A house for a big family is always a challenge for a designer as it’s not easy to create a home both stylish and maximally functional. The huge total area of this residence in Denver, Colorado, fortunately helped to clear up and implement all the design ideas. The first floor is reserved for rooms where the whole family can spend time: a kitchen-living room, a quiet lounge-zone, a study and a stunning stylish bar that even hotels can envy. The second floor is a family area, with bedrooms and bathrooms. Bunk beds in kids rooms are so cool as they are convenient to climb, besides, they do not spoil the image of the house. And, of course, the heart of the residence is the verandas and backyard, it is difficult to imagine a more beautiful place to relax with friends and family.
Do not miss a single detail: this phrase perfectly describes the approach to design in this modern American mansion. Every little thing is thought out here, paintings, lamps and accessories play the main role. Of course, the finish is also very important, but the mood is set precisely by details here. For example, the entrance area is adorned with twelve paintings and a gold chandelier, in the dining room two bright canvases and a vintage bar make up the main accents, while in one of the bathrooms features the unusual floral wallpaper. In addition, there are many small decor pieces in each room that echo the general atmosphere. Wonderful home!
This two-story brownstone in Brooklyn is a rental home for a family with three children, so it was impossible to carry out large-scale repairs. You tenants could not change the location of the lighting, repaint walls or make a major redevelopment. Therefore, the family decided to refresh the interior sand give them individuality with the help of bright furniture and accessories. Colorful details and furniture with a geometric pattern very nicely contrasts with white walls, a fireplace and wooden doors.
The Basque Country is an autonomy in the north of Spain with its traditions, its own Basque language and amazing landscapes. It is there that this rustic style house is located. Wood, white furniture and bright details – the interiors are filled with comfort and sunlight. There is a veranda where you can sunbathe in summer, and there is a library under the roof. By the way, no TV in this house – the sofa zone surrounds the fireplace and panoramic windows overlooking the mountains. A great combination of simplicity, ease and homie atmosphere!
This Moscow apartment not only has an outstanding area of 600 sqm, but also breathtaking views of the Canal. The whole space of the living room “works” for this panorama: the sofas and chairs are facing the window, and the TV was placed in another room – the area allows this. In addition to the main rooms, there is also a draft kitchen, laundry room, pantries. The client, a young couple, did not want their home to look trendy, but rather to be modern, functional with unique decor pieces. A real dream apartment!
Beige, brown and cream tones have an amazing ability to transform the interior. This Madrid apartment has become incredibly cozy and “warm” thanks to them. The designer, by the way, did not make the interior monochrome – exclusively beige or brown – and used these colors as accents. Also, we loved the window that was used as a mirror for the dressing table, and the old fireplace with candles. Particular attention should be paid to the dressing room: spacious, functional, and even with its own window. Wonderful apartment with elegant style and memorable details!
Today we have a wonderful example of Tudor houses – a mansion in Portland, USA. There are high ceilings with wood beams, noble wooden furniture and elements made of natural stone. At the same time, the interiors do not look too classic, they are fully comfortable for the meed of a modern family and is complemented by contemporary decor elements. It’s amazing that some people choose such an interesting style for their home!
Perhaps interiors of this townhouse in Brooklyn is not overloaded with chic modern furniture or cool design solutions, but the home is very soulful and personal. Feels like for the owner’s family this is a special and the sweetest place in the world: there are many simple, but cozy objects and little things that delight the eye and warm the soul to the dwellers. In addition, there is a small but absolutely beautiful innr garden with a lawn, hidden from street noise and prying eyes. Let’s step inside!
Normally Scandinavian interiors are compact enough, however, this apartment in Stockholm surprises with its big total area. On 161 square meters, there are three bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and three bathrooms. The special feature of the house is an old fireplace and a faience oven. These can often be found in Stockholm apartments, but they are very loved and cherished here. The apartment stands out thanks to posters and paintings, and especially laconicism in the combination of furniture and accessories. A perfect example of a modern city apartment!
This New York townhouse built in 1901 is perfectly preserved and reached our days in almost original condition. However, not so long ago the owner’s family decided that the house is not comfortable enough for five people, so it was necessary to redesign and adapt it to modern realities. The kitchen was too small and obsolete, the bathrooms did not have a shower, and in the bedroom there was a sink that was no longer used. After a long period of restoration, the designer managed to create stylish and cozy interiors for a modern family. At the same time, the historical part- with mosaics, window frames and stucco – is felt in every corner. Such a wonderful mix of the present and the past!