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Tasmania is famous for its unique parks and reserves. And people living in this area, even in the interiors, are trying to repeat the colors of wildlife. A middle-aged couple lives in this house, and for their dwelling, they just chose gray, beige and swamp colors, reminiscent of rocks, grass and a rocky shore. A…

Looking at the interiors of this house in Los Angeles, it is difficult to guess the specific year: here is something from the 50s, and echoes of the 70s and signs of a modern style. The designer chose a complex color scheme of autumn shades: ocher, burgundy, brown, purple, olive and actively played with prints,…

This interesting apartment in Paris is an example of how objects of art can become not details, but the important character of an interior. There are no comfortable solutions or large storage systems, the design was created, rather, not for convenience, but for beauty. Which is ideal for those who work hard, or rarely come…

This Parisian apartment is an elegant mix of sophisticated forms and a modern look at the interior design. Marble, stucco and parquet floors simultaneously contrast and harmonize with graphic furniture and dark objects. And the fireplace look like a spaceship. Also, a special atmosphere is created by unusual paintings and various statuettes and toys. Also,…

A large total area of ​​this house in Connecticut made it possible to have furniture and accessories of a big size. However, rooms here are not overloaded with interior items, this, in turn, allows to leave more of air and open space. One of the dining areas is interestingly decorated: a sofa lies along the…

Large catchy paintings and unusual artworks best fit spacious homes with neutral or white interiors, like in this beautiful house in Australia. Calm design with classic elements is complemented with unique furniture of interesting colors, as well as a large collection of art: here you can find paintings, sculptures, and mini-installations. All this is perfectly…

It’s all about the details! If all the accessories are removed from this apartment in Stockholm, then there will be a standard gray Scandinavian home. But plenty of vases, candlesticks, figurines, pads and paintings set the mood and style. The central element of the living room is a gorgeous green faience stove, on both sides…

This modern house stands out noticeably against the green Australian hills – all thanks to a rather dark, almost black facade. But besides the exterior, the home also has quite an interesting symmetrical floor plan. Inside, everything is also black or graphite, but at the same time the designers did a great job with supporting…