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Hottest Digs of April 2013

Madison Slinker | Zillow | May 1, 2013 | link

Rain clouds couldn’t dampen design fans’ spirits this April with these top-10 photos from Zillow Digs inspiring remodel dreams across the country. Check out what images you and your friends Dug the most this month:

No. 10

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 10
Outdated no longer! A stale bathing unit gets a major overhaul with glass and marble, creating a modern look.

 

No. 9

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 9
This kitchen mixes metal, wood and marble, adding interest to the space. This island’s dark wood stain is a bold, yet tasteful contrast with white cabinetry on the adjacent wall.

 

No. 8

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 8
A staging counter allows home chefs to gather the exact items needed per recipe without making multiple trips.

 

No. 7

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 7
Padded benches along the hearth offer extra seating options, while exposed brick and wood beams draw guests to the table.

 

No. 6

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 6
Not yet outdone, these modern basins defend their title as the No. 6 Hottest Digs for the second month in a row.

 

No. 5

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 5
Users may have been divided when it came to their favorite feature of this closet, but one thing they could all agree on — there’s no such thing as too many shoes!

 

No. 4

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 4
Marble countertops entice the at-home gourmand with a smooth surface ideal for mixing bowls and cutting boards.

 

No. 3

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 User No. 3
Need an excuse to get outdoors? Look no further than this perfectly coordinated patio in shades of green and blue.

 

No. 2

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013
The beauty of nature is fully realized with a rustic mountain lodge utilizing wooden and glass elements to usher in a steady flow of light.

 

No. 1

Zillow's Hottest Digs of April 2013 No. 1
This wooded lounge area exudes a remote “cabin-in-the-woods” feel while providing the modern comforts of suburban life.

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