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The Scandinavians are so cool in terms of design that they even ‘tamed’ the popular industrial style and found their own unique application for it – let’s look at this Stockholm apartment as an example. Firstly, the color – a warm, calm scheme has been chosen here, in contrast to the colder and darker traditional…

No matter what interior design is as long as it is in a house with an ocean view. But seriously, this duplex apartment in Australia can boast of a great design. The color scheme of furniture and decor repeats the colors of sea, rocks and sand, thereby blurring the line between nature and the inner…

Japandi (Japan + scandi) is a combination of Scandinavian style and Japanese minimalism. This is exactly how this house in Los Angeles was designed. Japandi is characterized by a neutral palette of colors, natural materials and free, not crammed with furniture, spaces. Due to the large windows, a lot of light gets into this house,…

This Bayfront home in San Francisco is a surfers’ and sea lover’s dream come true as it sits right on the water. The house was built in the 1970s and has been recently renovated. Outdated designs have replaced modern interiors with interesting decor. The interior are dominated by natural materials, especially the giant walnut headboard…

Built in 1925, this Edwardian-style residence in San Francisco remained relatively intact over the years as designers and architects from several bureaus embarked on years of extensive renovations. They had to solve a difficult task: to maintain a balance between old and new, to create beautiful and stylish interior design and adapt it to a…

The Rabjerg Mile in Denmark is a sand dune near the North Sea coast. It is in these scenic spots that Britta and Lars, a Skagen couple, built their cottage. They spend here every summer, so the house is fully adapted for permanent life. Also, the owners are very fond of spending time in nature…

In her projects, architect Sarah Henry always strives not to lose touch with nature. She adhered to the same concept when designing her own home in Melbourne. Large opening windows, simple brick and concrete finishes, wooden furniture and always a lot of solutions for planting: flower niches, a well-kept garden and an area with an…