Perhaps Nicky Hilton is not so often on the front pages of glossy magazines, like her older sister Paris, but still, she is very famous personality. As any of American celebrities, Nicky owns a spacious apartment in New York with extravagant interiors that attracts with bold design and bright solutions. Blue De Gournay wallpaper in the living room is just awesome!
Designers of the Swedish brand H&M Home seem to work day and night to literally every month to present something interesting and inspiring. Only recently we posted about their tender and soft line New Palette, and the store has already prepared a new mini-collection named Eclectic Glam. It’s a wonderful interior in the style of art deco decorated with their cool new products. Hope you’ll like it!
The interior designer Helen Bergin turned this old New England style 1949-year cottage by the ocean into a chic eclectic home. Helen wanted to play with shapes, textures and prints. The result is an interesting contrasting interior: the atmosphere of the tropics, and outside the severe Atlantic Ocean. This impression is enhanced by the grey stone fireplace in combination with palm trees, blue surf and floral ornaments. “We wanted to make the home to look fun and at the same time experiment with different design styles,” says Helen. And this game was definitely worth the candle!
100 years is quite an honorable age but this historic townhouse in London looks young and bold. Here the mosaic of the beginning of XX century is combined with the art objects of XXI century, and elegant carpets and fireplaces are surrounded by floral furniture, posters and bizarre statuettes. It is unlikely that there is another such home in the whole world, and this gives an even greater charm to the house. Gorgeous!
The famous American fashion designer Jenna Lyons is now at the creative crossroads: last spring she left the position of a creative director in the J.Crew, where she spent more than 20 years, and has not yet decided what to do next. In this time of searching Jenna decided to redesign her beautiful SOHO apartment, which now is a mixture of feminine eclecticism with notes of glamorous modernism. Looks gorgeous!
It seems that for New York designer Patrick Mele there are no limits and stereotypes in design. The most daring colors and the most unexpected pieces of furniture fill the interiors created by this extravagant designer. A small apartment with black walls and bright paintings, a country house in all colors of rainbow, a purple living room with a red sofa – the portfolio of Patrick Mele is very diverse and will not leave anyone indifferent. Enjoy!
Designers of French studio GCGArchitectes have a great talent to take a classy Parisian apartment and make small masterpieces of modern design out of it. Their signature style – bold color accents and unique wallpapers – are easily recognized in the interior of this bright Parisian apartment that they finished recently. Hope you’ll also like it!
Designer Cecilia Casagrande once fell in love with this New York townhouse because of its beautiful location in a quiet area of Brooklyn and high ceilings and soon moved here with her family. Interior decorating process was long and thorough, but the owner was able to fill the spaces with things she loves and that are dear to every family member. Wallpaper and color scheme here are just amazing – Cecilia was not afraid to use bright colors and bold patterns that added eclecticism to this unique dwelling. Enjoy!
If Scandinavian interiors can be easily recognized by white color, IKEA furniture and the absence of curtains, the Parisian apartments are also guessed from the first photo thanks to a unique architecture, magnificent stucco moldings and a chevron floors. In addition, Paris designers adore eclecticism, and this large apartment is no exception. Mix of different styles, contrasting and bold color combinations, elegant wall decor and accessories – the interiors stand out with an abundance of objects and solutions, you to explore this home again and again. Enjoy!
When an interior designer is engaged in decorating a house for a fashion designer, it is always an interesting task. But in this case, the result exceeded all expectations. The home of Eduardo Rivera in Madrid turned out to be incredibly cool, stylish and unique. The color palette is a mix of blue tones and shades. Attractive deep blue can be found on the walls and on upholstered furniture. There is something magnetic about the interiors. Details in retro style (typewriter, bookcases, mirror cupboard in the bathroom) give the space an irony and ease, an element of play and mystery, but at the same time, the industrial features take us down to the ground. The design is versatile, like the person for which it was designed!