All posts with tag:fireplace

This Utah country home is a gathering place for a huge family. The designer was challenged to create a cozy and practical home so that the owners could come here all year round: for fishing in the summer and skiing in the winter. The choice was made in favor of a mix of modern country…

This Paris apartment is located near the famous Luxembourg Gardens. Modern style of decoration and trendy elements are ideally combined here with stucco, herringbone parquet and antique fireplaces. The milky color scheme is perfectly set off by terracotta walls in the hallway and a bold purple sofa. Wallpaper became a separate love of the designer…

The interiors of this villa in Mallorca are striking in their cleanliness and conciseness. The austere white walls and high ceilings are softened by arches, while bright yet noble furnishings help to create accents. The whole atmosphere is well reflected in the kitchen: here, order and chaos get along well and create a strong image….

43 sqm – such total area is quite small even for a one-bedroom apartment, but French designers have managed to create a home with two full bedrooms and an open living room with kitchen. This compact apartment in Paris was clearly designed to be rented, but in the most romantic city in the world, even…

Decorator Irene Benjumea calls her Madrid apartment a proving ground. That means, here she brought to life many ideas that she did not dare to implement in the clients’ home. The apartment has an interesting layout: with the help of well-thought-out partitions, many rooms can be combined or, on the contrary, made private. Irene skillfully…

This 1925 Tudor-style home has recently been renovated and sold for $ 7 million. In Hancock Park, a historic district of Los Angeles, several of these houses have survived. The front wooden door leads us into a spacious hall with a beautiful magnesite staircase. On the ground floor, there are two living rooms, a dining…

Furniture and decor brand Anthropologie tried to play on the classic interior in an unconventional way and demonstrated different design scenarios in one of its collections. Rooms with stucco, arches and fireplaces do not necessarily need to be furnished with 19th-century furniture or vintage items. You can add bright modern sofas and thin-legged armchairs, turn…

Tessa McGregor sold her tiny studio in London and with the proceeds was able to buy this spacious apartment in Edinburgh. The owner enliven the gray finishes and elements of the Georgian style with bright furniture, colorful textiles and non-trivial decor. The objects are so interesting that you want to look at them for a…

The designer of this London apartment – Holly Bowden – believes that a combination of old and new things can create an interior that is beyond the control of time. Pastel colors are combined with elegant antique furniture to create a beautiful look. The decor also has a role to play: a figurine in the…