End, Scenario Architecture added white finishing, several windows, and a few bursts of wood grain.
On a street lined with traditional terraced cottages in Landskrona, Sweden, Johnny Lökaas and Conny Ahlgren's modern Town House rises like a minimalist mirage. With its polar-white, multi-tiered interior, the space enjoys a variety of different atmospheres, making it the perfect backdrop for the couple's extensive art collection.
Outside Copenhagen, a couple transformed the attic of a former fisherman's cottage into a cozy, light-filled master bedroom.
While executing her minimalist transformation of a 1920s Atlanta home, designer Barbara Hill used flat white paint to emphasize the chalkiness of the pre-existing stucco walls.
A mostly white color palette and expansive glass windows make this tiny house in a Belgian forest feel much larger than its 856 square feet.