Although this apartment in Stockholm is inherently classic (wall wood panels, stucco molding, herringbone parquet flooring, an old stove), the designers managed to make it refined, very stylish and as modern as possible. On the one hand, the secret is very simple – successful work with unusual color shades and skillful selection of laconic designer…

Thanks to the huge glass wall in the living room, tenants of this luxury chalet in the Alps can feel like they are in the world’s best 3D cinema. And here nature itself shows its best films about mountain peaks and incomparable sunsets. The interiors of the chalet are a unique mix of traditional rough…

Decorating each room in its own color is a very effective and beautiful technique if you want to add a twist to your home without high costs. In this Swedish apartment, the color scheme of the rooms is different, therefore watching the photographs is quite exciting (especially for the first time) – you never know…

When it comes to creating a warm, cozy and natural mood in an interior, the Spaniards have no equal here. Their houses and apartments are always filled with the sun and warming decor and textiles, from the very sight of which the soul you feel good. This home in the suburbs of Barcelona was created…

This apartment in a typical Stalinist house of the 50s in Moscow was inherited by the owners with all that it implies: small kitchen, long corridor, a tiny bathroom. Designer Anna Zueva was tasked with modernizing the interiors, while at the same time paying tribute to historical architecture. So, after the renovation, coffered ceilings and…

There is something poetic and artistic in almost every Parisian apartment. Perhaps it’s all about the views from the windows of the wonderful Haussmann buildings and their balconies, or maybe it’s beautiful stucco and moldings that create such an impression. But it’s a fact, and today we have another wonderful and bright apartment in the…

Just as Sweden is rich in interior designers, this northern country boasts also talented photographers – someone has to capture all the beauty that the designers create! We have been posting about interesting interior photographers from Sweden, and today a young talent from Gothenburg, Fanny Radvik, is next in line. So far, she shoots for…

Nothing softens and relaxes an interior as gentle pastel shades – the Scandinavians have long understood this and often use it in their homes. The design of this pleasant apartment in Goreborg is based on light undertones of beige, gray and cream, which give this effect. Minimum of decor and white details made the interiors…