Highest-end kitchen interiors in Los Angeles
Kitchen interiors in highest-end homes in Los Angeles
Welcome to StyleExplorer, a new home search experience powered by design. For the first time you can find homes by their architectural style. You can search by specific rooms or features. You can go inside and compare décor, furnishings and layouts of the homes that you like side-by-side. It’s analogous to visiting multiple open houses at the same time. Curious about what’s inside the home next door? You can “peek” into your neighbors’ kitchens, or yards, or bedrooms, to see how their homes compare, not by value-per-square foot calculations, but by room-by-room immersions.
Purlin uses its AI to read and learn from the data in images to make this style experience possible. As you explore, it learns what you like. When you are ready to find the right home, it delivers matches that are personalized to your specific criteria, including your unique style.
Mediterranean homes typically feature stucco walls and low-pitched tile roofs clad with red clay tiles. Wall color usually ranges within the lighter brown hues, sand to tope, and sometimes pastel. Walking through the open floor plan of a Mediterranean feel like the home was designed to let a breeze freely flow through the house. Modern searches include both Modern and Contemporary, similar but distinct architectural styles. They often have non-traditional rooflines and profiles and expanses of glass. Modern homes rely on innovative building materials and technology than other styles. The experience of the clean, function-defined form and oft artistic décor can be museum-like. Contemporary is best described as a hybrid of Modern and Traditional style. Traditional are most frequently rectangular shapes, commonly including side-gabled roofs. They are simple and pleasantly practical, lacking overt architectural style cues but usually including welcoming front porches. Most will have one or more fireplace to give a warm, comforting interior feel. “Other” includes the remaining recognizable styles, like Tudor, Cape Cod, Craftsmen, Victorian, Tuscan, and Ranch. Condominium includes all of the various multi-unit apartments, condos, and some townhouses that resemble condos. Condos come in various styles but are most often Modern/Contemporary or Traditional.