The family from Moscow has long dreamed of own dacha (‘country cottage’ in Russian), they knew for sure that it would be a house made of wood, cozy, comfortable and warm. And a few years ago they finally had the opportunity to buy a wooden house in the suburbs, but inside it was empty, so it needed a lot of work to do. To help with the interior design owners invited Veronika Sudnikova, who taking into account all client’s desires and requirements, could make the family’s dream come to life. Let’s step inside this very beautiful home!
Architectural studio Zrobym offered a fresh and modern approach to the traditional Russian dacha architecture, creating a very stylish and contemporary wooden house in the suburbs of Minsk, Belarus. And the most amazing thing about it is that the house has an area of only 68 sqm which is comparable to a one-bedroom city apartment! This cottage is modular, that is, it was manufactured by parts beforehand and assembled directly on the site. Great small home!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov has designed this beautiful wooden cottage and filled it with style and charm. The house is located near Moscow, Russia, and serves as a home for the family of five. Great project!
This beautiful Scandinavian country home in the south of Sweden looks just perfect: a wonderful white house with a dark roof, a cozy inner garden with a fruit tree in the center, terraces and a patio, a well-groomed lawn. But there are several surprises inside, and first of all, in the living room, which is decorated in a creative spirit with bold paintings and designer furniture. The rest of the rooms are more restrained in the decor and are decorated in a typically Scandinavian style, but not without some charm due to the unique architecture of the building. Enjoy!
This cozy white cottage is only 20 minutes away from Copenhagen and looks not much different from the typical Danish country houses. But inside, we see quite exquisite and tastefully decorated interiors, like in design magazines. The home shows a perfect blend of rustic style, modern furniture, and Scandinavian simplicity. Hope you’ll like it!
If we were not told that this incredibly cozy country cottage with a red facade is located in the village of Kratovo near Moscow, Russia, we would have no doubt that it is in Sweden or Norway. House owner Anna has a long-standing love for the Scandinavian design and admires Norwegian red cottages with white windows, so she decided to renovate her old cottage in the northern style. The interiors are very soulful and cozy, with floral wallpapers, old family furniture and new pieces of decor. Adorable home!
This cottage near Moscow city is a traditional Russian type of weekend homes called Dacha. Designer Olga Amlinskaya has put a lot of style and charm to interiors by adding elegant furniture and a lot of interesting decor. Enjoy!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Такого вы, скорее всего, больше ни на одной российской даче не встретите! Благодаря стараниям дизайнеров из программы “Дачный ответ”, стандартная и скучная гостиная в обычном дачном доме полностью преобразилась и стала больше напоминать уютное альпийское шале. Теперь в ней есть даже великолепные французские окна в пол, через которые можно попасть в сад. Очень хорошая переделка!