Not everyone loves modern interiors, but classic ones are often associated with the museum-like space and are not quite suitable for modern life design. This apartment in Stockholm – an example of a noble, elegant classics, that is not only nice to watch but also wants to live in it. Luxurious wall decor and retro fireplace are small works of art that remind of the grandeur of architecture of the past. Sumptuously!
In the past century, there was a hospital in this building located in the heart of Bruges, but now it’s a small and cozy Sintnik Hotel. The owners of the property state that the interiors combine the charm of the past and the comfort of the present, it is elegant, but at the same time with a character. There like both soft romantic rooms in white and blue tones, and more catchy, with red textiles and bright carpets. Breakfast is served in the small living room with an atmosphere of rather family gathering rather than a meal at the hotel. But this is the main purpose of Sintnik – to create a feeling of a home for the guests.
Though this beautiful family home is nominally a beach house (located on the coast near New York), there is a clear European feel in the interiors. The owners many times visited old Europe and adore its architecture, so they asked the Hernandez Greene to incarnate this love into the design of their family nest. Light, natural, but also elegant – these interiors are made for blissful relaxation and family harmony. Perfectly!
The home where your close relatives once lived is always a very emotional place. Amaya inherited this apartment in Bilbao from her grandmother but decided not to change everything, as she values memories of the past. The structural elements of the apartment and some elements of the furniture have been fully preserved in their original form and can tell a lot, as the owner says. Such a warm and hearty home!
The owner of this home in Atlanta has a great passion for old architecture. She watched this house for 15 years before it was put up for sale – and there was not a doubt whether to buy or not. But in order to return the beautiful English-style cottage to its former glory, she hired designer Shon Parker, who had to deal with several additions left from previous owners and update the interiors. The result is so beautiful!
Design studio from London JJ McCarthy did not try to reinvent the wheel. Their interiors honor traditional English design that we all love so much. And even if there are almost no modern trendy stuff, and the style can be described as an English classic, these living spaces look very harmonious and pleasing to the eye. Indeed, such design is timeless!
Ingrid and Victor for many years dreamed of a house in a quiet countryside, which would be surrounded by lush greenery. But a few years ago they decided that it was enough to dream, and built the house on their own. Yes, it was not easy, the process took a lot of time and effort, but as a result, the couple was able to make their long and such a sweet dream come true. We just cannot take our eyes from this amazing home!
In 2012, America’s East Coast was badly affected by Hurricane Sandy, many homes in a state like New Jersey were almost completely destroyed. This shore house is located exactly in this part of US and almost nothing remained of it after the mentioned events. But the owner designer Joe Lucas miraculously restored the house to its former glory and breathed new life into its interiors. Let’s have a look!
The magnificent new Mercer hotel is located in a 19th-century palace in the very heart of Seville, Spain. The hotel has only 12 rooms, but the scale and level of comfort here are truly royal. The marble staircase and the luxurious atrium, the heritage of the two-hundred-year-old palace, are side by side with modern vertical landscaping and a stylish contemporary bar. The rooms are both minimalistic and extraordinary, thanks to tapestries, carpets and stucco moldings. By the way, in some rooms has a terrace with a jacuzzi. Breakfast is served in the traditional Andalusian courtyard, and guests can relax on the roof, in the lounge area with a bar and swimming pool.
If Scandinavian interiors can be easily recognized by white color, IKEA furniture and the absence of curtains, the Parisian apartments are also guessed from the first photo thanks to a unique architecture, magnificent stucco moldings and a chevron floors. In addition, Paris designers adore eclecticism, and this large apartment is no exception. Mix of different styles, contrasting and bold color combinations, elegant wall decor and accessories – the interiors stand out with an abundance of objects and solutions, you to explore this home again and again. Enjoy!