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Eye Candy from around the Web

We spend a lot of time around beautifully designed products, and we spent a fair amount of time browsing the Web for inspiration for this blog, too. So we come across a lot of eye candy: photos of gorgeous work worth sharing with all of you. Today’s post is a quick round-up of some nice visuals we’ve seen recently.

Feel free to share some eye candy of your own in the comments section — your own projects, some photos you found online, anything.

A bright, airy design, tons of windows with gorgeous views, high ceilings, and a stellar location make this luxury villa (is there such a thing as a non-luxury villa?) a true work of art.

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Speaking of luxury villas, when you have a stunning view, why not put it good use, right? Windows for walls is a good start.

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Perhaps you’d expect some funky, modernist home design to be found in West Hollywood, but that doesn’t make these photos any less stunning. Bright green on the interior and bold shapes on the exterior make this home stand out in any neighborhood.

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Don’t have stunning views or funky architecture to show off? Why not just draw some? It’s probably way less expensive than the gorgeous property, and it’d make for a better conversation piece, too!

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Photos courtesy of Julia Palmer Design, Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects, AI Architects and Charlotte Mann.

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