One happy family’s wooden cottage in Sweden

Black outside, white inside – this recipe works great in this cozy wooden cottage, where one family from Sweden found its harmony. Despite the strict and gloomy facade (by the way, black houses are common in Scandinavia), the interiors are very bright and filled with light, with owners’ personal decor pieces creating real warm family nest here. Hope you’ll like it!

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Scandinavian home at its best

Each country understands the coziness at home in its own way: for some warm colors are the most important, others find peace in the classic furniture. But this family house in Sweden is a beautiful example of the Scandinavian way of home comfort. Here we have white walls, an old stove, modern furniture and lots of DIY decor. Enjoy!

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Old church converted into modern home in Melbourne

We have already seen here many different interesting buildings converted into homes, but a church is really something different. In Melbourne, an abandoned 1890-year church was recently converted into a very bright contemporary residence and now it is put up for sale for $ 1.5 million. The main architectural elements that remind of home’s past are the gorgeous arched doors and windows, thanks to which it has its own unique character. What do you think of it? Could you live here? :)

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Bright modern classic apartment in Kaliningrad, Russia

The Russian city of Kaliningrad thanks to its German past inherited a magnificent architecture of gorgeous old buildings with spacious and bright spaces. Not all of them are now suitable for modern life, but one of the apartments in such 100-year-old house deserves special attention. Studio Make Interiors recently completed a wonderful renovation of this historic dwelling and created beautiful modern classic interiors. Light base, elegant stucco and moldings, bright modern furniture and textiles make up a very stylish and positive atmosphere in this home. Enjoy!

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Apartment for a musci producer in Helsinki, Finland

This apartment in the capital of Finland was created for a local music producer, and the interiors ideally reflect the lifestyle of its owner. The main goal of the project was to create a light minimalist dwelling, reminiscent of a modern hotel room in the New York style. In this space, nothing should distract the creative person from the process of creation, giving the fact that the owner is rarely at home. Let’s look inside!

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Kingdom of white: apartment in Gothenburg (108 sqm)

All the walls, ceilings and floors of this Gothenburg apartment are painted white. The owners are clearly big fans of this color and feel in such a space as if in their natural environment. In terms of decor, a snow-white base is always a win-win option, as almost any color accents and objects will look great. In this home, there are only a few inserts of brown and black which emphasizes the designer’s aim for minimalism in everything. Very clean, bright and airy accommodation that inspires. Do you also think so?

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Сozy winter home with snowy white interiors in Sweden

The interiors of this cozy Swedish country home seems to echo the January weather outside the window – completely white, with light notes of blue (as the sky), and also with spruce branches as decoration. But there is one important difference – here, inside is very warm and cozy thanks to the heartful atmosphere that the owner family created. Great home!

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Minimalist holiday home in Sweden

Perhaps you have not thought about it, but the home can easily be decorated for the holidays with the help of a Christmas tree only. Of course, not just a single tree, and even two. In this Swedish house, there are more than a dozen of them: small and large, with decor or with no decoration at all. And candles, a pair of garlands and decorative ornaments and flowers. And all this in white and gray colors. This minimalism brings a new meaning to the concept of Christmas decor, it looks fresh, interesting and not less festive than lush ornaments and bright colors. Perfectly!

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Ideal Scandinavian home for holidays

This is such an idyllic family home in Sweden. Festive decor so harmoniously blended with the Scandinavian design that almost every photo can be printed and signed “this is how a real family Christmas should look like.” But the most beautiful thing about all of this is that the owners made many decorations with their own hands. Bravo!

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White natural Christmas in Texas

White holiday decor always links associations with snow and frosty days, which are so lacking in hot Texas. They just have to create such wonderful white interiors to somehow be “on the wave.” But if you throw the jokes aside, the interiors of this country house look incredibly beautiful and festive, it is evident that a real professional and a man with excellent taste worked on the project. By the way, an important feature of this design is environmental friendliness and naturalness. Enjoy!

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