Inviting Interiors From HGTV's House Hunters International
The capital of Switzerland is made up of old, historic homes. This Craftsman-style bedroom features slanted ceilings with exposed wood beams for a cozy country feel.
This renovated Spanish farmhouse kept its charm as modern, industrial lighting and furnishings were paired with the original 400-year-old architecture.
Marbella, Costa Rica
Red tile floors and decorative columns, which were sculpted and painted by a local sculptor, make this home unique and tropical.
This apartment bedroom might be small, but the magnificent view of the city and the Gold Coast Hinterlands make up for a lack of space.
Dark wood cabinets pop against bright yellow walls in this Nicaraguan Colonial home. With limited decor provided, it's up to the new homeowner to make this space their own.
Mixing patterns can be tricky, but this Parisian apartment makes it work with funky bedding and cabana stripes on the walls.
In a booming city like Paris, space is hard to come by. This kitchen and dining area are a decent size for a city-central apartment in France.
Eclectic furniture and detailed molding on the ceiling make this apartment distinctly Parisian.
You don't have to be on land to be at home. This luxury boat has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a lounge area.
Large spaces like this dining and living area are hard to come by for cheap in Glasgow.
Views of the city and beautiful hardwood floors make this Quito apartment hard to pass up. The provided furnishings are modern but functional.
A fitting tribal theme resonates throughout this home in Panguipulli, a city of beautiful lakes, mountains and forests.
Dominical, Costa Rica
From the palm trees to the bed sheets, everything in this Costa Rican condo screams "tropical oasis." Equipped with two balconies, this bedroom is the perfect place to relax and enjoy an ocean view.
Alexandra Headland, Australia
This Australian living room is modern and chic with a beige chevron area rug and neutral furniture.