Thanks to almost five meter high ceilings and huge windows on two walls, pleasant daylight penetrates into every corner of this wonderful Swedish apartment. Its unusual architecture was inherited by the school that was situated in this building many years ago, and the house itself was built in the distant 1850. The apartment plan is an open space with a bedroom on the mezzanine level, the interior feels airy and fresh. Enjoy!
This small Swedish apartment of 41 sqm simply bathes in natural light: high ceilings and large windows, all-white interiors, glass partitions separating the bedrooms. Only the floor here is dark in color, all other design elements are made either in white or in light tones. If the ceilings are so high, then why not make a mezzanine bedroom – the Scandinavians often use this technique. Very light and compact city living!
Those who see pictures of this home in Indiana, the USA, before repairs, can not believe their eyes, so much change has occurred in it. When the owners moved here a few years ago, it was far from their dreams. Most importantly, the house was not at all suitable for a large family with three children. But all the members of the family were involved in the renovation process, as the couple work in a local construction company. And joint efforts have given a wonderful result – now it’s a very hearty and very homey dwelling, where absolutely everyone feels great!
Perhaps if Snow White lived in the 21st century, then her house would look something like this modern farmhouse in Chicago. The house appears fabulous not only because it is completely white, but also a special atmosphere is created by large windows, a huge fireplace, and unusual home accessories. But most of all the magic goes to the painting in the kitchen – branches of sakura are depicted above the stove and working surface, by the way, the pattern is complemented by red handles on the stove. We are sure that the photos do not convey the full scale and beauty of this interior, but even they are beautiful. Fascinating!
This beautiful summer villa in Ibiza is a living proof that all genial is simple. And indeed, there is nothing complicated in the design at all: the house is snow-white both outside and inside, wooden beams on the ceiling, stone on the floor, simple natural materials and clean lines in decoration. We might have said it’s all about decor, but there is not much of it here (but just as needed), as well as no designer pieces. But the house leaves such pleasant and harmonious impression that in your mind you are willing to be transferred to this house and to be dissolved in this beauty. Enjoy!
Elegant classic homes usually are rather neutral and calm, than bright and memorable. But this apartment in the Upper West Side in New York is so unique and attractive. Here exquisite classic forms and lines are combined with various geometric prints and art pieces in decor. Wallpapers, pillows, paintings, carpet, furniture shapes – everything with triangles, rhombuses, rectangles or just stripes. At the same time, interiors do not look ridiculous, on the contrary, everything is elegant and in its place. In addition, the apartment itself is very light and spacious. Exquisite and stylish space for a big family!
Sometimes, when it seems that the Scandinavians can not surprise us anymore, apartments like this one appears – fresh and with interesting details in decoration. Few chic color accents, such as a yellow velvet sofa and doors of a beautiful green shade – and Scandinavian interior immediately feels and looks interesting and stylish. By the way, the apartment is located on the ground floor of a residential building, there is even a private exit to the street. Enjoy!!
This modern townhouse with unique architecture for the filmmaker’s family in Sydney was built on a very limited land plot, but Luigi Rosselli studio was able to intelligently allocate space and accommodate four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a garage, and a spacious open living room with kitchen. Interiors are decorated in a concise manner with a minimum number of details, using light natural materials and original solutions. Great job!
“Who needs a chromatic interior, if you have New York outside your windows” – with this idea designer Julie Hillman approached the design of this modern apartment in Manhattan. Wonderful milky shades really make a picture of the city, which opens out of the windows, more expressive and graphic, creating a relaxing background. Also in this home, lots of interesting designer furniture, lighting and decor can be found. Very inspiring!
This very charming family home in Connecticut is decorated in beautiful pastel tones and with flowers and plants. The cottage is overflowing with tenderness, and the interiors look so soft and airy thanks to designer Raquel Garcia, who is raising three daughters here. At first glance, it may seem that rooms are all white, but then you begin to discover lovely and barely noticeable summer toned pastels. Wonderful home!