Glory to the divine designers who so brilliantly transformed these holy chapels into comfortable homes…
We don’t care if you have floor-to-ceiling windows, skylights and/or bay windows. This rose window has you beat.
The modern furniture provides a nice juxtaposition to the centuries-old architecture, wouldn’t you agree?
Photos: Zecc Architecten
The cross might be too much for some, but those stain glass windows? Forget about it.
Photos: Willis Greenhalgh Architects
We give thanks to Willis Greenhalgh Architects for turning the 146-year-old Church of Palms in Brisbane, Australia into this angelic luxury loft.
Yeah, your nine-foot ceilings are pretty cool, we guess.
See how much extra room you’ll have if you take out the church bells?
Photos: Light Locations
Let there be plenty of natural light!
And arches! We love arches.
When Gothic architecture meets industrial interior design.
Whoever picked out the furniture for this home clearly wanted to stay true to the church’s mystical motif.
Photos: Baker Kavanagh Architectures
This heritage church in Sydney, Australia was converted into two luxury apartments centered around an internal courtyard, earning our eternal praise.
Look at those beams! Man, imagine the acoustics in that place.