This is perhaps the most unusual of all farmhouses. Although in appearance, you can not say it: the simple facade of a 200-year-old house somewhere in the Scottish outback seems to have nothing extraordinary. But when you get inside, you immediately understand that this is the home of unusual creative people. And that’s true: here the designer of unusual rug Wendy Morrison lives with his family. The main theme of her design is oriental motifs and colorful prints – all this we can see in full in the design of interiors of the house. What a memorable home!
Combining stucco molding, brick and bright colors in one space is a fresh and very original choice. This is exactly what makes the design of this apartment in Poland. Fireplace, parquet, boiserie panels and ceiling rosettes – this is an unquestionable reference to the classics, but it was decided to dilute the spaces with elements of loft style, bright furniture and non-standard accessories. Classic ceilings were decorated with black luminaries in an industrial style, guitars were placed next to the stucco on the walls, and the bath tube with legs has a stripe print. It is unlikely that there is another such a home in the world, as this project is completely unique!
The founder of design studio of the same name Julia Buckingham invented and even patented the word that best describes the style of her interiors – “modernique”. In her understanding, these are interesting and non-ordinary living spaces, which necessarily have their own feature, which is an unexpected, bright piece of furniture or decor. Thanks to such boldness, her work balances on the edge of modern American classics and eclecticism. In a word, her portfolio is cool and entertaining. Enjoy!
And again we have a very cool and memorable home in Taiwan – an eclectic apartment for a young family. To say that interiors are unusual means to say nothing. Modern copper surfaces, unexpected vaulted ceilings like they have in Spain, elegant French moldings, and bathrooms decorated in Art Deco style. It may seem that there are too much of different things, but the apartment are so unique and impressive. Enjoy!
It’s difficult to describe interiors by young English designer Beata Heuman in one word, and it’s even more difficult to refer them to any single style or design direction. Her spaces have a clear traditional English foundation, but further it’s an interesting mix of elements of different styles, epochs, as well as very bold color combinations. Enjoy the best of her delicious portfolio!
From a paradise villa on the tropical islands to the reconstruction of a historic townhouse in London – the geography and variety of styles in RP Miller‘s projects is impressive. But most importantly these designers do not do boring or trivial interiors. It is always a bright eclectic, filled with extravagant objects and one of a kind furniture. To create such spaces, you need to have an incredible talent and a very good sense of taste. Enjoy!
A bright, stylish and unforgettable mix of styles and colors – is the main idea behind the interiors of this spacious apartment in Barcelona. Look at the living room: the cheerful pink shades prevail in the upholstery and decor, but at the same time the walls and the ceiling are finished with bricks and concrete. The kitchen surprises with its dark, almost black scheme. The bedroom is a Scandinavian space in neutral tones. And there is also an absolutely magnificent terrace with outdoor furniture for full relaxation. Wonderful project!
Such a splash of colors and prints in this Atlanta home of designer Kristin Kong was inspired by the 70s of the last century. However, here there are styles from other epochs which made very interesting eclectic interiors. Each room has its own mood and story: a green dining room as if from the fairy tale “Alice in Wonderland”, the living room evokes African motifs, in the bathroom there are touches of Ancient Greece, and the bedroom looks like a blueberry pie. Bold, creative and bright!
Decorator Ekaterina Fedorchenko says her main source of inspiration was always the sea, and this passion is clearly felt in the interiors of her Moscow apartment. And indeed, there are places in this home where you can feel yourself if not on a beach, then at least onboard of a ship. Take, for example, a white sofa in the living room, which is literally inscribed in a triangular bay window – there are associations with the nose of a sea liner. It is worth highlighting all those numerous and unique objects of decor and furniture that were made according to the decorator’s sketches. Extravagant and amazing design!
The interiors of this Chicago condo represent an exquisite mix of several completely different styles and trends in design. Firstly, these are objects of classics and antique details, such as paintings, vintage bureaus, small tables. Large furniture and decor can be attributed to the modern style, some elements are exclusive and “one of a kind.” Also in the decoration, we can see notes of industrial style – metal, leather. A special place is given to golden details and accessories, which are presented in each room. Such a unique home!