Barcelona always attracted creative people from all over Europe, and our days are no exception. Architect Georg Kayser was born in Germany, got his professional education at London Metropolitan University, but before the end of his studies, he realized that his city was Barcelona. It was here that he opened his own studio in 2007, and also purchased the wonderful apartment in the center, and today we want to share beautiful pictures of its recent renovation. We hope you’ll like it!
Grey color in interior design, despite the general popularity, is often perceived by many as cold and uncomfortable. But if you still want a relaxing, light and easy soft scheme, then you should pay attention to soft pastel-beige tones, just like in this charming two-bedroom apartment in Stockholm. Here, the beige tones are diluted with brown accents and the palette looks like coffee with milk. Wonderful!
Looking at the photographs of this modern Barcelona apartment, it’s hard to believe that the building in which it is located is more than 100 years old. In this minimalistic design, natural light and tastefully selected decor play a key role – in the case when there are not so many interior objects, the special attention to furnishing needs to be paid. All the walls in this apartment are white, but the floor covering is really cool: the magnificent original tile is perfectly combined with the French parquet. Such a bright modern home!
When it comes to creating truly soulful interiors in warm tones, then Spanish designers are probably the best. Maybe it’s all in the sunny weather, which is held in the country almost all year round, but their homes always full of incredible amount of warmth and comfort. Just look at this wonderful home in the south of Spain – here the owner perfectly restored the family house in which she spent her childhood. Isn’t it beautiful?!
When the house is surrounded by such a cozy garden, the windows must necessarily be large. This family home in Texas is a wonderful mix of modern American style and country living. All shades of beige and brown are amazingly combined with warm sunlight penetrating the huge windows. A fireplace, a lot of sofa areas and the backyard, drowning in the lights – the best embodiment of comfort!
Picturesque park and a quiet courtyard outside the window – honestly speaking, not the most typical set for a resident of New York, a city that is sometimes called “stone jungle.” But the owners were fortunate enough to own the apartment right next to the famous Gramercy Park in one of the most prestigious areas of the city. The family spent a long time looking for a house in which they could put down roots now they are sure that they found it here. Magnificent home with a stunning design!
Interiors from far countries like Taiwan are rare guests on our site, but if they appear, it is always interesting. Today we have a wonderful modern apartment in the city of Hsinchu in the north of the country, the interiors of which, though restrained in color, but are cool in terms of design. This home is excellent zoned: kitchen is conveniently connected to living room, while bedrooms are in a separate part of the apartment. We love the backsplash tiles the improvised window sill along the wall – you can settle with a cup of coffee and enjoy the views over the city. Beautiful work by studio HOZO!
Sometimes when you add a bit of glamorous decor and accessories, your ordinary beige interiors can turn into a very elegant and refined home of a modern city. However, in this beautiful apartment in Chicago there is an abundance of interesting interior object and details and almost every one of them worth admiration. We especially like the wall with a gallery of frames in the living room – looks impressive!
A beautiful warm wall shade and a bit of decoration – that’s the simple secret of the design of this small apartment in Sweden with an area of 33 sqm. But look how cozy this interior feels! This design is brilliant in its simplicity and once again proves – it is not necessary to have a lot of money to create beauty at home.
The design of this Scandinavian apartment is created around warm shades of beige: the wall paint in the living room, leather sofa, wallpaper in the bedroom, wooden furniture throughout the home. The refinement and style were added by black and white photographs in frames on the wall and contrasting dark decor elements. Because of this, interiors (especially living room with kitchen) look like from an interior magazine, although this is an ordinary Swedish apartment from the site of a local real estate agency. Great!