The Basque Country is an autonomy in the north of Spain with its traditions, its own Basque language and amazing landscapes. It is there that this rustic style house is located. Wood, white furniture and bright details – the interiors are filled with comfort and sunlight. There is a veranda where you can sunbathe in summer, and there is a library under the roof. By the way, no TV in this house – the sofa zone surrounds the fireplace and panoramic windows overlooking the mountains. A great combination of simplicity, ease and homie atmosphere!
It’s one of the those very few cases when in the Swedish apartment there are window curtains in each room, and they only added more comfort and softness to the stylish Scandinavian home. The interiors have a lot of white furniture, which looks beautiful and elegant against the background of graige walls. And here there is a separate reading corner with a small library. Very nice accommodation!
A home for a modern family can be classic, but at the same time with a spark – today we have an excellent example of this. When the owners bought this old house, it needed an urgent renovation. But the family decided to take the original classic design as the basis, and only to let more light into the space and make it brighter with details. Of course, the home has some modern touches in design, but in essence the interiors are rather traditional. What a lovely and warm dwelling!
The living room in this modern apartment in Stockholm resembles an auditorium – the ceiling height of more than 4 meters, open space and large windows are provoking such thoughts. Since new housing built nowadays usually do not have such characteristics, it’s easy to guess that the loft is located in a former industrial building, or to be more exact – an old factory. The designer task was to create a feeling of a life in one of the New York skyscrapers. Great project!
When it comes to creating truly soulful interiors in warm tones, then Spanish designers are probably the best. Maybe it’s all in the sunny weather, which is held in the country almost all year round, but their homes always full of incredible amount of warmth and comfort. Just look at this wonderful home in the south of Spain – here the owner perfectly restored the family house in which she spent her childhood. Isn’t it beautiful?!
Green velvet sofa is the main feature and color accent in this elegant two-bedroom apartment in Stockholm. Thanks to it, monochrome gray-white home has acquired its individuality and character, as well as trendy modern feel. It is impossible not to admit a separate library room with a piano and a guitar – it’s a real gem for a creative person. Enjoy!
Living room with a big library on two walls and a fireplace is certainly the central place in this cozy traditional French country house. It’s easy to imagine the owners spending most of their time at home here. Quite unusual to see so much wood in a French interior, nevertheless, it really looks great here, ensuring complete relaxation. Once again we admire gorgeous French design!
Books and cats – that’s who the main owner of this bright home in Brooklyn. Townhouse owners, a couple of philologists are very creative people and they set a specific task for designers of BFDO studio: to create a home that is perfect for their beloved pets and for a large collection of books and art objects. As a result, the interiors are filled with all sorts of shelves and niches, each room has a library, and their cats are so happy with it. Such a positive home!
This modern townhouse in London, that was recently skilfully restored by the EMR Design studio, consists of three levels, and on the lower one there is a main room – a bright and stylish living room with a library, smoothly transitioning into a dining room and a kitchen. And still, from the living room, there is access to a small cozy backyard with a terrace and a well-groomed lawn. On the upper two floors there are private bedrooms and bathrooms. Comfy and beautiful!
The owner of interior store Casa Lopez in Paris Pierre Sauvage is a non-ordinary person, and this relates to his home as well. His previous apartment did not satisfy him just because it was built “only” slightly over 100 years ago. Therefore, as soon as he found a grandeur classical 18th century apartment in the heart of Paris, he immediately moved in without thinking. In the new home everything is exactly like he dreamed: magnificent space, high ceilings, stucco molding, and most importantly – the breath of history. Enjoy!