This apartment in Lower Manhattan near Gramercy Park belongs to a young cosmopolitan family originally from France, so the interiors mix two approaches to design. On the one hand, this is the eclecticism and sophistication of Parisian interiors, supported by paintings and objects of modern art. In addition, a grand piano, vintage chandelier and photographs…

Among all the classic design trends, our favorite is the English style. Its forms and meanings are borrowed all over the world, and its timeless aesthetics bring true pleasure to connoisseurs of beauty. The interiors of this London house embody the best of English classics: characteristic furniture, home library, vintage, textiles, Victorian details… A home…

If an interior can be compared with the time of year, then the design of this Swedish apartment evokes thoughts of a frosty winter. Pastel gray, which the designers took as a basis for decorating the walls, radiates pleasant freshness and also gives a relaxing and calming effect. At the same time, the furniture and…

Other than the high ceilings and large windows, the architecture of this Michigan home is unremarkable. But designer Sarah Sherman Samuel was able to create a very trendy and vibrant environment inside thanks to her signature techniques. So, here we can again see an attractive mix of beautiful and original modern furniture, noble materials, and…

The Room Studio has breathed new life into a magnificent apartment in a royal house in the heart of Barcelona. The young couple, who had recently welcomed their first child, strove for clean, uncluttered lines and warm materials of modern design, while the historical elegance of the spaces was also not to be overlooked. The…

In this Scandinavian apartment, style and mood are created by the walls. More precisely, the finishing material which is plaster of dark shades with the effect of a smeared house. It’s more common to see such a technique in the interiors of village houses or cottages, but here we have a city apartment in the…

This house in the San Francisco Bay area was built in the first half of the last century by renowned Californian Henry Gutterson, who was famous for his ability to mix European aesthetics with local traditions in his unusual buildings. In this case, the interiors have a light, relaxed atmosphere of a summer cottage, at…

The total area of this Swedish apartment is only 46 sqm, but in the interiors there we could find some interesting solutions that attracted our attention. For example, the living room boasts an unusual configuration – in addition to a standard zone with a sofa, a bedroom has been added in an improvised niche with…