Today we have an incredibly beautiful home in Italy with amazing views from the windows. This classic apartment on the shores of Lake Maggiore was decorated by the Russian designer Anna Dmitrieva of Couture Interiors studio for her family. The highlight of this house is a magnificent color scheme, which, according to Anna, was supposed to convey the natural palette of the local landscapes. A real dream!
In this project everything was right from the very beginning: the couple asked TS Design studio to create a home that would perfectly blend into the local nature without cutting down a single tree. The designers managed to create a modern wooden house with a light countryside mood and cozy interiors without lots of textures. There was also a place for some original solutions, such as chanterelles prints in the living room and cool chevron floor on the terrace. Great project!
It’s so easy to fall in love with Italy and it’s hard to forget such a wonderful country. This is exactly what happened to a couple from Russia who, once in a charming Italian village, decided to acquire real estate here. Thank God, the price allowed: an authentic though dilapidated farm house was worth a studio apartment on the outskirts of Moscow. To restore the beautiful stone house the owners attracted local masters, the interior design was done by Zhenya Zhdanova. What came of it – today in our photo story!
This modern apartment’s building is set in one of the best and picturesque places in Kyiv, Ukraine: right on the banks of the Dnipro river, with views of the city’s Right bank of and with amazing sunsets. Designers from VOVKarcthitects created here a stylish and cozy oasis for a young family with a child, where there is enough room for everyone and everything. The owners are people with a good taste, they pay great attention to the details, so the furniture and fittings in the house are by the American brand. It is interesting that a large painting in the living room was painted by designer Talia Vovk specially for this project!
This one of a kind home in the heart of Moscow impresses with its architecture and location. The owners of the apartment in a 100-year-old building have bought it many years ago, but it was a rental home for a long time until recently they decided to settle here. An interesting history of the house and location predetermined the design concept – the owners approached Akant studio to restore the atmosphere of the past. The second floor (once the building’s attic) was given to kids and was made in a more modern style, but the first floor reveals gorgeous sophisticated modern classic interiors. Stunning project!
Though this apartment in Moscow was designed for a man, there are no brutal elements and wow-effect solutions. The main theme of this project by TS-Studio is “silence”: the interiors should be calm and ergonomic in the first place. To achieve the latter, the authors paid special attention to planning, walking circles around the apartment, choosing the most optimal routes. As a result, on the area of 58 sqm there is a living room, a kitchen, a dining room, a bedroom and a dressing room. Excellent living for 100% relax!
As we know, the best lofts in Kiev usually go to Slava Balbek, and he knows exactly what to do with them. Today we have a new project by this talented designer – a large apartment on the top floor in one of the city skyscrapers. In decoration you can easily recognize the signature industrial style of the designer, where which concrete surfaces, open space and simple but stylish minimal furniture predominate. Amazing modern home!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov has designed this beautiful wooden cottage and filled it with style and charm. The house is located near Moscow, Russia, and serves as a home for the family of five. Great project!
Interiors by Nadya Zotova are like a tasty dessert from a top-ranked chef, each time a new and refined, you want to put everything off and enjoy every inch of it without being distracted. This apartment in Moscow may not be as bold in terms of color as her previous project, but there are also enough of colorful splashes here. The owners are fond of the French and Moroccan culture, hence the abundance of interesting antiques found in numerous flea markets. Very bright and cozy home!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov wanted to live only in the center of Moscow to be closer to his parents. Architecture, location, view from the window played a key role in the search, so Pavel has chosen a famous Bolshoi Theater workers house, which was built in 1954 and has a gorgeous facade with magnificent stucco. Inside, however, nothing said about historical greatness and there was no point in leaving anything. Pavel tried to create his own historical architecture and fill the home with things that theoretically could have been left by the former owners. Beautiful design!