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For the interiors of this Indiana home, the design team chose the following formula: neutral colors, noble materials and prints, a combination of modern and antique pieces. The main space of the house – the living room – shows us all these elements. The gray and beige finish has become a blank canvas for furniture…

With vibrant colors and an abundance of greenery, this cheerful New York apartment is an instant eye-catcher. The mood is set by shades of blue and green, which are present in different intensities in all rooms. For example, the stars of the living room are a sofa and an armchair of a beautiful azure color,…

The owners of this spacious apartment in Sweden have filled the white and gray space with rich colors. They complemented their basic furnishings of white walls, stucco and wooden floors with bright decor pieces (much from Ikea) and cheerful paintings. At the same time, they managed to find a balance between classics and non-standard solutions:…

Modern furniture of unusual shapes perfectly coexists with the classic details in this house in Sydney. It was built in 1909 and has since survived many owners, each of whom brought something of their own to the interiors. The current owners wanted to preserve the original features of the house: columns, wooden panels, doors, stained-glass…

This gorgeous mansion near the medieval city of Saint-Paul-de-Vence is quite atypical for Provence, where many prefer small modest stone villas with cozy shady gardens. The fact is that the owners of the villa are English, and they wanted to create for themselves something more interesting and bold. Although the house looks like other local…

This Swedish apartment is notable for its color contrasts, which is why it looks so unlike typical Scandinavian homes. There are two living rooms, one of which with dark blue walls and light decor, while the second with pale blue walls and colorful paintings. By the way, all kinds of paintings and posters of large…

The new Ace Hotel in Kyoto, Japan, was fortunate enough to be housed in a building with a rich history. It was built in 1926, before there was a shopping center, and before that – the headquarters of the Central Telephone Company of Kyoto. The hotel’s design turned out to be more European, but Japanese…