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This house is located near Los Angeles in an area called Walnut Acres. The new owners got the home with furniture from the 1980s and a lot of vague planning decisions. Together with the designer, the owners decided to create rustic interiors, a kind of rural romance in a modern way. Beamed ceilings, wooden floors,…

Although this chalet is located in one of the most famous resorts of the Alps, Courchevel, its design is slightly different from the typical mountain homes of this region. The fact is that the English designer Brian O’Sullivan worked on his project, and he showed his interpretation on a mountain home. The interiors combine elements…

This loft in Chicago is almost a century old and has since preserved the original brickwork, wood inserts and floors. The new owners of the apartment wanted to make it more versatile and welcoming, and add interesting elements and bright decor to the interiors. The designer decided to play with contrasts: the beautiful texture of…

As a little girl, Anna often dreamed that when she grew up, she would live in a farmhouse that had belonged to several generations of her family. And just recently, together with her father, a carpenter by profession, she was able to realize the childhood dream – she restored an old cottage and turned it…

Externally, this house in the mountains of Spain is no different from the neighboring wooden cottages, but its interiors surprise with a fresh modern look at the design of mountain chalets. Here, wooden beams are combined with “loft” concrete columns and metal structures, while a vintage chest of drawers is juxtaposed with trendy Scandinavian furniture…

Art objects and furniture made of marble and other natural stone, original patterns and bold colors decorate the interiors of the apartment of Salvatori brand’s CEO in Milan. The owner runs the company already in the 3rd generation, he loves his business very much and wanted his home to be filled exclusively with items made…

Sarah and her husband just recently finished building their dream home, but it seems almost indistinguishable from old traditional Scandinavian cottages. With beamed ceilings, country kitchens, pine floors and wood paneling on the walls, the owners deliberately designed the interiors in a cozy, rustic style to give the house an age and solidity. Well, in…

It seems like traditional stone villas in picturesque Italian villages will never go out of style. Their magnificent appearance, wooden beams, stone walls, and massive pieces of furniture with history cannot leave indifferent all admirers of classical European aesthetics. Today we have just such a home – a delightful villa in Tuscany designed by Matos…