If you are browsing the internet for home ideas, decoration or remodeling tips, you are in the right place. In today’s article we collected the top 20 most beautiful living spaces around the world. These architectural designs heavily influence local remodeling companies like Style by Carden Roofing. I am sure you will hate your apartment after checking out the images below. Starting from Switzerland, across America and up to Australia, there are no better interior designs that the ones we collected and attached in the gallery below. We hope you will enjoy:

The Heinz Julen Penthouse in Zermatt, Switzerland


The Clock Tower Apartment in Brooklyn, NY


The Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana


The Firefly ski chalet in Zermatt, Switzerland


Resort in St. Lucia



Chalet Brickell in the Rhone-Alpes, France


Converted cathedral


The Over Water Bungalow at Le Meridien in Bora Bora


The Igloo Village in Kakslauttanen, Finland


The Ladera Resort in St. Lucia Resort


The Underwater bedroom in the Maldives


The Garden House in Brazil


The Pretty Beach House on the Bouddi Peninsula in Australia


Jade Mountain in St. Lucia


The Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island in Australia


The Tree House in Costa Rica


The Redwood grove cabin in California


The Royal Loft Suite aboard the Oasis of the Seas


The Chalet Zermatt Peak in Switzerland


The One Room Glass Iglo House


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    • These are all so inspiring! I love how they relish and appreciate nature. I’m especially fond of the ones in St. Lucia.

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  5. These are incredible – hard to pick a favorite. Perhaps a trip around the world and stay at all of them!

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  9. Makes me wish I had the money to travel and see this beautiful world. Thanks for sharing.


  10. speechless..how i wish i could earn billions of dollars so i could own living spaces as stunning as these..wheew

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  14. Hey. I went to the underwater bedroom in maldives. Well actually cause im from maldives. Happy to see my birth place in top 20 :’) such a privilege

  15. Most beautiful places i’ve never seen before….soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo magnificent.Am prayin that one day i visit either of these.

  16. They were all lovely, however, I think whoever compiled these confused beautiful settings and/or views with architecture and design. Many were lacking in basic design components and tasteful décor. Some did not utilize materials that would have been organic to the setting and lifted the design to an entirely new level.

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  18. Absolutely stunning! I can only imagine how seeing this in person could leave one speachless.

  19. The Royal Loft Suite aboard the Oasis of the Seas is my favourite (number 18) just for that beautiful grand piano! i would stay in my room the whole time and just play and play and play!!!!!!!! :'( stunning!!!!!!!

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  22. Wow all pictures is awesome i love it no-doubt your collection is mind blowing good choice place, home, everything is wonderful good work keep it up. Thanks for sharing it please share me more blog like this 🙂

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  24. I love these homes. They are all so beautiful! I think my favorite is the house in Montana, it’s a good reflection of the culture and feel in Montana. I think my least favorite is the cathedral. While it is stunning and cool too, I would feel funny living in a converted one. I mean, I sin enough as it is, it would only be worse if I were in an old renovated cathedral.

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  28. Brilliant. I am going to have one someday soon.:) Smart work is there with me but need luck too. Wish me luck guys. 🙂

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  34. Wooooooow, Beautiful…… there’s are unreservedly amazing, is’t it!

  35. I’ll take the underwater water bedroom in the Maldives please. I’d like to reserve for 3,365 days please. Yes, you heard me correctly. JUst put the tab on the White House please, Thanks, Rich

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  37. I adore all 20 living spaces! Just wouldn’t be able to sleep underwater; the other 19, I would love a couple of years to get tired of them (as if they could ever become tiresome.)

  38. I agree with Maggie in that I would feel very funny staying in a converted cathedral. I’m sure they never imaged that the cathedral would never be anything but.

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  46. The moment I saw the first photo, it gives me a gushing free breath like mmmm with Wow. I felt a healing touch in my heart.
    They all are fabulous and I also like the aquatic bedroom.
    Overall, I like them all and would like to have them. Cheers!

  47. Wow! Look at that clock! Shall we say ticking? Aww….You built me a treehouse! That touches my heart! Love the warmth of Chalet Brickell in the French Alps! That Cathedral would make an awesome music studio! Thanks 🙂

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