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The interiors of this Goteborg apartment are built on contrasts: a rough brick wall and a delicate feather chandelier, pastel colors and black decor. But it is these opposites that create a harmonious and interesting space. On 66 sq. meters, everything is perfectly planned: a spacious kitchen-dining room, living room, bedroom, dressing room, bathroom, balcony…

Renowned interior designer Louis Bustamante has created a real mini-museum feel in his Madrid apartment. Louis has long been fond of art, so the pieces of his collection have taken their rightful place in the interiors. And the appropriate environment has been chosen for them: the space is replete with expensive furniture, marble, mirrors and…

Australian studio Arent & Pyke designed this art lover’s home in Sydney. The designers were lucky enough to join the project at an early stage, so they managed to realize everything that was planned. A palette of muted eucalyptus and earthy tones was used as a basis, furniture was made to order or bought from…

Designer Jane Hallworth has breathed new life into a 1950s West Hollywood home. It all started with the fact that the owners just wanted to find carpet for the stairs to make it easier for their adult dog to climb to the second floor. But the replacement of carpets led to the alteration of the…

In the past, in this building in the famous London district of Notting Hill, there was a hotel, but after a large-scale renovation, the house turned into a residential unit. This apartment covers an impressive area of ​​230 sqm, it is still for sale, but the designers have made a demo version of interiors for…

The owners of this apartment in Israel approached the designer with a request to create a Scandinavian-style home. High ceilings and good floor space allowed for a bright space here. The owners and designer opted for minimalist white finishes, light woods and interesting decor. Solid walls and rows of cabinets were diluted with concrete columns…

The new hotel Villa Copenhagen has recently opened in the building of the former General Post and Telegraph Office of Copenhagen. The building of 1912, built in the neo-baroque style, was recognized as an architectural monument, which means that special attention was riveted to this reconstruction. The main post office accommodated as many as 390…

In the past, this space served as a workshop for an artist – a lot of light enters through large windows, and such an atmosphere was ideal for painting. The current owner decided to preserve the spirit of creativity in their new home, in addition, she herself has a collection of art. These works became…