If each home has its own character, then in this modern house Los Angeles house it is definitely cheerful and bright. White decoration and contemporary furniture are complemented by bright and extraordinary paintings and objects. In one place – a colorful flash, in the other – an interesting combination of prints, in the third – extraordinary furniture. At the same time, the interiors do not feel overloaded, everything is balanced by clear lines and a light base. Especially harmonious is the backyard – a ready-made platform for meditations. Such an interesting project!
The owners of this beautiful country home previously lived in a cottage tucked deep in the woods, so for their new house they had only one wish – as many windows as possible on all sides. The architects from Wade Weissman accepted the challenge and created a truly spacious and bright house, which is abundantly filled with natural light throughout the day. It’s actually a complex of several buildings forming a modern micro-farm. The owners really keep horses here, but their main pride is a unique collection of retro cars!
Hollywood actor Mike Myers will perhaps always be associated with the eccentric and funny super-hero Austin Powers from the comedy of the same name, as few people will remember his other roles in the movies. But in his New York apartment, everything is very serious: cool modern penthouse is designed in calm neutral tones with masculine character, yet suitable for a couple living as well. And given the apartment is on the top floor in the heart of Manhattan, you can only imagine what kind of view open from the windows and terrace. By the way, the apartment is currently on sale for the price of $ 14,000,000!
In the 18-19th centuries, Connecticut was the most developed industrial state in America, and a large number of factories and mills concentrated on its territory. But with the change in the global economy, since the middle of the 20th century, many entrepreneurs began to close their capacities and transfer production to countries with cheaper labor. One of such industrial complexes was recently converted into a residential village, consisting of 4 residences, a tavern, and a restaurant. Let’s have a look what one of these houses looks like!
Creating a home for a large family is always a challenge for a designer, as it should be equally comfortable for everyone. In this house in South Carolina, elegance and objects of modern classics have been superbly combined with bright colors and funny prints that kids like so much. Elegant fireplace here next to a bright purple carpet, and the dining area is decorated with a chandelier with children’s drawings. Parents have a classic beige bedroom, and kids have a pool. In a home, as in life, balance and harmony are crucial, and here they were definitely achieved!
It seems that for New York designer Patrick Mele there are no limits and stereotypes in design. The most daring colors and the most unexpected pieces of furniture fill the interiors created by this extravagant designer. A small apartment with black walls and bright paintings, a country house in all colors of rainbow, a purple living room with a red sofa – the portfolio of Patrick Mele is very diverse and will not leave anyone indifferent. Enjoy!
It is common lately that everyone wants to convert almost any space into a loft apartment, and and it’s even hard to imagine that someone wants to redo loft into something else. But the owners of this Manhattan apartment recently decided that their industrial loft is too gloomy and raw, so they asked Jess Parris-Lamb studio to create something bright and stylish for them. The result is a very unusual and vibrant home!
This big and beautiful home is located on the famous Long Island, where celebrities and top managers from New York usually settle. But in the interiors of this family residence, there are no signs of glamour or fancy frills, and everything here is made for easy and simple living. Light colors, maximum natural light, natural materials and magnificent paintings on the walls – this home leaves such a pleasant impression!
Unlike more modern and extravagant Scandinavian Christmas, recent catalog Winter Wonders by our favorite Pottery Barn reveals more traditional yet so cozy holiday ideas and inspirations. Bright interiors, red-green color scheme, wooden furniture and decor, all sorts of festive decorations – we hope you’ll enjoy these pictures as much as we do!
The unpretentious facade of this cottage in the suburbs of New York does not promise anything unusual inside: modest classical forms and traditional finishing look rusticly cozy. But instead of granny’s interiors, inside you will find with some surprise rather refined modern atmosphere, usually common for city dwelling. Of course, among all the variety of elegant furniture and decor, there was a place for interesting antique details – the house was built in the 18th century and has historical significance. Enjoy!