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Scandinavian interiors indeed look awesome even in cold colors. Despite popular this season warm beige-brown tones, designers chose gray-white shades with splashes of aquamarine to decorate this apartment in an old house in Stockholm. We have to say that such a choice, combined with classic panels and stucco molding, made the space quite strict, but…

Dark, almost black walls are, to be honest, not the most obvious choice for the design of a small wooden hut in a forest far from civilization. But the owners of this small cottage in Washington State decided to take a chance and it turned out just great – the interiors look cozy and soulful…

Homes on the first floors of apartment buildings in Sweden are very popular and has a number of advantages. Typically, such units have high ceilings, enlarged windows, unique layout and finally, there is no need to go up to your home by lift or stairs. Today we have just such an apartment in one of…

The young and talented designer Meg Sharpe most of all loves to renovate historic housing in the prime areas of New York. Therefore, when she was asked to take on an apartment in a house built in 1920 in Manhattan, where actor David Duchovny used to live, she accepted the challenge with great enthusiasm. The…

Scandinavian interiors are primarily distinguished by functionality and simplicity, but this apartment in a 19th-century house in Stockholm also has a lot of elegance and nobility. Velvet armchairs, abstract wall art, designer furniture, laconic shapes and expensive textiles – modern interior design is in perfect harmony with classic stucco moldings and panels. The kidsroom for…

Elwood district in Melbourne is famous for its well-preserved residential buildings in Art Deco style, that was at the peak of popularity in the 20-30s of the last century. Architects from Cera Stribley tried to display this local feature in their new project of a modern private townhouse. Rounded shapes, a snow-white brick facade and…

If the Scandinavians are kings of white and gray shades, then the Spaniards, of course, are gurus of combining warm and terracotta tones in interior design. This house in the Spanish city of Ronda is a magnificent example of southern hospitality and a great example of how to add vintage objects and traditional pottery into…

In this vibrant, eclectic loft in Manhattan, all life is taking place in one large open space, which occupies almost the entire area of the home. Here, a young family of owners cooks and has their meals, meets guests and hosts parties, works and spends time reading favorite books. Interior decoration needs special attention in…

This home on San Juan Island in Washington, USA, is perfectly blended into the coastal landscape and is ideal for a weekend break. The one-story house is not very large, but feels spacious: there are three bedrooms, several bathrooms and a comfortable kitchen-living room with a fireplace and a view of the water. In bad…