All posts with tag:historical building

This villa on the bay surprises by the single fact that it is located in Sweden – in a country famous for its modest and concise housing. But it looks rather like an impressive historical estate with a large territory, which we are used to seeing in England or France. The interiors also impress with…

You cannot but fall in love with this London home already from the street – perfectly preserved stunning Georgian architecture will not leave anyone indifferent. White windows of ideal proportions, brickwork, simple and refined lines – you can admire the exterior of the house for hours. When you get inside, the delight does not stop…

In this wonderful home in the English countryside, one can easily shoot fabulous movies about the past. Originally built in the 18th century as a cottage for local farm workers, this historic cottage boasts an idyllic exterior with brick walls, white windows and an original thatched roof. Inside, time seemed to have also stopped, as…

Today we have not just a house or even a mansion, but a true historic estate, which we saw only in the movies. Midland Manor was built back in the 19th century but recently passed into the hands of new owners who have spent the last 6 years renovating. Gorgeous spaces with incredible stucco, multiple…

This magnificent townhouse in Amsterdam dates back to the 19th century, but now its interiors impress with trendy modern industrial style design. Brick walls, panoramic windows in a black profile, metal structures, second light – the inner space in its coolness can easily compete with famous New York lofts. There are also corners in the…

Thanks to the Spaniards for the fact that they so honor and protect their historical architectural heritage, so we can at least virtually travel to past centuries and find out how people lived before. Just take a look at this magnificent old mansion of the 17th century in the medieval town of Pedraza in the…

We continue to enjoy the incomparable architecture of London. This time, our attention was drawn to a historic townhouse in the south of the city in the Brixton area, with a gorgeous arched entrance, bright yellow doors, and purely English interiors. It should be noted that the designers did not spare rich colors in the…

If the interior can be considered a work of art, then the Benham Park estate in Berkshire (England) is definitely one of them. This opulent 18th-century estate, once owned by various aristocratic families, today retains its stunning spaces and the timeless charm of past years. The walls and ceilings are decorated with stucco molding of…