All posts with tag:fireplace

The main office of Nune studio is located in New York, as most of their projects are also here. But London is the second largest market for the company, as well as home to co-founder Sheena Murphy. The designer lives in a rented but very beautiful Victorian home near the Royal Park, which she was…

A 17th-century traditional house in the Swiss Alps has recently been renovated and converted into a secluded chalet. Despite the solid update, the vintage spirit and wonderful atmosphere of old mountain homes have been preserved here. Gray-brown wood and natural stone abound here, but there are also very modern elements: a stylish fireplace, a “levitating”…

The spacious apartment of Margo Dietz, a popular Swedish Youtube blogger, is located in Vasastan, one of the most prestigious districts of Stockholm. Area of 119 sqm allowed to create everything the owner needed without overloading with furniture. For example, there is a separate fireplace room where you can enjoy cozy evenings without being distracted…

Rustic luxury reigns in the design of this cottage high above Possum Creek in Australia. Slightly shabby walls and an old stone floor do not prevent this home from being refined. Wooden furniture and simple textiles made of cotton and linen are perfectly combined with elegant lamps, brass fittings and stained-glass windows. But the main…

In the past, this home in Seattle served as a carriage house – here grooms lived and carriages parked. Not so long ago, the house was converted into a residential one. The designer decided to preserve the spirit of past centuries by choosing deep natural shades and noble materials. The most surprising, in our opinion,…

Designer Anna Haynes designed this home in West London for her family. The first thing that catches the eye is the thoughtful color scheme, as Anna has found the perfect balance between pastel and bright shades. The base is olive, ash pink, gray, while red, blue and fuchsia come to the fore. Different colors are…

This California home recently experienced a devastating flood. The owners had to replace the floors in all rooms, rebuild the kitchen, repaint the walls and buy new furniture and decor. They wanted to return the house to its former splendor and dreamed of simple but expressive interiors. The floor in almost all rooms was laid…

This red brick home is located in the touristy Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, in the south west of England. The building used to function as a school – hence the large windows and an imposing fireplace to light and heat the spacious auditoriums. A few years ago, the house was converted into a residential one, but during…

On Lewisham Road in Melbourne, we are greeted by a century-old front facade, but the interiors of this house are much more multifaceted than it seems at first glance. The old part of the house with stained-glass windows, stucco moldings and solemn fireplaces is complemented by a modern extension – with huge windows, an abundance…