In just a few years, the American Studio McGee has grown from a small family business into a successful design studio and a home goods store of the same name. We have been following the work of this creative couple for a long time, on the pages of our blog you can find their very…

The owner of this Richmond home in San Francisco asked the designer to transform his 1914 cottage. The owner is an artist by profession and at the same time loves English country houses very much – these two facts became the starting points for creating interior design. It all started with a color palette: soft…

This modern chalet is lost in a beautiful forest next to the famous ski resort in Chile, which is especially beautiful in its snowy robe. The architects took an old abandoned hut as a basis and transformed it beyond recognition. The house is designed entirely of wood, but its interior and exterior shade, open floor…

This attic apartment in Sweden has everything a modern city dweller can dream of: unusual and open space with sloping ceilings, authentic architectural element in the form of wooden beams, sleek glass partition that separates the bedroom from the common area. As is often the case with Scandinavians, the walls in the interiors are white,…

New York’s Chelsea borough, where this townhouse is located, is famous for its restaurants, galleries, historic sites and parks. Therefore, an apartment in such a place must necessarily have a twist. For modern interiors in neutral beige tones, two types of accents have been chosen: marble inserts and decor. The cuts of natural marble turned…

For a long time, this cabin in the woods in Connecticut was abandoned, but this only spurred the owner and designer to change everything here beyond recognition. They wanted to create a home with a minimalistic design in a Scandinavian style, so that there was a spirit of unity with nature in it, but the…

The living room of this small one-bedroom apartment has a light and even cloudy look thanks to white upholstered furniture, a high pile carpet and light pastel walls. This soft tranquility is broken by several colorful posters on the walls, but it rather adds twist to the interior than spoils it. The bedroom has unexpectedly…

Americans are fond of A-shaped houses and usually build them in the middle of the forest, where they can be pleasantly secluded away from everyone. This cottage was created for just such a purpose – designer Melissa Coleman converted an old 1970 cabin into a cozy hut with wooden interiors and high ceilings, which can…

This duplex apartment in Lyon has a bold, modern look that blends in with vintage. The owner and designer really liked the theme of geometry, which they successfully used both in finishes and decor. Old wooden beams set the tone; by the way, there are two types of them: more massive on the ground floor…