It is hard to imagine more heartfelt and cozy home than this magnificent stone house in northern Spain. And its splendor lies in the country simplicity and naturalness: only natural materials in decoration (wood, stone), old family decor, which is so important to the owners, a lot of cozy textiles. A place where harmony resides and where the whole family can enjoy life!
The whole family was involved in the reconstruction of this old apartment in Valencia – the owner’s brother has a design bureau that carried all the works. The home was bought in poor condition, the interior was dark, and the layout was not suitable. But after the renovation, the apartment literally blossomed, the rooms were filled with light and old objects acquired a new life. During the renovation, the owners carefully preserved the original tiles and gorgeous wooden doors. At the same time, both tiles and doors did not just complement the new interior but became its main highlight. Also, the designer perfectly played with wood, glass, and brick – these elements perfectly add to a minimalist style. Wonderful!
‘Cooking and eating below, relaxing and relaxing from above’ – this is the way the owners of this cozy two-level apartment in Gothenburg live. Needless to say, zoning in this interior is just perfect, considering the total area of only 64 sqm. We fell in love with the upper floor – wooden beams, beveled ceilings, glass partition. So cozy!
In this amazing loft in Stockholm almost everything is perfect: a space with high ceilings and white walls, impressive wooden beams that give character, the right amount of natural light and, of course, plenty of stylish features. Bravo to the designers!
We just love this pastel greenish-grey wall paint color which seems to become a new trend recently. Yes, it is slightly cool by definition, but it gives a feeling of freshness and air, especially with lots of natural light. Just like in this wonderful one bedroom apartment in Gothenburg with a total area of only 56 sqm. Enjoy!
Sometimes beige interiors may refer to dull and boring ones, but the truth is that spaces in beige colors can be very beautiful and sophisticated. Moreover, such tones can add so much warmth and coziness to a dwelling. Today we have a wonderful example of such home – a bright apartment for a big family in Spain. Enjoy!
Look how wonderfully this bright Madrid apartment was transformed by adding some living plants and trees. Seems like interiors are a logical extension of the green nature outside. We can’t believe this home is located just in the very center of crowded Spanish capital!
The amazing portfolio of New York-based photographer Eric Piasecki is full of fascinating stories about life at its best. White browsing his website we begin to empathize with people pictured and try to imagine ourselves in these stunning spaces. Such photography inspires a lot!
Scandinavian interiors can be designed in grey or pastel tones, but yet the signature color for Swedish and other Nothern countries is white. White spaces are treated differently, there is a lot of debate around them, they have supporters and opponents. But the fact is the white interiors attract attention and inspire many people. Here we have wonderful all-white apartment of 98 sqm from Sweden with only a minimum addition of color. Enjoy!
Spanish designer Angeles Tellez lives in Madrid but loves to spend her holidays on so much loved island of Mallorca, where there is a lot of sun and interiors are usually decorated in light tones. Therefore her beautiful city apartment reflects the mood of resort living and the atmosphere of South Spain. Yellow and sand colored details made white interiors feel very warm and welcoming. What a sunny home!