Love vintage style and always wanted to have such bedroom? Today we have a few great old-looking bedrooms for you to learn some useful ideas and smart solutions. Aged furniture of noble wood, antique decor items, and a warm color palette are the main components of a beautiful vintage interior. Enjoy!
It is hard to think of a better place for a tranquil family weekend than this picturesque glade in Vermont: there’s nobody around, only wild untouched nature and the rustle of trees. It was here that the couple decided to build a simple, but comfy weekend getaway. The structure of this modern barn is plain and clean with a completely open interior plan – the living room, kitchen, and bedrooms make up one common space. Wonderful home and place!
Thanks to almost five meter high ceilings and huge windows on two walls, pleasant daylight penetrates into every corner of this wonderful Swedish apartment. Its unusual architecture was inherited by the school that was situated in this building many years ago, and the house itself was built in the distant 1850. The apartment plan is an open space with a bedroom on the mezzanine level, the interior feels airy and fresh. Enjoy!
In the past century, there was a hospital in this building located in the heart of Bruges, but now it’s a small and cozy Sintnik Hotel. The owners of the property state that the interiors combine the charm of the past and the comfort of the present, it is elegant, but at the same time with a character. There like both soft romantic rooms in white and blue tones, and more catchy, with red textiles and bright carpets. Breakfast is served in the small living room with an atmosphere of rather family gathering rather than a meal at the hotel. But this is the main purpose of Sintnik – to create a feeling of a home for the guests.
Just one hour drive from Amsterdam and you get into a real idyll: well-groomed lawns, winding canals and wonderful little houses harmoniously inscribed in the landscape. Here is one of them. This small modern cottage of 189 sqm, that is reminiscent of traditional Dutch houses in form, is surrounded by lush greenery and has private access to water. The interior design is simple and soft but with Scandinavian elegance and style. A dream home!
It seems that the architecture of Paris is so beautiful that even with minimal interference of a designer, housing in this city will be very elegant and beautiful. So in this wonderful apartment designers did not come up with anything supernatural, they only emphasized the structure of the magnificent old house with the help of moldings and stucco, and also added elegant modern furniture to the interiors. The result is amazing!
Wooden ceiling with beams and an abundance of live plants in pots – you definitely do not expect to see these guys in a city apartment. But designers always love to experiment and combine the unmatching elements, especially in their own homes. Artemy Saranin in the living room of his Perm apartment created a real jungle – from kids year he loved southern plants and in his home did as he had long dreamed of. And in general, the interiors are full of details, sometimes it seems that there is little space to move. But Artemy responds that he is fully comfortable in this exact atmosphere. Such a wonderful dwelling!
7 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, an inner garden and a beautiful architecture – this big restored Victorian villa in prestigious North Kensington in London is impressive. Moreover, the design of each room is created in its elegant and unique style and scheme, each space seems to have its own story. By the way, the house is for rent at Domus Nova for 6,000 pounds per week. Luxurious and beautiful!
The design of this Scandinavian apartment is created around warm shades of beige: the wall paint in the living room, leather sofa, wallpaper in the bedroom, wooden furniture throughout the home. The refinement and style were added by black and white photographs in frames on the wall and contrasting dark decor elements. Because of this, interiors (especially living room with kitchen) look like from an interior magazine, although this is an ordinary Swedish apartment from the site of a local real estate agency. Great!
There is something intriguing and attractive in Australian design that seems so unusual and fresh for us. Browsing the works of Australian designers is always entertaining – you can learn a lot, expand your knowledge or just enjoy unique spaces. We already posted about the BMID studio, but the company does not stand still and continues to create – today we have the best of their latest projects. Enjoy!