Another great example of a successful reconstruction of old non-residential premises. The house was built in the distant 1902 and was intended as a warehouse for a local textile factory, but recently stood abandoned. As it often happens, it is after the conversions of such kind of properties that unique living spaces are born. Now it is a stylish modern loft with spacious and bright rooms, high ceilings and two cozy private gardens. Is not it great!
We are used to the fact that Spanish interiors are always light and warm spaces, restrained tones, the emphasis is on natural light and beautiful historical architecture. But this apartment in the center is something very special and out of the ordinary. The interiors are designed in a playful colorful manner in bright pastel shades, and the bizarre rounded forms were inspired by art deco trend which is so popular nowadays. By the way, the apartment was created for a young fashion designer, which explains a lot. Hope you’ll like it!
When renovating apartments in old houses in Europe, designers are increasingly tending to bright and bold colors. And we must say, it looks very lively and interesting. Exactly this happened with the charming apartment in the center of Milan as local designer used different bright shades of blue. In the living room, for example, it is saturated dark blue, in the kitchen – soft blue, well, in the bedroom, the restrained grey tones prevail. Old ceiling beams, which were preserved during the repair, look here very impressive.
Mixing traditional and modern design styles and elements in one space today is quite a popular choice by a designer, and it is no accident. Indeed, playing on the contrast of the old and new, you can achieve quite interesting results. In this beautiful Australian house, fancy modern furniture and one of a kind decor perfectly coexist in the rustic style architecture which is more common for a country cottage. And the home looks just gorgeous!
The unique building in Amsterdam, on the last floor of which this unique loft is located, was built in 1615 as the private residence. Today it is an important landmark and one of the defining houses of the city. That’s why the Nice Makers studio started the reconstruction project with a careful study of the space architecture and how the natural light is distributed in it. Massive ceiling beams have been preserved and strengthened, creating an expressive foundation for future design. Magnificent home!
Apartments in Amsterdam are always interesting to watch, as they stand out with their unique architecture and the atmosphere of the city, which can be seen from the windows. So this contemporary apartment in one of the beautiful old buildings is no exception, just take a look at these gorgeous sloping ceilings in the bedrooms on the upper level! The first floor is fully open, the whole space is occupied by a large living room and a minimalist kitchen. Special attention was given to decor: here we have African figurines, animal dummies, elegant vintage table and much more. Such a cool home!
This cozy little house right at the foot of the mountain in Spain until quite recently was not so heavenly and cozy. When the owners bought it, very little light came into the home, the rooms were small and dark. But thanks to a thorough renovation, now it’s a completely different story – in such a living room you want to spend your holidays enjoying the views and the heartful atmosphere by the fireplace. Dream!
Green color and its variations is an excellent alternative to grey, which became so widespread recently. In the design of this apartment on the top floor in Stockholm, green is the main theme in decoration. Designers have chosen beautiful and stylish shades for furniture and accessories, and live plants perfectly complement the picture. The home looks and feels very fresh and non-trivial!
This bright apartment in Barcelona is a wonderful mix of old architecture, colorful textiles, modern furniture and vintage details. The fact is that the home is located in a historic house, which prompted the designer to choose a bold and extravagant eclectic style. It looks so cheerful!
This spacious and light loft in Paris is an excellent example of an open-plan living space. Here, in fact, there are no solid walls (not counting those in the bathrooms), and all rooms are located within the one space with high ceilings, wooden beams and an plenty of windows. Only a glass wall separates the living area and private spaces. Great project!