A 1,300-square-foot pre-war apartment on the Upper East Side was recently renovated to get rid of the dark, dated interior.
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A modest loft in Lithuania was designed for a young couple longing for a cozy, modern interior.
With a Scandinavian feel, the relaxed and bright interior of this San Francisco apartment works well for the resident's lifestyle.
A modern penthouse in Tel Aviv with modular aspects to keep the interior flexible and functional.
A simple apartment got a new layout and a simple, refreshing scheme with a cohesive vibe.
Billinkoff Architecture were hired to transform a post war apartment in Manhattan into a contemporary, urban space.
This Ukrainian apartment is split between two levels on the top floor and a curvy slide connects them.
A modern Brazilian apartment for a young couple with specific demands to create visual lines between the social spaces.
A tiny apartment in Budapest was designed to be a fun place to stay for style-loving people traveling to the area.
A small condo needed more function so a pre-fabricated loft that packs a multitude of functions into its compact design was created.
An 800 square foot apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan becomes a light-filled loft that feels more spacious.
Using monochromatic colors, clean lines, and simple furnishings, designer Alena Yudina designed this apartment for a small family in Kiev.
A modest apartment in Tel Aviv gets revitalized to become an open, light-filled interior that distributes light and air to each space.
We're skipping hotels and heading to an unusual setup in Ghent, that's a loft apartment located on the top floor of WATT Ghent.
A look at the most popular posts that Design Milk offered up in 2015, from art to home furnishings, interiors to architecture. Take a peek.
To revisit our favorite posts, Jaime, Gregory, and Caroline put together a list from the year and we’re sharing them as our Editor's Faves…