When the future owners first saw this home, the decision to purchase was made quickly, as it has 3 characteristics important or the family. The first is a convenient and picturesque location. A modern mountain chalet is located in a beautiful winter resort in Colorado, just between the center of a cozy town and the ski slope. The second factor is the expansive views from almost every window and the abundant use of natural materials in the decoration – exactly as they dreamed. And, finally, a design with a twist: a circular staircase struck a couple at a glance and was the final reason to buy this house. We have to say, it was an excellent choice!
French Provence is all about beautiful interiors, cozy gardens, and dining in the shade of trees. All this can be found in the Hameau des Baux Hotel that is located in the small town of Paradou (Provence, France). Here the traditional Provencal style is combined with modern design: furniture and fixtures of unusual shape, bright textiles and paintings. Despite its rustic nature, this hotel positions itself as a five-star hotel: there are 20 beautiful rooms, spa programs, several restaurants, and art exhibitions on the territory of the hotel. And all this is surrounded by cypresses and olive trees, around only the beauty of the French nature and clean mountain air!
Though this beautiful family home is nominally a beach house (located on the coast near New York), there is a clear European feel in the interiors. The owners many times visited old Europe and adore its architecture, so they asked the Hernandez Greene to incarnate this love into the design of their family nest. Light, natural, but also elegant – these interiors are made for blissful relaxation and family harmony. Perfectly!
The dark interiors do not necessarily have to be gloomy and boring, and this house in Chicago is excellent proof. Contrasting colors and unusual artwork create an atmosphere of creativity here and make the interior look unlike any other. If you look at the details more closely, it may even seem that the interior tells a story, and all the items in their places are not just that. Hope you also like this unusual and catchy home!
A house with a veranda and a roof terrace is the best choice for California, the sunniest state in the United States. This house in Los Angeles has an unusual shape, besides, it seems rather tiny, but it’s not so: there is a spacious living room with a fireplace, a kitchen, several bedrooms and bathrooms. From all sides, the building is surrounded by verandahs, where you can sunbathe, exercise, take guests for a cup of tea or arrange barbecue parties. Thanks to large windows and warm colors in the decor, the interior is literally permeated with light. This atmosphere inspires and energizes. Stunning home!
It seems that new Sanders hotel in Copenhagen is not less than a hundred years old, but it will first open its doors to visitors only this fall. The hotel is located in the heart of the Danish capital amidst majestic palaces and luxurious art galleries, and this undoubtedly influenced its design. Noble tones and atmosphere, expensive fabrics, crystal, lots of wood and light. The creator of the hotel compared the stay in it with a visit to the theater, where the hospitality of the staff only reinforces the impression. Simple and incredibly elegant place!
The owners of this residence of 455 sqm near the city of Kyiv, Ukraine, always wanted to have an atmosphere of relaxation and tranquility, which chalet interiors can give. But they asked architects of OM-Architecture to make a modern interpretation on alpine homes, moving away from the traditional approach. The challenge was accepted, and as a result, every room in the house acquired its unique character and charm, without losing the most important thing – comfort and warmth. The interiors are filled with noble and refined materials, such as wood, several types of stone and patinated copper. Let’s make a virtual trip through this stunning house!
The key to success of almost any design lies in harmony and sometimes harmony can be achieved by playing on contrasts. This bright London townhouse is a good example: interiors combine elements of a country style and loft-themed objects. A similar story with colors: beige and gray are mixed with yellow, gold and brick. There was a place for furniture in the style of the 60’s, bright paintings and unusual lamps. If you look closely at the details, then the interiors can be thought as eclectic, but if you look at the big picture, you feel only the comfort and the fact, that everything is done with love and heart in this home. Wonderful!
When a young couple from Poland approached Raca Architekci studio with a request to decorate their holiday apartment on the Baltic coast in Gdansk, each of them had their own vision of an ideal home: she loves the Scandinavian style while he values warmth and coziness. Designers tried to find a compromise, creating modern and stylish interiors, but with an abundance of wood and beautiful color accents. Great project!
Just look at this a delightful cottage near the city of Glastonbury in England that is for rent! The house is designed for 8 people, with three bedrooms, a stunning bathroom and, most importantly, the warm atmosphere of a stylish village house. The basis of the interior design is a combination of white, gray, all shades of red, and such tones are so attractive, very unusual and stylish. Interior designers carefully preserved all the old elements, restored the furniture and added the house with new, but no less authentic, details. Especially we liked the copper table, the bath on the legs and the cozy area near the fireplace. A great place for a weekend with family and friends!