This cottage in the woods in northern California is notable for the fact that its recent renovation was carried out by Jenna Sue, a blogger and designer, known for undertaking projects on a budget. Here in this house, according to the designer, you can find many inexpensive solutions and budget-friendly DIY ideas. But first of all, we have to say the interiors turned out to be so cozy and heartful. Enjoy!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov has designed this beautiful wooden cottage and filled it with style and charm. The house is located near Moscow, Russia, and serves as a home for the family of five. Great project!
Gar-Anat is a cozy small boutique hotel in the former hospital building in Granada, Spain. During the restoration several years ago, the architects carefully preserved many original details so the new interiors now look very authentic, but at the same time stylish and modern. Each room’s decor is unique and its design was inspired by various legends about the city of Granada. There is no restaurant in the hotel, but breakfast is served every morning in the comfortable basement of the 16th century. And we should mention the awesome location of the hotel – it’s in the heart of beautiful old town. A great place with a unique atmosphere!
In the past, the city of Honfleur and its surroundings were the favorite inspiration place for French artists, but now this is a quiet getaway on the banks of the Seine for everyone who seeks exquisite and relaxing holiday. Hotel La Ferme Saint Simeon sits in one the most beautiful historical buildings of the region and offers cozy accommodation, exquisite cuisine, and the best views over the river. People come here to relax and everything contributes to this: rustic but absolutely romantic interiors, lovely shady gardens, spa treatment, swimming pool, and restaurant. What an inspiring place!
It can not be real… Like a fairy tale! This tiny weekend cottage in the picturesque English countryside is just fabulous. Beautiful untouched nature, authentic classic interiors and nobody around. Dream place!
The portfolio of photographer Eric Pieasecki is so versatile and inspiring that a single post is not enough to show all his beautiful work. On Monday we introduced you to his interiors and today we wanted to concentrate on amazing mountain homes found in his portfolio. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
This stylish white penthouse in the heart of Stockholm was designed for the family who were born in Norway and who love all kind of outside activities, especially ski holidays in winter. Therefore for their home, they wanted to use as much natural materials and colors as possible. The apartment turned out to be bright and stylish!
In this gorgeous mountain home you would feel like in private cinema with huge glass wall being a big screen and nature playing the movies. You would not need any TV as it’s almost impossible to take eyes from the views. In addition, interiors are tastefully decorated with interesting modern touches and natural materials. Great design!
The owners of this cozy chalet apartment in Spain say their home looks like a bar of chocolate because of the shade of wood used for wall and ceiling decoration. In addition, textiles and decor serve as a filling of cream and strawberry. What a sweet comparison for wonderful dwelling!
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