Loft apartment with a brick wall and bright furniture in Melbourne

Owners of this loft apartment in Melbourne, Australia, wanted the home to be industrial and consistent with the character of the building, also one of the wishes was a dark kitchen. The first floor was divided into several zones with the help of furniture and finishes: entrance area, dining room, living room and kitchen. Brick wall and bright furniture with decor added some character to the image. The dark kitchen blended seamlessly into the interior, and the black book racks on the second floor seemed to be its continuation. Excellent balance of style, uniqueness and comfort!

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Barcelona apartment with bright paintings and stunning bathroom

This luxury apartment in Barcelona is first and foremost striking with a large collection of paintings – all the pieces are bright and extraordinary, and have a special place in this home. Thanks to the classic forms and white color, it was possible to find a perfect mix “ludicrous” and “too boring”. The large white and gold bathroom attracts special attention as it’s glamour and gorgeous.

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Lightness and freedom: charming Scandinavian apartment in Gothenburg

This wonderful apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden feels so soft and delicate: light colors, weightless fabrics and comfy furniture. Of the catchy accents here, perhaps, only black and white abstract paintings and shelves with books. To further enhance the effect of lightness, the owners did not overload the spaces with curtains or dark furniture. Here everything works to ensure that the home has as much light as possible, because in Scandinavia, especially in winter and early spring, the sun is not the most frequent guest.

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Swedish villa inspired by the nature of Italy

After seven years of living in Liguria, Italy, the owners of this villa returned to Sweden and wanted to fill the house with the memories of life in the south. And they did it as elegantly as possible. There are no juicy tones that are common in southern nature, but soft pink, beige and brown colors remind of rocks by the sea, the setting sun and a peaceful nature. The interiors are very modern and fairly minimalistic but at the same time they inspire and give peace and tranquility!

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When details matter: wonderful mansion in USA

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!

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Stunning modern townhouse in white in New York by Piet Boon

The main idea behind the project of this historic townhouse in New York was to complement modern design with art, as the owner has an impressive collection of paintings. And the result is just stunning! In this white kingdom there is almost no place for other colors – and from this a strong impression of the interior only grows. Particularly impressive were chandeliers, walls with stucco molding and marble bathroom. A nice bonus – several cozy verandas right in the center of the big city. Very unusual, bright and stylish!

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Spring colors in a modern apartment in Madrid

This apartment in Madrid is an excellent synonym for spring and the awakening nature. Beige and dairy tones are mixed with ash-pink, tender-lime and yellow shades – these are not so bright colors as in the summer, but not cold winter tones. Floristic prints, paintings and posters enlivened the interiors as well. There was a place even for a drop of irony – in the form of a red glossy bulldog in the living room. Wonderful apartment with a great mood!

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Spacious apartment with old stove in Stockholm (161 sq. m)

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!

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Sophisticated design in Paris

This stunning apartment in Paris attracts not only with its gorgeous space but also with unique design: modern art, classic fireplace, exquisite mirrors, owl figure and bright prints. The interiors tell us a story of the owners’ life and they seem to be extraordinary people. Also, we were struck by the ballet barre in the bedroom, which is not often seen in the design. And the spacious shower with a bench – perfect for those who like to spend a lot of time in the bathroom. Sophisticated design!

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Scandinavian style meets English country: hunting lodge Killiehuntly in Scotland

Killiehuntly Hotel in Scotland is an ideal place for those who love quiet rest and remote getaways, as well as for fans of English novels. This former farm is located in the Highland area, that is famous for its landscapes and the fact that it is home to the famous Loch Ness lake. Killiehuntly resembles a traditional country cottage lodge and externally it does not look like a hotel. But inside there is a lot of comfort and style: you can relax by the fireplace with a glass of famous whiskey, take a walk along the green hills, feel like a farmer or try those farm products in the cozy atmosphere of a Scottish house. Wonderful place!

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