This modern mountain apartment in Andorra has many features of a real chalet: high ceilings, a huge living room with a fireplace, lots of wood finishes and an excellent location right at the ski slope. Interiors are designed in a cool minimalist style, here wooden surfaces are contrasted with dark furniture and accents in the decor. But, of course, the main luxury of this apartment are huge windows with breathtaking views. Excellent home for winter holidays!
This minimalist loft in Stockholm actually consists of two separate apartments on different levels connected by a staircase. Each level has its own kitchen, living room area, balcony, bedroom and bathroom – in a word, all the attributes of a full-fledged housing. Of course, the main space is located downstairs where the owners receive guests and have rest. At the same time, the upper spaces are used rather as guest rooms. Enjoy!
Such minimalistic spaces are usually chosen by men, but this studio apartment with total area of 34 sqm in Moscow was created to accommodate a young girl. The owner really wanted to get a bright, open, modern home without an abundance of bold colors, using natural materials and laconic forms. As a result, the apartment has one common living space where all the functional zones are in harmony. Stylish and functional!
Two of the four exterior walls of this minimalist home in New Zealand are made of glass, so the interiors simply bathe in pleasant daylight. But in addition, this glazing allows the owners to fully enjoy the stunning sea views, as the house is built on the shore. The inner space and functional areas are distributed as simply as possible: on the lower level there is a large lounge room with kitchen and fireplace, and on the upper level a spacious home office with a view, a bedroom and an open bathroom.
This stylish black and white apartment in the center of Prague was formed by merging of two small apartments on the neighboring floors in the old building. This allowed creating a unique two-level home with elements of industrial style and preserving some original architectural features. We loved the black minimalist staircase, that is literally “hanging” over the space of the open living room. Also, the window seat is well used – now the owner is able to host large companies. Great project!
Australian homes are always very bright and colorful and that’s because of warm climate with a lot of sunny hours in a year. It was the summer atmosphere and long lazy days on the beach that make up the concept of this modern home in Sydney, say designers from H Interior Design, who worked on the project. Minimalistic design and bright touches in the decor created a truly cheerful and easy environment. Enjoy!
We are used to the magnificent Victorian and Georgian townhouses in London, where the spirit and character of the past are carefully preserved. But there is also another side of the design in the English capital – ultramodern homes designed for all the latest trends. Today we have such a dwelling: a stylish minimalist townhouse with stunning roof terrace, located in a prestigious area of London. Enjoy!
This summer villa in Costa Brava, Spain, looks pretty futuristic from the outside: one-story, with long corridors, minimalist interior and completely transparent. In addition to this – a geometric and spacious backyard with a swimming pool. Despite the fact that there are not many furniture and decor, and they are very laconic, sculptures and pictures decorating the house are on the contrary quite expressive. This creates an interesting contrast and gives the interior a twist.
There are quite a few decor and furniture items in this modern flat in Stockholm. Designers intentionally did not want to overload this not the most spacious home of 46 sqm. The dwelling presents a single open rectangular space, zoned with a help of a glass partition. As for the color scheme, a light gray-beige shade for the walls was chosen – an excellent option for such a minimalistic interior!
Usually, Swedish apartments that we post here are in old historical buildings in the center of Stockholm or Gothenburg. But today’s two-bedroom apartment (which is for sale here) of 70 sqm is located in a modern new building, hence the unusual layout, the abundance of big windows and a long balcony. The first thing that catches your eye is that the interiors simply bathe in natural light. In general, the space is not overloaded with furniture and decor, the furnishings are minimalistic but cozy and bright. Great home!