The interior of this one-bedroom apartment in Sweden is inspired by classic English design, and it is possible that the owners are big fans of it. The characteristic furniture of classical forms, checkered upholstery of armchairs and pillows, lamps and a fireplace – all this is a usual set of almost any traditional English house. But no, it’s just an ordinary and not even the biggest Swedish apartment. Excellent decorator’s work!
You can’t have too much of color – designer Jessica Buckley was perhaps guided by this principle, when she was creating the interiors of the beautiful townhouse in Edinburgh. The walls here are painted in the most vivid and rich shades, such as blue, red, pink, and the whole picture is complemented by all kinds of colorful paintings, textiles, wallpaper. Excellent and cheerful version of the traditional English design!
If you was not really a fan of classical interiors then there is a great chance that after viewing the portfolio of English designer Guy Goodfellow you can fall in love with this style, or at least look at it in a new way. Guy is a true master of traditional English design, his projects are always sophisticated and elegant, filled with life, abundant of interesting entourage, but at the same time not overloaded. This interiors are timeless!
Chalet is one of the few types of present-day buildings that honor the past and do not hesitate of their roots. Almost always chalet interiors are above the time and history and it is impossible to tell whether the photographs were taken yesterday or 100 years ago. This traditional alpine house in the Swiss village of Verbier is just such – cozy and “like from the past”. One can be fond of modern design or Scandinavian minimalism, but such interiors will delight the eye anyway!
A home for a modern family can be classic, but at the same time with a spark – today we have an excellent example of this. When the owners bought this old house, it needed an urgent renovation. But the family decided to take the original classic design as the basis, and only to let more light into the space and make it brighter with details. Of course, the home has some modern touches in design, but in essence the interiors are rather traditional. What a lovely and warm dwelling!
Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian – the architecture of London bears the names of great English kings and, probably, that is why its greatness has survived to this day. This beautiful townhouse belongs to the latter. The owners have been living here for 12 years, but after recently their youngest son went to University, they started a big renovation. Renewed interiors got more light, air, and color, but most importantly – they are still in perfect harmony with the magnificent architecture. We invite you to step inside!
There is a big chance that many years ago a mountain chalet for important people looked exactly like this. Just look at this scale and on the magnificent traditional interiors – here it is very easy to get lost in time and dissolve in cozy luxury. The creators of this home purposely emphasized the classic design, because the chalet in its original image is the most beautiful thing that alpine design can give. And what do you think?
In New York, it’s hard to surprise anybody with just a good hotel with a quality design, because here people have seen everything. But the newly opened Beekman Hotel rightfully took a special place among the diversity of hotels of this trendiest city in the world. The fact is that the building itself has a great cultural value and an important historical heritage for New York, and recently it was officially designated city landmark. In reimagined interiors designer Martin Brudnizki tried to reflect and highlight the rich 135-year history of this unique place.
Good old English classic interiors are something that never fades with time. This is perhaps one of the most durable and timeless style and trend in design. True English classics are never boring and is loved not only by people of respectable age but also often by young and progressive. Today we have another excellent example of just such a design – a cozy traditional cottage in the county of Hempreshire. As a bonus – touches of festive decor in decoration!
Classic interiors designed by Alexander Doherty are simply gorgeous, they inspire not only respectable and experienced people but also young admirers of beautiful design. Alexander was born in England, studied in France and Italy, now lives and works in New York – he managed to absorb the best of the old and new worlds in order to create spaces that are out of time. Hope you’ll love his portfolio!