All posts with tag:eclectic

This house 60 kilometers from Paris provides its owners with the possibility to experience country life not far from the capital. The structure was built just a couple of years ago, but old materials were used in the decoration, which gives the impression that the cottage is already a good hundred years old. The interiors…

The owners of Lou Pinet in Saint-Tropez dreamed of creating not a noisy crowded resort, but a cozy hotel that resembles a private house where friends gather. To implement their ideas, they invited the French architect and designer Charles Zahn to work on the project. It was he who recreated the vintage spirit of Saint-Tropez…

A young couple from Denmark has designed a home inspired by the cultures of different countries. The hostess lived in Japan for several years and brought many outlandish things from local flea markets: for example, Japanese figurines, a traditional tea set or a kimono. Oriental culture is complemented by French influences in the form of…

Already from the street, it becomes clear that this is not a typical London townhouse. Adjoining classic houses on both sides, this one has a modern black roof, and the tone of the facade brick is also different from the neighboring ones. Inside, the designers have created the interiors in an eclectic style with an…

From the outside, this house in Canada looks conservative: brickwork, symmetrical windows with white shutters and neat flower beds. But the patio is a modern multi-level space with interesting landscaping. A similar contrast is visible in the interiors, where classic wood paneling and a grand staircase coexist with minimalist furniture, glass and concrete floors. Thus,…

On Lewisham Road in Melbourne, we are greeted by a century-old front facade, but the interiors of this house are much more multifaceted than it seems at first glance. The old part of the house with stained-glass windows, stucco moldings and solemn fireplaces is complemented by a modern extension – with huge windows, an abundance…

Sunbathing by your own pool, taking a shower in the open air and taking a break from the heat inside bright interiors – this is the daily routine of a tenant of this villa in the Canary Islands. Against the backdrop of ascetic gray-brown mountains, the house with plants on the site looks like an…

Swedish and Scandinavian homes are interesting because their owners and designers are not afraid to experiment and mix different styles, textures, prints. For example, this apartment in Stockholm has a lot of vintage items, stucco moldings, old stoves, but it cannot be called old-fashioned at all. The designer has done a tremendous job, combining here…

The design of this Victorian house in London is a real mix of colors, textures and styles. Industrial windows and doors here quite coexist with Art Deco elements in the bedroom, and the noble colors of wood, greenery and autumnal nature are quite combined with bright yellow furniture and decor and patterned wallpaper. The texture…