Mountain cottages in the Alps are not very often designed in a minimalist style, but Chalet Komani is just the example of modern design harmoniously combined with the architecture and with the surroundings. The cool gray wall paint is accompanied by the warm wooden ceilings, while black and color elements of the décor play as contrast accents. Despite all the severity, the interiors are decorated with great taste and a style. Great work!
This apartment in the capital of Finland was created for a local music producer, and the interiors ideally reflect the lifestyle of its owner. The main goal of the project was to create a light minimalist dwelling, reminiscent of a modern hotel room in the New York style. In this space, nothing should distract the creative person from the process of creation, giving the fact that the owner is rarely at home. Let’s look inside!
It’s amazing how the architecture of this contemporary residence in the suburbs of Stockholm has only 4 parallel concrete walls, which are connected by glass partitions to form interior spaces! Such a structure helped to maximally open the house to natural light and nature, and also virtually clear the boundaries between interiors and the environment. The house also has its own swimming pool and access to the lake. Impressive design!
The design concept of this modern home in Arizona was dictated by the hot desert terrain of this American state: minimalism and simple laconic lines prevail here. The house is U-shaped with a cozy courtyard with a street fireplace and furniture in the center of it all. The rooms are designed in such a way that each has access to this shaded courtyard. The interior spaces are as light and open as possible, only the necessary furniture and minimal decor in the decoration. Such a modern oasis in the desert!
This modern cottage in the suburbs of Stockholm is harmoniously blended into the untouched nature by the lake and is now an important part of a local landscape. Glass walls, open terraces, and natural materials in decoration here practically blur the line between the interiors and the surroundings, making the house an ideal place for those who are looking for complete unity with nature. The interior design is minimalistic yet stylish and cozy. Great project!
Perhaps you have not thought about it, but the home can easily be decorated for the holidays with the help of a Christmas tree only. Of course, not just a single tree, and even two. In this Swedish house, there are more than a dozen of them: small and large, with decor or with no decoration at all. And candles, a pair of garlands and decorative ornaments and flowers. And all this in white and gray colors. This minimalism brings a new meaning to the concept of Christmas decor, it looks fresh, interesting and not less festive than lush ornaments and bright colors. Perfectly!
This modern apartment in Moscow is minimal in every sense: from small room areas to laconic decoration. The design was based on a comprehensive white color with light black inserts, but in each room, there is a bright blue accent – this was the idea by project authors – designers of Odnushechka. All the furniture in the home, including a compact kitchen, is very practical and stylish, there is not much decor here, but every element is thought out and adds character to the interiors. Great work!
In this minimalistic apartment in Stockholm, Christmas decor is perhaps more numerous than all the other interior items. In the living room, for example, at the usual time, there is only a sofa, coffee and dining tables. But during the holidays the owners added a large Christmas tree with gift boxes, a lot of spruce compositions and even a large deer of twigs. The home was immediately and wonderfully transformed!
When an architect designs an apartment for himself, one should expect something very functional and very modern. So it happened with this modern apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, with a total area of 44 sqm, which belongs to the studio A-partment founders. The design is built on practical and stylish furniture and transformer modules, which made it possible to comfortably accommodate the family with a child in a rather limited space. The interiors look and feel very spacious, and all the household items are cleverly hidden behind the minimalist facades. Great project!
Scandinavian apartments are, among other things, vivid examples of how to decorate the same interior in different style directions. We have already seen many apartments with a similar layout and a completely different design: from traditional and vintage to minimalist modern. Today we want to share one more variation – the refined modern home with elegant furniture and in a stylish color scheme of calm neutral shades. Isn’t it beautiful!