Owners of this loft apartment in Melbourne, Australia, wanted the home to be industrial and consistent with the character of the building, also one of the wishes was a dark kitchen. The first floor was divided into several zones with the help of furniture and finishes: entrance area, dining room, living room and kitchen. Brick wall and bright furniture with decor added some character to the image. The dark kitchen blended seamlessly into the interior, and the black book racks on the second floor seemed to be its continuation. Excellent balance of style, uniqueness and comfort!
This minimalist loft in Stockholm actually consists of two separate apartments on different levels connected by a staircase. Each level has its own kitchen, living room area, balcony, bedroom and bathroom – in a word, all the attributes of a full-fledged housing. Of course, the main space is located downstairs where the owners receive guests and have rest. At the same time, the upper spaces are used rather as guest rooms. Enjoy!
This stylish black and white apartment in the center of Prague was formed by merging of two small apartments on the neighboring floors in the old building. This allowed creating a unique two-level home with elements of industrial style and preserving some original architectural features. We loved the black minimalist staircase, that is literally “hanging” over the space of the open living room. Also, the window seat is well used – now the owner is able to host large companies. Great project!
This Moscow apartment not only has an outstanding area of 600 sqm, but also breathtaking views of the Canal. The whole space of the living room “works” for this panorama: the sofas and chairs are facing the window, and the TV was placed in another room – the area allows this. In addition to the main rooms, there is also a draft kitchen, laundry room, pantries. The client, a young couple, did not want their home to look trendy, but rather to be modern, functional with unique decor pieces. A real dream apartment!
First of all, this apartment in Sweden is interesting for the fact that there are two levels – living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and the second floor is given to the kitchen, dining room and second living room. Moreover, this home has a cool glass ceiling with a dining area on it. The dining chairs were intentionally made transparent. Also, there are a lot of details of warm color and wooden elements, they perfectly soften the combination of white and gray, bringing to the interior a cozy warmth. A wonderful combination of creative layout and beautiful decor!
Ground floor apartment with a separate entrance fenced off from the street only by a low hedge – an unusual picture for our country, but in Scandinavia this is one of the most prestigious types of housing. This apartment in Stockholm is also very conveniently spread on two levels: a living room with a kitchen on the lower and bedrooms on the upper. Let’s have a look!
Designers of Smith Hanes call their project in Georgia “a residence in a soft industrial style.” Indeed, in design, there are lots of signature style details such as leather, glass, metal, brutal decor, but at the same time, the image was diluted with soft tones, flowers and lovely decor. Black and brown in common areas are contrasted with blue and white in the bedrooms and living room. The combination of contrasting elements in the interior almost always looks good and effective, this trick has worked here too!
This modern apartment in Sweded with colonial motives in decoration inspires with cozy exotic touches. Filled with natural materials, it warms tactilely: the wooden finish of the accent wall, soft knitted plaids in which you want to wrap yourself, wooden steps that are pleasant to walk with bare feet, an abundance of ceramics and handmade textiles. The dining area is inspires with wicker furniture, it looks beautiful in contrast to the strict and simple geometry of the walls. The palm tree adds a touch of luxury to the main room. Enjoy!
Interiors with bright accents or wallpaper with bold prints fade in comparison with this extraordinary apartment in New York. Here, not just styles, textures and images are mixed, but the apartment has its own unique character and even a sense of humor. A strict kitchen with a marble island and immediately a bedroom right in the living room, a working place as in an office, but with a fluffy pink chair, a caricature of the “Mona Lisa” and a picture of puppet shoes. In this home, there was a place for creativity, functionality and freedom. This design is not for everyone, but certainly in a positive way!
This Swedish apartment has almost nothing of typical Scandinavian design that we all used to. Everything here, from the layout to small decor pieces, indicates that this is a unique and very interesting home. Firstly, there is no entrance here – you can enter the apartment through the kitchen from its own cozy front garden. In addition, the home has two levels connected by a beautiful white staircase. But the main feature of the interiors is, of course, a vintage decor that creates a feeling of a cozy private museum or family shop. Incredibly interesting!