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Arnold’s Antique-Filled, Incredibly Quirky, Nautical-Themed NYC Apartment — House Tour

Name: Arnold Baumheiser
Location: New York City
Size: 1,328 square feet

Earlier this year we got to see an in-depth look at Dev Shah’s New York apartment — he’s the main character of Netflix’s hit show Master of None. What a unique, comfortable, accessible space the apartment’s set design portrays. It doesn’t really matter if the apartment is “real” or not; Dev’s home is filled with inspiration anyone could use. Well, in honor of Master of None’s Emmy wins last night, we thought we’d share another fabulous “home tour” of one of the show’s quirky characters.

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Posted on Sep 18, 2017

A Ceramicist & Furniture Designer’s California Cabin — House Tour

Name: Ben Tetro and Kenesha Sneed
Location: Altadena, California
Years lived in: 1.7 years, renting

Ben and Kenesha’s Altadena cottage is a dream oasis for any design lover looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. With exposed wood ceilings, an original brick fireplace, and a backyard full of fruit trees, their home offers a welcoming environment and plenty of charm.

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Posted on Sep 18, 2017

A “Happy Californian Golden Girls Greenhouse” Apartment — House Tour

Name: Jane
Location: Noe Valley — San Francisco, California
Size: 1,100 square feet
Years lived in: 1 year

When Jane mentioned she only had a few weeks left in her San Francisco apartment before she moved back to Chicago, I knew I had to preserve her beautiful, refreshing home through photos. What makes her home unique is the mixture of items and styles that can only be described as “Happy Californian,” such as the bedroom wallpaper inspired by greenery, the mid-century modern furniture and paintings, and the gorgeous vaulted ceilings that make her smile every day.

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Posted on Sep 17, 2017

Two Makers Create A Bright Haven in a Downtown LA Apartment — House Tour

Name: Michelle Paul Toney and James Toney III
Location: Chinatown — Downtown Los Angeles
Size: 1,115 square feet
Years lived in: 1.5 years, renting

Michelle and James’ lives seem to revolve around downtown LA. After meeting in the Arts District one fated Tuesday night, the couple have since been married, started the Los Angeles-based company Morrow Soft Goods with two friends, and moved into the beautiful and brightly lit Chinatown apartment where they currently reside.

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Posted on Sep 17, 2017

“Flea Market Chic” Modern Style in the Philippines — House Tour

Name: Jar and Kay (and their 5-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter)
Location: Quezon City, Philippines
Size: 375 square meters
Years lived in: Owned 3 months

Jar writes: “This is my wife and I’s first house together. We worked closely with our architect [Denise De Castro of DDC-Vida] to achieve a sustainable structure that would cater to a growing family. We were able to incorporate a lot of natural light and ventilation with a pocket garden in the middle of the home. We also have a rainwater harvest system that saves water for garden use. I’m a photographer and the architect wanted the house to be a ‘museum of light’ so she intentionally had light enter every room a different way. Solar panels also help us save on our electric bill.”

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Posted on Sep 16, 2017

A Collector’s Victorian Cape Town Cottage Inspired by the East — House Tour

Name: Sarah Scott and her pugs, Lulu and Ozzy
Location: Sea Point East, Cape Town
Size: 1615 square feet
Years lived in: 2.5 years, owned

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The beautiful house you see today is a far cry from how it looked when Sarah, a designer, purchased it two and a half years ago. She had chanced upon the property when it was totally derelict and still in the very beginning stages of a renovation. But it was the incredible Victorian staircase that sold Sarah on this 1901 naval cottage…and made her put in an offer.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2017

An Art Gallery Owner’s Eclectic Barcelona Apartment — House Tour

Name: Martha , her husband Daniel and son Nicolas
Location: Gracia – Barcelona, Spain
Size: 754 square feet
Years lived in: 11 years, renting

Though Martha loves the Barcelona neighborhood she lives in — she describes it as a small town with artists living in it — it’s her apartment that she considers an extension of herself. It’s the place where she goes when she needs to relax. But Martha almost missed out on renting this apartment!

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Posted on Sep 15, 2017

A Ceramicist & Architect’s Hand-Crafted California Home — House Tour

Name: Linda Hsiao , Kagan Taylor and Scallion the Cat
Location: Highland Park — Los Angeles, California
Years lived in: 2 years, renting

Linda and Kagan’s Highland Park home is a perfect reflection of their combined creative collaborations and organic aesthetics. The space is filled with handmade treasures, meaningful art, and friend’s crafts to create a truly cozy and original style.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2017

An Earthy, Modern Victorian Cape Town Home — House Tour

Name: Ute and Steven Faure and their two daughters
Location: Schotsche Kloof, Cape Town
Size:
150 square meters (not including the central courtyard)
Years lived in:
3 years, rented

At the foot of Signal Hill you’ll find Schotsche Kloof, a vibrant neighborhood that Ute , Steven and their two young daughters call home. Their Victorian-­era home was given an update by the well-known and award-winning Chilean architect, Antonio Zaninovic, who is based in Cape Town. The result is a stylish and modern home that still retains its heritage.

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Posted on Sep 14, 2017

An Interior Designer’s Simple & Modern Beijing Flat — House Tour

Name: Coro Urdaneta and Marco Cortavitarte
Location: Sanlitun — Beijing, China
Size: 1,500 square feet
Years lived in: 2 years, renting

It’s hard to find an expat in Beijing who doesn’t know about the Moka Bros , or the Venezuelan siblings behind it. When the restaurant first opened in 2013, it flipped the capital’s healthy café scene on its head, largely thanks to its refreshingly bold and trendy creative concept. The woman behind that design, and that of many other successful eateries in the city, is Coro Urdaneta of her namesake studio CoromotoAD . With more than 30 projects behind her in just a few years, it’s hardly a surprise that some of this design wisdom — as well as the furnishings themselves — would spill over into the Beijing home she shares with her husband Marco Cortavitarte.

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Posted on Sep 13, 2017

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