7 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, an inner garden and a beautiful architecture – this big restored Victorian villa in prestigious North Kensington in London is impressive. Moreover, the design of each room is created in its elegant and unique style and scheme, each space seems to have its own story. By the way, the house is for rent at Domus Nova for 6,000 pounds per week. Luxurious and beautiful!
The name of the Artist Residence hotel in Cornwall seems to prepare visitors for the splash of colors and creative atmosphere that prevails in this wonderful English cottage. And indeed, as soon as you get here, you plunge into traditional English interiors flooded with bright colors and tones. Unique place!
It’s so cool to see such pastel color scheme in a classic English interior, but studio 2LG feels the style very well and creates really stunning spaces. In this London townhouse, designers revealed a wonderful mix of original textures, light color tones, antique furniture and bright accessories. Isn’t it great?!
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!
Design studio from London JJ McCarthy did not try to reinvent the wheel. Their interiors honor traditional English design that we all love so much. And even if there are almost no modern trendy stuff, and the style can be described as an English classic, these living spaces look very harmonious and pleasing to the eye. Indeed, such design is timeless!
86 sqm is not a big space for a London apartment, especially with two bedrooms. But the owners of this apartment in North Kensington perhaps are not too upset by this fact as they have their own backyard – for summer barbecues and kids games. And a beautiful natural light flooded conservatory dining room with a chess floor and family photos. What a lovely home!
When sitting comfortably on the sofa in the conservatory of this townhouse and look out the window at the lush greenery, it’s hard to believe that you are in the midst of a big city like London. Of course, there are many beautiful and cozy nooks in this home, but this greenhouse is certainly a favorite place for the owners. Wonderful design!
Anna Duval is an ideal international designer: she was born in Russia, now she lives and works in Paris, and her projects are scattered all over the world. Today we want to share one of her recent projects, a magnificent townhouse that was designed in English style, but located in Ontario, Canada. Enjoy!
Bright colors and shades – that’s what we like the most about interiors by English studio Kellings Design as these designers do not hesitate to bright colors and bold palettes. As for the usually neutral English interiors, this approach looks fresh and daring, but the risk is completely worth taking – their spaces are simply wonderful. Enjoy!
The area where this wonderful Tudor home is located is called Charmwood and the design is in line. The interiors reveal a wonderful mix of ancient medieval elements, unsurpassed English style and modern techniques and materials. Each room here as a separate story, unique, but harmoniously inscribed in the big picture. So inspiring!