All posts with tag:english style

This unique townhouse in Bath is an example of magnificent centuries-old English architecture that cannot be confused with anything else. The graceful stone structure, with characteristic windows and a small green garden – it all looks so romantic, it is not surprising that a local artist once lived in this house. The interiors have recently…

English interiors are rarely designed in black and white, but today we have just such a special case. Although it cannot be said that the interiors of this wonderful London townhouse are created in a purely English style, there is also a strong influence of Italian design, because the architect Stefano Dorata, who is based…

The classic English style usually implies rich, bright, often dark shades. But the renovated interiors of this Victorian townhouse in London have so much light and warmth thanks to the chosen palette and the abundance of greenery both in the interiors and outside the window. The decor is calm and almost monochrome, the furniture is…

What happiness it is to live in such a home! The living space of this magnificent apartment in an old Victorian house in London, not only delights with its luxurious arched windows and natural light, but also allows to access the coziest inner garden, immersed in greenery. The interior decoration simply could not be different…

The interiors of this luxurious townhouse in Notting Hill are in keeping with the spirit of this popular London area – refined, historic, trendy and aesthetic. The color scheme is restrained and neutral, but designers did not save on materials and furnishing: marble, stucco, furniture pieces by leading world designers, and objects of contemporary art….

This year’s winter has stayed too long that even the normally restrained English designers of Neptune decided to add more colors to their new spring-summer collection. We often publish novelties by this wonderful brand, and usually, there is very little color in them, preference is given to neutral natural colors. But in the latest Spring-Summer…

True art does not fade even through the centuries, and English interiors can be called so with confidence. Take, for example, this wonderful 19th-century townhouse in London – its interiors have been restored many times, but most key details have remained almost unchanged. Despite this, the interior space still looks as inspiring and cozy as…