Previously, it was a solid, but still slightly outdated in every sense apartment in a historic house in Barcelona. Therefore, the owners, taking into account modern trends in opening space and enhancing natural light, asked designers from the studio Marcos Catalan to conduct a reform in accordance with these criteria. As a result, the apartment now has fewer rooms, but there is one large open space of living room, dining room and kitchen, which is filled with warm daylight all day. Window areas were designed in an interesting way, there is also a compact working zone, an interesting imitation of a modern fireplace. Bright and stylish!
All the walls, ceilings and floors of this Gothenburg apartment are painted white. The owners are clearly big fans of this color and feel in such a space as if in their natural environment. In terms of decor, a snow-white base is always a win-win option, as almost any color accents and objects will look great. In this home, there are only a few inserts of brown and black which emphasizes the designer’s aim for minimalism in everything. Very clean, bright and airy accommodation that inspires. Do you also think so?
This lovely Paris apartment is filled with the ease of being and fresh notes of warm spring air. Daylight almost unimpededly enters this beautiful apartment through the large so-called “French” windows of one of the unique historic buildings in the city center. And further, thanks to the magnificent interior architecture and the yellow-green palette, it spreads easily throughout the home, giving only the most joyful emotions to dwellers. Pure beauty!
The color scheme and decor in this small feminine apartment were chosen to create a feeling of airiness and weightlessness. Only gentle and very light close to white pastel shades, light curtains and textiles, beautiful modern furniture – this lovely apartment evokes associations with zephyr or marshmallow!
The owners of this beautiful country home previously lived in a cottage tucked deep in the woods, so for their new house they had only one wish – as many windows as possible on all sides. The architects from Wade Weissman accepted the challenge and created a truly spacious and bright house, which is abundantly filled with natural light throughout the day. It’s actually a complex of several buildings forming a modern micro-farm. The owners really keep horses here, but their main pride is a unique collection of retro cars!
Monica de Tomas (or Moni Moleskine in Instagram) is not only a tall and beautiful top model, a blogger and journalist but just a normal sentimental woman who has created a real oasis of relaxation and comfort in her apartment in the center of Madrid. Whenever she’s far from home, she wishes to get back to her beloved nest, take off high heels, and just relax with a book on the armchair. And the interiors of her apartment are so beautiful!
In order to have more light and spacious dwelling, the new owners of this duplex apartment in Madrid had to say goodbye to some architectural elements that remained from the previous owners. Many partitions were dismantled (now there is a lot of open space), a cumbersome spiral staircase replaced by a more concise one in white, and old walls were renovated with paint. Sometimes it’s really better not to complicate!
This modern Swedish apartment with the walls painted gray looks very bright and even airy. Large windows and their white slopes also contributed to the overall impression of the home, which literally bathes in the gentle daylight. The spaces are not overloaded with items, and those few interior details are mostly white. Joyful home!
This sunny ground floor apartment in Stockholm attracts the eye with its airiness and nice calm colors, thanks to which the photographs induce only warm feelings. Even though the interiors are decorated on a budget with many decor items bought in IKEA, there is the most important thing – a sense of coziness and comfort. And of course, a magnificent small terrace, that can be accessed from each room. Great!
This house in Portland has a respectable age – it was built almost 100 years ago and has seen quite a lot in his lifetime. Nevertheless, this fact did not stop designer Jessica Helgerson from creating very modern interiors for a large family living. But to give the house today’s beautiful look, some good efforts were required, which include adding a fourth bedroom, converting attic and the basement into a livable spaces, enlarging the windows. What a wonderful reconstruction!