Though designer Naja Munthe lives in the very heart of Copenhagen, every day she can enjoy the freedom that life outside the city can offer – her apartment has a wonderful private garden dipping in green where she relaxes with her family. As expected, the interiors are chic and stylish, in the best trends of Scandinavian design and with modern art objects in decoration. A beautiful house of a woman with good taste!
If you like to stay in rental apartments rather than in hotels while traveling and if you are a fan of Scandinavian style, then you’ll love this small but lovely rental flat t in the Polish city of Lodz. The rooms here are completely white, only the sofa and the old stove in the living room dilutes the sterile whiteness. As it is a rental apartment, the layout is smart and functional: there are a separate bedroom and a small kitchen despite the total area of only 35 sqm. Such an airy home!
This modern home for a New York family on the Californian coast does not look exactly like a typical family nest. Here interiors are dominated by clean lines, minimalist design and light colors, and a true luxury lies in natural materials. The fact is that the owners, having lived for a long time in the metropolis, wanted to add a bit of urban elegance and style to their resort accommodation. Wonderful airy dwelling!
One of the main reasons why London has the best interiors is the magnificent architecture of the English capital. Just look at these bright, modern apartment in the West London located in a beautiful Victorian terraced house: wonderful French windows, high ceilings, airy space – a real dream! Such interiors need only minimal touches by a designer. Inspiring home!
Irina Sazonova believes that inside every woman there is a little girl who at the end of a difficult day, returning home, wants to take a break from adult life, relax on a swing, paint with chalk. The designer tried to realize this idea in the charming airy apartment of 43 sqm located in Kyiv, Ukraine. The abundance of white, pastel pink accents, beautiful floral wallpaper in the bedroom and a romantic hanging chair – here you can just stay young and carefree. Great home!
The owners of this stunning snow-white holiday home on the Lake Como in Italy, a creative couple did not even plan to buy a home here. But when they saw the wonderful old building of the 1930s, they immediately fell in love with its charm and location on the top of the hill with stunning views. Despite all the difficulties in the reconstruction (due to limited access, many building materials and furniture had to be lifted by helicopter), the designer Barbara Falanga created a real oasis of comfort and a cozy nest to enjoy the surrounding beauty. Wonderful!
Houses with magnificent architecture and history have always admired us. And the Scandinavians, like no other, can masterfully integrate modern design into historical buildings. This apartment in a 100-year-old house in the center of Gothenburg is just the case. The ceiling is just awesome!
It’s hard to believe that doors can be decisive and the most important element of the decoration. But in this Swedish apartment, it is true – the whole design concept is built on the gorgeous massive wooden doors of a natural shade that are a highlight of the home and the thing everyone pays attention to when first see the interior. Simply awesome!
This charming apartment in Stockholm looks a bit unusual if compared to a typical Scandinavian home. The thing is that the decorator wanted to add some elegant classical elements to the interiors instead of familiar IKEA-style designs, and tried to create a country home feeling with a French theme. And the result is just beautiful!
The truth is that lofts don’t always have to be raw and industrial, moreover, the brick wall being the hallmark of this style is not a mandatory thing at all. Sometimes there are also very bright and positive lofts, without dark tones and industrial elements, but with accents of color. Today we want to share with you such – a beautiful white apartment on the top floor in Stockholm. Hope you’ll love it!