Before the renovation it was a large open space, but interesting zoning and some architectural solutions made this Lyon apartment very unusual and cool. The mezzanine floor with two bedrooms and study was installed which now can be accessed from the living room. A guest bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom are located just under mezzanine floor, and the living room has double height ceiling. The decoration and finishing are just awesome: magnificent beamed wooden ceiling, fragments of a stone wall, as well as cool retro details. Such a wonderful apartment!
The whole family was involved in the reconstruction of this old apartment in Valencia – the owner’s brother has a design bureau that carried all the works. The home was bought in poor condition, the interior was dark, and the layout was not suitable. But after the renovation, the apartment literally blossomed, the rooms were filled with light and old objects acquired a new life. During the renovation, the owners carefully preserved the original tiles and gorgeous wooden doors. At the same time, both tiles and doors did not just complement the new interior but became its main highlight. Also, the designer perfectly played with wood, glass, and brick – these elements perfectly add to a minimalist style. Wonderful!
‘Cooking and eating below, relaxing and relaxing from above’ – this is the way the owners of this cozy two-level apartment in Gothenburg live. Needless to say, zoning in this interior is just perfect, considering the total area of only 64 sqm. We fell in love with the upper floor – wooden beams, beveled ceilings, glass partition. So cozy!
In this amazing loft in Stockholm almost everything is perfect: a space with high ceilings and white walls, impressive wooden beams that give character, the right amount of natural light and, of course, plenty of stylish features. Bravo to the designers!
It’s no wonder painter Bjørn Agertved in his Copenhagen loft used some interesting color accents. Of course, we are talking about walls which are painted in different colors in each room. Thanks to this, loft stands out of other homes of this type. Enjoy!
Like most American celebrities Tyra Banks also has her own shelter in sunny California. But it is not a fancy or glamour modern home as you might think, it is rather a beautiful Spanish colonial mansion with a refined vintage look. This type of interiors like a work of art never fades with time and is really timeless. Wonderful!
This Sag Harbor loft in New York embodies everything we love in this type of dwellings. Transformed old factory building, restored original brick walls, wooden beams on the ceiling, big windows – all is almost ideal here. As the loft is a second home and weekend getaway for its owners you would not find a lot of furniture and decor here which gives this condo sense of space and freedom. Great interior!
California is famous for its architectural diversity, but Spanish colonial style is perhaps the most popular. This gorgeous house in San Francisco is just a perfect example of such. Stone walls, wooden beams, mosaic, and antiques make you feel like you are lost somewhere in the middle of Spanish countryside. Amazing atmosphere!
This lovely home in Madrid is bathed in sunlight for most of the day. The apartment belongs to a young woman who wanted to create comfort and unique dwelling even with limited budget. The space is not overloaded with furniture and decor but breathes freedom sought by the owner. А bright shower with a beautiful plant wall is just awesome!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Есть что-то поистине притягивающее и даже романтичное в спальнях с деревянными потолочными балками, под чердаком, да еще и с видом на горные вершины! В таких интерьерах хочется закутаться в одеяло и подолгу никуда не выбираться. Кроме всего прочего, это прежде всего очень красиво. Сегодня смотрим подборку вдохновляющих спален в деревенском стиле!