The paver walkway narrows and widens, adding interest to the renovated landscape and exterior of a Minnesota home. Southview Design laid out the red brick pavers in a soldier course pattern and selected a lighter tone for the walkway's border. Modular retaining walls with wide steps and landings extend the home's architecture to the street.
An exterior wall in the kitchen was opened to create a doorway to the 900-square-foot wooden deck that comfortably fits a 10-foot concrete topped dining table, three all-weather modular sectional sofas and a five-foot concrete fire pit.
From the ping-pong table to the home bar to the theater-size movie screen, this entertainment space is ready for gatherings of any size. Facing modular sofas provide ample and comfy seating for movie viewing. A backsplash beneath the countertop of the nearby bar features patterned tile that connects the room's neutral palette with its blue accents. Fabric panels provide soundproofing throughout the space.
Narrow modular pavers lead from the beautiful, mid-century modern home to the outdoor oasis, with gravel fire pit, lush landscaping, and poured-in-place concrete dining table perfect for al fresco dining.
A contemporary pergola houses comfortable yet modern seating, including several modular pieces that can be moved depending on entertaining needs. Landscaping is kept minimalist to highlight the style of the home, while still adding an element of softness.
This luxe game room features red hues and dark, rich wood finishes. Stone accents add to the room's rusticity, which ties to the home's Colorado mountainside locale. Dark beams criss-cross the ceiling, while modular sofas offer seating for many.
Dark gray is used on the second floor of this large living space to bring the height of the room down, creating a cozy, family-friendly room. A trio of coffee tables makes one big surface or can be separated for a modular space when entertaining. Comfortable seating, from the large sectional to the comfortable gray chair, create a great space to gather and relax.
The homeowners of this mountain home are minimalist and wanted a simple space to hang out with family and friends. To add drama above the fireplace, designer Emily Esposito used Modular Art Panels. The wavy pattern ties in with the curved roof and plays off the water of the home's surrounding lakes.
Gray walls and white trim set a fresh, clean tone in this ground-level family room in Brooklyn. A modular sofa and a desk turn the room into a multifunctional living area. Meanwhile, French doors to the back garden connect the home to the outdoors.
A 25-meter swimming pool starts inside of the house and leads outside, creating a true blend of indoor/outdoor living. Low, modular furniture and sleek lounge chairs create comfortable sitting areas while maintaining the modern style of the home.
Puffy modular seating is low and contemporary in this modern farmhouse living room. The white-walled space opens to the dining room and kitchen, giving the home an open-plan, contemporary feel, while traditional architectural touches connect the home to its rural, 12-acre site. An open front porch spans the length of the house, showcasing the view of open fields and distant hills while shading the first-floor interior.
A sleek modular sofa by B&B Italia has a view of large-scale, modern artwork and a wall-mounted TV in this bright white living room. The two-toned modern TV console is by Ligne Roset. This home in the heart of Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood retains its character with an exposed brick wall, tin ceiling and oversized windows that let in loads of natural light.