The portfolio of New York designer Drew McGuckin

The whole life of designer Drew McGukin is connected with New York: he grew up here, was educated at New York School of Interior Design, and after the completion in 2010, opened a self-titled studio here. His style can be described as bold but refined, elegant and at the same time comfortable, unexpected but personal, […]

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Fashion designer’s home in the heart of Copenhagen

Though designer Naja Munthe lives in the very heart of Copenhagen, every day she can enjoy the freedom that life outside the city can offer – her apartment has a wonderful private garden dipping in green where she relaxes with her family. As expected, the interiors are chic and stylish, in the best trends of […]

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Bold French apartment in dark tones

Designer Claudio Bitdinger-Gassen chose for this French apartment of 70 sqm unexpectedly bold color scheme: mostly dark shades, both in the main living room and in the only bedroom. Vintage leather sofa and black fireplace added even more drama to the interior. Not without the colorful splashes in decor: a bright carpet in the living room, […]

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Inspiring new interiors by IKEA

New interiors from IKEA‘s upcoming Fall collection are just fascinating! Despite the fact that this is Scandinavian design, there are no white or just light spaces, rather very dramatic rich-colored (often dark) scheme. Our special love goes to beautiful interiors with green walls, the atmosphere in which in some ways is even fabulous. Enjoy!

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Loft in a former paper factory in New York

When Soren Rose Studio started to renovate this loft in the building of a former paper factory in TriBeCa, it hadn’t been touched for at least 50 years. One of the main advantages of the space was the large windows on three sides that allow rooms to literally bathe in the daylight. The interiors feature […]

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Apartment with wooden ceiling and mezzanine floor in Lyon, France

Before the renovation it was a large open space, but interesting zoning and some architectural solutions made this Lyon apartment very unusual and cool. The mezzanine floor with two bedrooms and study was installed which now can be accessed from the living room. A guest bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom are located just under mezzanine floor, […]

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Prints and textures by Natalia Miyar

The framework for Natalia Miyar projects is almost always very simple: white monochrome walls and ceiling, no frills or complicated architectural elements. But what saturates these spaces is the expressive and unique prints and textures that she skillfully combines with each other. Paintings and wall decor also play a key role in these interiors: a […]

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Modern family house in London

This modern family home in London matches the status of  Chelsea area where it is located: large, luxurious, and the interiors are decorated with finest materials and expensive furniture. Despite its modernity, the home is designed in best traditions of the famous English style. Hope you’ll like it!

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Scandinavian lake house – new collection by Tine K Home

Wonderful Danish brand Tine K Home found inspiration for their new collection in a beautiful and cozy Scandinavian lake house away from civilization. Large windows and plenty of light allowed using beautiful deep dark shades in the decoration to create a special muted atmosphere. The company creates small objects of decor and textiles, which we […]

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Man’s territory: minimalist black apartment in Moldova

Wood and dark surfaces – this bachelor home in Chisinau, Moldova is very laconic and austere. Even the kitchen here is securely hidden, it’s not easy to understand where it is located. The living room resembles a modern private cinema with a comfortable leather sofa and a large screen on the entire wall. Brutal minimalism!

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