All posts with tag:eclectic

This beautiful townhouse in London was built at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, and its current look is a mix of styles and interesting ideas. For example, the owners preserved the original brickwork, restored the metal beams, but did not stop at the classic English style. The space of the kitchen-living room…

Much of the extraordinary interiors of this old mansion in Jurmala, Latvia, was inspired by the legendary Italian villas of the 1930s and 40s. Arched walkways, terrazzo floors, vintage chandeliers bought at the flea market, lacquered furniture and rounded shapes – the spaces turned out to be quite eclectic and nostalgic, with interwoven bold shades…

Nowadays, when interior design is full of borrowings and copies, the work of Pierce & Ward studio stands out from the crowd. Firstly, because designers are not afraid and even love to mix various styles, textures and prints in their interiors, creating each time an unusual and unlike anything living space. Secondly, Pierce & Ward…

Studio Kierszbaum Interieurs designs interiors in stately Parisian homes, but their approach can be called very bold and even extravagant. Almost every interior in company’s portfolio hides something unexpected, whether it be a deep color contrast, an unusual tile, or a provocative painting by a contemporary artist. But it is precisely such works that are…

Very often, the imagination and creativity of a designer are limited by a client, who is far from always ready to go for bold experiments and agree on unusual bright colors. Designer Timofey Veresnovsky was very lucky with the project of this apartment in St. Petersburg: the owners are his good friends, completely trusted him…

The contrasting contours of the walls and window openings are an interesting design solution that added graphic to the interiors of this Madrid apartment in Madrid and set them to an eclectic mood. Despite the neutral light base of the interiors, it is the details and decor items that make this design so exciting. Wall…

When in 2012, French winemaker Philippe Austruy acquired the Quinta da Corte vineyard in Portugal, the 200-year-old mansion was in poor condition. However, famous designer Pierre Yovanovich not only managed to save the building but to create a stylish hotel on its territory. There are only seven rooms in the hotel, but this perfectly laid…

Bright space, beamed ceilings, ethnic prints and sculptures – it seems that we ended up in a house in the Himalayas. But actually this is a city apartment, which is located in the West Village area in the heart of Manhattan. The design is based on unusual paintings and ethnic decor, they helped create a…