If you thought Scandinavian interiors are only for beautiful old buildings in the center of Stockholm or modern villas, then this is not so. Today we have an ordinary apartment with low ceilings and a small total area in the typical sleeping area of Gothenburg. Most of the space is occupied by a cool kitchen with a living room decorated in a win-win white. In addition, the room is beautifully zoned with a simple partition with niches. Great budget dwelling!
Wood, natural materials and a plenty of daylight – it’s all about this wonderful apartment in Spain. Despite the abundance of furniture and accessories, interiors look rather minimal, there is an airy feel here. Cozy balconies with shutters, large windows and olive trees remind of a sunny and hot summer and create an enjoyable light atmosphere in the apartment. Especially we loved the shower area, an unusual sink with two faucets, as well as the fireplaces. Inspiring and very cozy home!
This two-level apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden, showcases an interesting design solution: the original brickwork of the 1885 building was completely preserved on one of the walls. And this wall is common for both levels, which makes the apartment space integral and harmonious. Thanks to this technique, the completely white interior immediately got unique and so stylish features. Great!
Monica de Tomas (or Moni Moleskine in Instagram) is not only a tall and beautiful top model, a blogger and journalist but just a normal sentimental woman who has created a real oasis of relaxation and comfort in her apartment in the center of Madrid. Whenever she’s far from home, she wishes to get back to her beloved nest, take off high heels, and just relax with a book on the armchair. And the interiors of her apartment are so beautiful!
This unique residence in Atlanta is not just a beautiful house with a white facade and a well-groomed territory – this is the only Art Deco building in the city. It’s hard to believe, but a few years ago, the mansion was in an unattractive state – the house had grown over with vegetation and was almost in ruins. But the local architect J. Ryan Duffey came to the rescue and managed a magnificent reconstruction of this private estate. Terrific!
When a space is completely white in its finishing then style and character of a home are set with the help of decor and objects, so designers this case can use their creativity. For the interiors of this one-bedroom apartment in Gothenburg, an elegant modern style was chosen and it is created by chic pieces of furniture and lighting, golden and silver details, velvet textiles. We think the designer managed to find a wonderful mix!
In order to have more light and spacious dwelling, the new owners of this duplex apartment in Madrid had to say goodbye to some architectural elements that remained from the previous owners. Many partitions were dismantled (now there is a lot of open space), a cumbersome spiral staircase replaced by a more concise one in white, and old walls were renovated with paint. Sometimes it’s really better not to complicate!
Despite the total area of only 28 sqm, the owner of this tiny studio in St. Petersburg wanted to have the functionality of a big apartment. Designed Vladimir Berezin this compact home features all necessary functional zones, though with a “mini” prefix. A kitchenette with two cooking hobs and a small fridge, a dining area for two, a tiny living room in the form of a couch by the window, a workspace and a full bedroom – it’s indeed a small apartment with big possibilities!
We’ve been thinking that it’s time to open the chalet season at our website already – winter is just around the corner.:) And we’ll start from the French Alps, the small ski town of Morzine, where this small 1905-year chalet is located. London-based studio Turner Pocock was appointed to save this cottage from devastation and designers offered quite an unusual solution as for the Alpine home: the entire interior space was painted white instead of the usual natural wood, and diluted it with bright objects. Enjoy!
Delicate pastel shades sometimes can transform and prettify an interior no worse than bright and expressive tones. In this Swedish home, the main color is puddly pink and it’s mostly present in details. This gives the interiors charming and refined look. Kids room in such color scheme is incredibly tender, a real room of a princess. Wonderful apartment: stylish, elegant and very cozy!