All posts with tag:white kitchen

This home in Tennessee miraculously combines classic and modern. The snow-white kitchen is designed with a traditional American scale: a huge stove, an impressive island and a good deal of storage space – you can see that they love to cook and receive guests in this house. The kitchen flows into the bright space of…

This duplex apartment was created after the restoration of the attic space in an old building from 1913 in Stockholm. On the first level, there are common areas, a living room and a kitchen, while a convenient staircase leads to the bedrooms on the attic floor. The interiors are designed on a combination of warm…

In design of this apartment in Sweden, the Scandinavian style has made good friends with the classics. Exquisite solid wood furniture, stucco moldings, doors with brass handles and an antique chandelier with candlesticks were added to the well-known white walls and parquet flooring. The ceilings here are about four meters, and the owners decided to…

Swedish homes can be as relaxed and creative as they are incredibly elegant. This time we have just the second option – in an apartment with a total area of ​​73 sqm there are two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room and a balcony. High ceilings and stucco moldings on the walls inspired the owners…

This 130 sqm apartment is located on the first floor of a historic building in Winchester. Despite its monochrome, the snow-white interiors are quite interesting: all thanks to the warm and cold shades of white, different textures and unusual details. However, this house is interesting even without furniture and decor: there are high ceilings, beautiful…

The color scheme of this Swedish apartment seems to us as monotonous with all shades of gray. But if you look closely, you can see that the owners and the designer have chosen a multifaceted palette of shades of gray, beige, brown, burgundy, green: they all combine perfectly, and therefore create the effect of a…

This Swedish apartment is a great example of integrating classics into modern interiors. The central elements were painted centuries-old faience stoves, and they do not age the space, but make it incredibly interesting. Modern furniture and a curious color scheme also help in this – it’s not just white and gray, olive, blue, and wine…