Aged furniture, vintage leather sofa, shabby decor in the living room and on the contrary modern minimalist kitchen and bathroom. This apartment in the downtown of Madrid demonstrates that the past and the present can perfectly coexist under one roof. And if it’s magical Spanish architecture, as in this case, then the result is even more inspiring. Let’s look!
Masculine colors are not only black or gray. It can be blue, burgundy, and also mustard or orange in details. Just like in this apartment in New York. The main thing is a proper environment. Bright scheme here is skillfully diluted with warm brown and active white and the interiors look expressive and catchy. Enjoy!
You can watch pictures of this spacious Swedish apartment for hours. It’s because of a large total area of 158 sqm, and of course, a quite versatile and authentic design which combines objects from completely different styles and collections. But there is also a common thing about all the rooms – a beautiful black parquet flooring, which creates a unique image. Enjoy!
It does not matter whether it’s an old cottage in the countryside or a luxurious modern apartment in the heart of London – the interiors created by the English designer Roselind Wilson are always full of style and elegance. She works equally well with traditional English classics and with the latest design trends. Today we are happy to share best of her portfolio with you!
The interiors of this two-level apartment in Sweden is like a blank sheet of paper, completely white, on which designer has added several color strokes. The space can not boast of a great amount of natural light, so the snow-white base has done its job: home feels very light and airy. It is interesting that the living room and kitchen are on the upper level, together with the entry area, but the bedroom is on the below floor. Charming modern living!
When journalist Maria Ferraz and her husband first saw this 75-sqm apartment in one of the skyscrapers in São Paulo, Brazil, it was one large open space, only the bathroom was separated. Despite recent popularity of open planning, the family asked their designer to divide space into rooms to have a kitchen, living room and bedroom in the classic sense. The interior design is dominated by loft-style elements (concrete surfaces, black walls, metal details) and vivid paintings. Stylish and functional home!
Designer’s home is always a quintessence of creativity and coolness but at the same time, it should be also a place where the family will find comfort. American designer Kelly Westler recently bought this magnificent waterfront residence in Malibu and its interiors are so interesting and stylish! Of course, large windows here are the main architectural element which allows for stunning views. The home is packed with various sculptures and art objects, it feels like being in a small modern museum. Kelly says all these items reflect the lifestyle of designer and her family. Amazing home!
As we know, land in New York, one of the most popular cities in the world, is very expensive, every square foot here worth a fortune. This situation led to the fact that in Brooklyn you can meet such very narrow homes. However, the owners of this 11-foot wide townhouse do not seem to be much worried about it – look at how happy the family looks at these photos. Indeed, they live in the city of their dreams!
The owners of this apartment in Stockholm are lucky to enjoy magnificent views of the dome of the old church and the famous roofs. The fact is that the apartment is located on the top floor of a residential building that ensured the original sloped ceilings are practically on the floor and unusual layout. As for interior design, everything here looks elegant and expensive: a noble combination of black and white, glossy black kitchen and large paintings. Sophisticated city living!
The old country house may be cozy and comfy, the main thing is to properly place the accents and fill the space with suitable items of the same spirit. This Spanish home is just such: nice, cozy, and most importantly authentic. Owners painted the walls and wooden beams in white, strengthened the floor, added rustic tiles and filled the house with objects with character. And now the old cottage is no longer dilapidated! The owners use this house as a weekend home, but it easily can become their permanent home soon. Indeed, there is something magical and inviting in it, for example, this wonderful garden, which in the evenings is filled with romantic lights. Wonderful!