All posts with tag:stone

The Ai Maestri Rooms & Cafe in Matera in southern Italy is truly unique. Its walls are made of volcanic rock and stone quarried in the area. The use of materials such as wood, steel, marble and glass in the interiors emphasizes the balance between antiquity and modernity, all together this creates a comfortable and…

Renovation of this California house began in 2018. It was originally built in 1905 in the style of a Swiss chalet with a predominance of dark wood, stone and leather furniture. The owners wanted to preserve this atmosphere, but make the interiors more modern and personal at the same time. To balance the dark wood,…

Rooster Boutique Hotel is located between the sandy beaches of the Aegean Sea and the dynamic landscape of the Cyclades, among the open fields and mysterious caves of Antiparos. The interior design is luxurious and unpretentious at the same time: stone, wood, wicker furniture, natural fabrics and cozy gray-sandy colors. Such minimalism does not distract…

The owners of this San Diego home wanted it to have a 1950s feel. And the mid-century modern style was perfect for this task. First, the designer created a canvas: white walls, light parquet flooring and beautiful inserts with natural stone. Then carpets, paintings and marble countertops added texture to the interiors, and furniture in…

This Venice Beach, California home is a series of one-story buildings linked by small walkways and surrounded by greenery and palm trees. In interior design, the tone is set by open spaces and large windows, they saturate the house with air and seem to visually wash the walls. The designer chose minimalistic furniture and beautiful…

In an extensive renovation, an old barn in Belgium has been transformed into a stylish modern home. Despite the fact that not many interior elements left from the original construction, it was important for the owners to maintain continuity, and not to build a new building on the territory. The designer was inspired by modern…

Escondido Oaxaca is located in the Mexican city of the same name, one of the country’s main cultural centers. The creators of the hotel saved the old building from destruction and created an authentic corner of local traditions and stylish architecture. The interiors resemble Mexican houses of stone, wood, clay, but are designed in a…

The exterior of this house in New Zealand proves to us that an all-wooden home is not a relic of the past and not only an option for mountain chalets. The designer here combines solid wood and plywood with dark furniture, stone and tiles: due to this, the interiors are textured, but not overloaded. Textiles…