Black, white, gray and brown – this combination is increasingly becoming a classic for Scandinavian interiors. It is universal, but brown, beige or copper imparts warm to the room. It is this palette that was used in this apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden. Opposite wooden and brick walls helped to diversify the space in the main room, uniting the living room and kitchen space. There is also a bedroom and a small guest room with a couch. The home looks very stylish and comfy!
Combining stucco molding, brick and bright colors in one space is a fresh and very original choice. This is exactly what makes the design of this apartment in Poland. Fireplace, parquet, boiserie panels and ceiling rosettes – this is an unquestionable reference to the classics, but it was decided to dilute the spaces with elements of loft style, bright furniture and non-standard accessories. Classic ceilings were decorated with black luminaries in an industrial style, guitars were placed next to the stucco on the walls, and the bath tube with legs has a stripe print. It is unlikely that there is another such a home in the world, as this project is completely unique!
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!
This hotel in the German town of Offenburg has a very symbolic name – Liberty. The thing is that the hotel is located in a unique building of the former prison, so the special memories for each guest are guaranteed. Loft style decor is perhaps the best choice for such a place: brick walls, open space foyer, industrial decor elements very well fit into the overall concept. Could you stay here for some days?
Another great example of a successful reconstruction of old non-residential premises. The house was built in the distant 1902 and was intended as a warehouse for a local textile factory, but recently stood abandoned. As it often happens, it is after the conversions of such kind of properties that unique living spaces are born. Now it is a stylish modern loft with spacious and bright rooms, high ceilings and two cozy private gardens. Is not it great!
The brick wall is not a new trend in the design and it feels already boring for some. But if you use it competently and in moderate quantities, you can still get a very stylish and memorable interior. In this Swedish apartment, the brick wall in the living room is very appropriate: high ceilings hint at the loft character of the space, also, only one wall is bricked, the rest are painted gray or white. The bedroom here is unexpectedly black with a secret extra place for sleeping on the mezzanine. Excellent city dwelling!
The George is a new hotel just 20 km from New York, in the town of Montclair, and this is the first joint project of the famous make-up artist Bobbi Brown and her husband Stephen Plofker. In the early 20th century this building was a private house, then in the 1940s a small hotel, now it is a modern and stylish boutique hotel with a special atmosphere. It offers bright and modern rooms with a retro touch.
This Brazilian loft was created to make the wow-effect to everyone who gets into it. High ceilings and an all-glass wall, which opens to breathtaking views of the bay and the local port – the living room space is incredible in every way. Impressive are also paintings and photographs in the huge frames that decorated the interiors of each room. Stunning project!
Since the layout of this Toronto loft initially was completely open, designers of STUDIO AC decided to design a separate bedroom in a rather original way. They literally installed it into the overall space, placing it in a cube of plywood and behind a white curtain. It’s worth mentioning that the bedroom entrance is decorated with an arched doorway, which nevertheless looks non-trivial. Functional and interesting home!
Today we have a selection of awesome masculine homes. One our opinion, the bachelor’s space is a kind of symbiosis of chaos and order where a man lives perfectly in some incomprehensible way. But allow us to destroy this only a partially truthful myth, showing you examples of 10 impressive bachelor apartments, which even girls can envy. Bachelor pad A cave for a man is a place where he can rest, regain strengths, analyze his wins and failures, and refresh to a new day or season. In such a place everything must build an appropriate atmosphere. Exactly this type of apartment was found in Sweden, which seems to be designed for a real Viking. 50 shades of his apartment Choosing the right color scheme is one of the most important aspects when designing a home for a man. Dark colors are the most popular with this choice. But using just […]