Green is by far not the most popular choice in interior design, but this bright apartment in one of Seattle’s skyscrapers beautifully combines various green shades. Delicate pastel walls, juicy sofa, turquoise chairs and bright details – the living room here looks fresh and unique. We also love one of the bedrooms with a stylish dark blue wardrobe where the bed hides. Enjoy!
Loft spaces are rarely bright. Usually, they are decorated in muted colors and black accents. But in this Brooklyn two-story loft, there is a bright mix of industrial style and tropic touches. The apartment has a lot of greenery and light, eventually combined with wooden elements, it seems that the house is located in the subtropics, and not in the middle of the urban jungle. This impression is further enhanced by the huge windows and a spacious balcony. Very fresh look for a loft!
When we think of New York, we often imagine cozy brownstone townhouses, where Hollywood film characters usually live. Cobble Hill area in Brooklyn is famous for such kind of houses and it is here where designer Jenny Wolf recently acquired a home, which she had long dreamed of. The house was built in the late 19th century and needed a serious restoration, but the new owner approached the process with all responsibility. And although all floors, doors and electrical had to be replaced, in the new design there was a place for original antique decor elements, such as a fireplace, ceiling painting, a retro bath. Tender and beautiful home!
It is hard to think of a better place for a tranquil family weekend than this picturesque glade in Vermont: there’s nobody around, only wild untouched nature and the rustle of trees. It was here that the couple decided to build a simple, but comfy weekend getaway. The structure of this modern barn is plain and clean with a completely open interior plan – the living room, kitchen, and bedrooms make up one common space. Wonderful home and place!
Many believe that blue is the color of tranquility and relaxation. Perhaps designer Mark D Sikes know this well as the interiors of this Californian home breathe calm and comfort. White, blue and light brown played very well together, there are also notes of country style and American classics. The veranda with a view of the beautiful grove is decorated in the same palette and textiles. This solution perfectly connected the interior with outdoor space. Not to mention how beautifully all the prints and details fit together.
Collector Sally Grimes hired PROjECT Interiors studio to add some extravagance and glamour to her traditional house in the suburbs of Chicago. In addition, they needed to harmoniously inscribe her impressive collection of art objects in the interiors. Fringe, fur, and Lucite in one room – for someone it might be too much, but not for Sally and her designers. This is a very refined and expressive design that surprises and amazes in almost every corner. Enjoy!
When the future owners first saw this home, the decision to purchase was made quickly, as it has 3 characteristics important or the family. The first is a convenient and picturesque location. A modern mountain chalet is located in a beautiful winter resort in Colorado, just between the center of a cozy town and the ski slope. The second factor is the expansive views from almost every window and the abundant use of natural materials in the decoration – exactly as they dreamed. And, finally, a design with a twist: a circular staircase struck a couple at a glance and was the final reason to buy this house. We have to say, it was an excellent choice!
Though this beautiful family home is nominally a beach house (located on the coast near New York), there is a clear European feel in the interiors. The owners many times visited old Europe and adore its architecture, so they asked the Hernandez Greene to incarnate this love into the design of their family nest. Light, natural, but also elegant – these interiors are made for blissful relaxation and family harmony. Perfectly!
The owner of this home in Atlanta has a great passion for old architecture. She watched this house for 15 years before it was put up for sale – and there was not a doubt whether to buy or not. But in order to return the beautiful English-style cottage to its former glory, she hired designer Shon Parker, who had to deal with several additions left from previous owners and update the interiors. The result is so beautiful!
Those who see pictures of this home in Indiana, the USA, before repairs, can not believe their eyes, so much change has occurred in it. When the owners moved here a few years ago, it was far from their dreams. Most importantly, the house was not at all suitable for a large family with three children. But all the members of the family were involved in the renovation process, as the couple work in a local construction company. And joint efforts have given a wonderful result – now it’s a very hearty and very homey dwelling, where absolutely everyone feels great!