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Loft style spaces are usually bold and brutal, and not always suitable for family living. But the owners of this New York apartment decided to combine elegant modern classics and industrial style. The main room of the house, the living room, is decorated in neutral colors, contrasting with wood and steel beams, brick wall and…

Architect Heather A. Wilson is famous for bringing back many old homes in Charleston, South Carolina. Working with historical architecture is her calling card and her most important passion in life. One of her latest projects is the reconstruction of the old carriage house for her family. Now, on the site of the once-abandoned utility…

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…

This spacious attic apartment in Sweden captivates with its thoughtful and cozy design. Brick walls contrast nicely with white vaulted ceilings and light-colored objects, while black furniture helps to set the accents. The basic colors are beautifully complemented by blue and caramel, and, as is often the case in Swedish interiors, the entire decor is…

In Australia, if you pass by a beautiful historic house, then most likely its classic facade is the only preserved old part. There is a big chance that the house itself (the part invisible from the street) is designed in a modern style, the same applies to interiors. Today we have just such an example…

This incredible home on four levels and a rooftop terrace is located in the Clerkenwell area of ​​London. The building was built in the early 1900s and was originally used as a brewery. Now it is a smart and stylish urban dwelling. The building has not lost its industrial past, but organically framed with modern…

This lovely studio apartment of 50 sqm in Moscow is essentially an industrial space – the designers did not hide the original concrete and brick on the walls and ceilings. Nevertheless, white furniture and wall panels, as well as the light minimalistic decor, greatly softened the interiors, which do not look heavy, but on the…

The boutique hotel La Bionda on the Spanish Costa Brava has only eight rooms, but what how wonderful they are! The hotel is located in a 17th-century building, and designers decided to make this feature the basis for the concept. Vaulted ceilings, terracotta tiles, brick and raw walls combine with modern and vintage furnishings to…