This apartment is located in a unique pre-war apartment house in the center of Moscow, Russia, that was built in 1911 by a famous local architect. Nevertheless, you can’t tell this immediately by the interiors which reveal a mix of loft space and modern elegant New-York-styled apartments. But of course, historical charm of the house still influenced the design, with old walls, gorgeous original doors and windows being preserved. Excellent integration of modern design into the old architecture!
Today we have very cool, but also, smart and filled with interesting solutions apartment of 47 sqm in Gothenburg. Just look at main living area: a light partition divided the space of the living room and hallway – simple and brilliant decision! By the way, the living room is decorated in white while the bedroom is completely black. And the brick wall in this home does not feel trivial at all, but very much to the point. Great design!
In order to have more light and spacious dwelling, the new owners of this duplex apartment in Madrid had to say goodbye to some architectural elements that remained from the previous owners. Many partitions were dismantled (now there is a lot of open space), a cumbersome spiral staircase replaced by a more concise one in white, and old walls were renovated with paint. Sometimes it’s really better not to complicate!
Two-level apartments have some special charm and comfort. It’s like a small house in the city. So this light ground floor loft in Gothenburg, Sweden, makes only pleasant impression. On the first level, there is a kitchen, a bathroom and a small living room, and the upper floor is occupied by spacious bedroom. Two spaces are connected by a huge window and a brick wall, which makes the home look very organic. Great living!
This beautiful renovation of a 200-year-old country house is a perfect example of a bright and cozy modern family home. Contrasts of styles and textures are everywhere: rough wooden beams and brick walls perfectly coexist with elegant modern furniture and soft decor in pastel tones. The interiors feel so warm and welcoming. Enjoy!
You don’t always need to have a lot of brickwork in your interior. This pretty Swedish apartment features only a small fragment of the brick wall, but the home got much more interesting and expressive look thanks to this. Add some more contrasting dark accents here, and you will get a bright and stylish accommodation at the exit, even with a small budget. Enjoy watching!
Loft spaces are rarely bright. Usually, they are decorated in muted colors and black accents. But in this Brooklyn two-story loft, there is a bright mix of industrial style and tropic touches. The apartment has a lot of greenery and light, eventually combined with wooden elements, it seems that the house is located in the subtropics, and not in the middle of the urban jungle. This impression is further enhanced by the huge windows and a spacious balcony. Very fresh look for a loft!
As we know, the best design is the one that goes in harmony with architecture. For example, loft spaces can not be created in regular apartment buildings with low ceilings and small rooms. For such interiors, old warehouses or converted old factory buildings are needed. So this London apartment in the former industrial building has many of their loft space elements and here it was completely justified. We would also like to admit some authentic features of this stylish home: juicy colorful furniture in the living room, a grand piano in the bedroom, metal medieval doors. Beautiful project!
The key to success of almost any design lies in harmony and sometimes harmony can be achieved by playing on contrasts. This bright London townhouse is a good example: interiors combine elements of a country style and loft-themed objects. A similar story with colors: beige and gray are mixed with yellow, gold and brick. There was a place for furniture in the style of the 60’s, bright paintings and unusual lamps. If you look closely at the details, then the interiors can be thought as eclectic, but if you look at the big picture, you feel only the comfort and the fact, that everything is done with love and heart in this home. Wonderful!
This modern London townhouse has some not quite typical of the English style, but very trendy features: brick walls and dark surfaces. But still, there are enough of traditionally English things in the interiors: the beautiful classical fireplace, a bay window in the living room, private courtyard accessible from the kitchen, and some pieces of English furniture. All together the home turned out to be very expressive and stylish!