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This Hamptons house looks a little atypical and somewhat modest for those places – a building of a simple geometric shape with minimal interiors. The designer here started from opposites: black and white; concrete floors, white plastered walls and exquisite details. The house is not overloaded with furniture and is filled with air and light…

The design of this Chicago townhouse is based on the wow effect of the huge abstract paintings that adorn the walls of almost every room. They are also the only color accents in the decor, as the basis of the interiors is quite calm and neutral. At the same time, the designer subtly worked with…

It’s hard to believe that on the site of this house in Australia once there was an old cottage with stables. Now the interiors are dominated by clean lines and minimalism. The central element of the bright living room is the fireplace, which stands out with its form against the background of the white walls….

This home is interesting both for its interior and location – it is situated on Nantucket Island in Massachusetts. The climate here is quite curious, which is strongly influenced by the Atlantic Ocean: the weather is moderate all year round – it is not cold in winter, and there is no intense heat in summer….

Pamela Makin, the designer of this Sydney home, described the project as ‘a sophisticated European influence.’ And, indeed, the design resembles Italian or Spanish timeless interiors. For the interiors, Pamela chose muted colors and expensive materials. Against the background of white, beige and gray, geometry (arches, portals, stucco molding) and black contrasting furniture played perfectly….

This loft in Chicago is almost a century old and has since preserved the original brickwork, wood inserts and floors. The new owners of the apartment wanted to make it more versatile and welcoming, and add interesting elements and bright decor to the interiors. The designer decided to play with contrasts: the beautiful texture of…

In this renovated apartment in a 19th-century house in Madrid, designers have mixed up perhaps the most incompatible elements and styles. Rough brick wall and old wooden beams on one side and refined stucco and moldings on the other – the very base of the premises speaks about serious contrasts. But the most important feature…

Interior designers Xavi and Ignasi live in this eclectic, creative and interesting apartment in Barcelona. At first glance, the interiors seem too chaotic, but with each attentive glance, new layers and facets are revealed. It is based on tiles, doors and stucco moldings of the late 19th century, it was at this time that the…

The hotel or rather the guest house The Darling on Amager Square in the very heart of Copenhagen can be called truly Danish not only because of its characteristic interiors, but also because it houses a showroom of Danish design. The space of the hotel resembles an apartment you have visited: a lot of textiles,…