The total area of this apartment in Kiev at first glance is quite large – 124 sqm, but it has its own layout features. The rooms here are distributed on three levels, with the last two floors being under the roof slope – all this impose some restrictions on the design, at the same time made the home very unique. Interiors are designed in minimalist modern style with loft details and elements of the Scandinavian style. Let’s have a look!
This wonderful lake house in Washington state would not see the world, if not for the sad circumstances. A few years ago, an old 100-year-old cottage burned down in a tragic fire, but the owners lost more than just a house. While building a new home on the same site, the architects had to try to restore the charm that was present here before. At the same time, the cottage was to become a comfortable modern housing for the family for at least the next 100 years. We don’t know what the old house looked like, but the new one is just super cozy!
The attitude to dark tones in interior decoration is different in every country. Some people consider it almost as a taboo, while others believe it’s a normal expression of owner’s. In this Swedish apartment, the walls in the living room are almost black, but at the same time they are combined with classical forms and lines – it all looks very elegant and beautiful. On the other hand, the bedrooms and the rest of the spaces are decorated in a more light scheme – in this way, the designer managed to create completely different moods in each room. Great project!
Two of the four exterior walls of this minimalist home in New Zealand are made of glass, so the interiors simply bathe in pleasant daylight. But in addition, this glazing allows the owners to fully enjoy the stunning sea views, as the house is built on the shore. The inner space and functional areas are distributed as simply as possible: on the lower level there is a large lounge room with kitchen and fireplace, and on the upper level a spacious home office with a view, a bedroom and an open bathroom.
Iceland is one of the most unusual countries in the world, with a bad weather and many unique natural wonders. Tourists go here for unforgettable emotions and unity with nature. And this lonely wooden cottage with a black facade at the foot of the volcano is perhaps the best accommodation for such a place on Earth – you will never forget such a holiday. The interiors are decorated in atmospheric dark colors, adding even more drama to the overall impression. Magical!
Buildings with such gorgeous interior spaces are a big luxury for a modern city, even for such architecturally beautiful one as Stockholm. The former industrial building of 1912 was recently converted into a prime residential complex, and this apartment is perhaps the coolest unit in the house. It occupies the last two floors, and the open living room boasts a second light and unique arched windows. Interior design was created by the best Swedish designers in a strict manner with a masculine character. Stunning!
Taiwanese designers have already proved they can do very interesting and stylish projects of modern apartments, that can compete with the best world designers. Today we want to share another excellent project from this eastern country – a cool masculine loft in dark colors in the capital of Taiwan. The home is a completely open space, zoned with glass partitions. Excellent modern city dwelling!
Walking along the street past this townhouse in London, you can easily think that this is some kind of souvenir or antique shop – a black facade with large display windows inspire such associations. Interiors seem to continue the first impression – they are designed in mostly dark colors, which are diluted with a few light accents. Also here we have very interesting tiles and wallpapers and in each room they are beautiful on their own. Let’s step inside this unusual townhouse!
Today we have a selection of awesome masculine homes. One our opinion, the bachelor’s space is a kind of symbiosis of chaos and order where a man lives perfectly in some incomprehensible way. But allow us to destroy this only a partially truthful myth, showing you examples of 10 impressive bachelor apartments, which even girls can envy. Bachelor pad A cave for a man is a place where he can rest, regain strengths, analyze his wins and failures, and refresh to a new day or season. In such a place everything must build an appropriate atmosphere. Exactly this type of apartment was found in Sweden, which seems to be designed for a real Viking. 50 shades of his apartment Choosing the right color scheme is one of the most important aspects when designing a home for a man. Dark colors are the most popular with this choice. But using just […]
Until the 19th century, on the site of the Noho area in New York, there was a botanical garden, and it was much later that this part of the city became a sought after residential location. This modern bachelor’s apartment is located just here. Designer Sean Litchfield played with color contrasts making the home look and feel truly masculine thanks to brutal furniture pieces and metal decor. Some bright details such as juicy paintings and colorful books also were added. Cool and stylish!