Serene, noble, elegant and cozy – these words can be easily applied to describe this beautiful Stockholm apartment. Here the gorgeous antique bureau in the living room successfully coexists with austere modern armchairs, and stylish photos in frames do not argue with the original stucco on the walls. The color scheme, gentle and warm, just completes so cozy image of this home. Pure beauty!
Хозяева этой московской квартиры являются большими почитателями мебели Ralph Lauren Home, а также классического стиля в интерьере, поэтому сомнений насчет дизайн концепции их нового жилья не было. Когда они увидели портфолио Анастасии Сауткиной, сразу поняли, что нашли своего дизайнера – этот стиль стал для нее родным, поэтому согласование эскизов прошло очень быстро и при полном понимании. В итоге заказчики получили очень изысканный традиционный интерьер, спокойный, немного торжественный и в красивой цветовой гамме из осенних оттенков. Прекрасно!
Living room with a big library on two walls and a fireplace is certainly the central place in this cozy traditional French country house. It’s easy to imagine the owners spending most of their time at home here. Quite unusual to see so much wood in a French interior, nevertheless, it really looks great here, ensuring complete relaxation. Once again we admire gorgeous French design!
We really like Scandinavian interiors and often post them here. Usually, it is a city flat or apartment, while Swedish country houses are rare guests on the pages of our site. But recently we found a real little treasure – a wonderful villa in the suburbs of Stockholm, which was built at the beginning of the last century. The interiors are surprisingly traditional and impregnated with history, but at the same time refined and cozy. Lovely design!
The owner of this house all his life worked as CFO for a large company, but when retired, he wanted to be closer to nature. Together with his wife they found a half-ruined old farm in Tennessee and decided to make it their home. The main building had to be almost completely demolished and built in fact new, but the designer Barbara Westbrook gave interiors the charm of the past. Now the couple’s two sons and their wives visit often, along with three little grandkids, to spend an unforgettable time in a cozy parents’ nest.
What traditional English houses looked like a couple of centuries ago and what is classic English style – if you look inside this charmingly old cottage in the south-west of the UK, you will understand. After children grew up and left home, Paul and Kate decided to sell their townhouse in the city and move to a quiet village, closer to nature. A beautiful stone house of the 18th century was filled with heartful decor and things that are close to their heart. Enjoy!
Picturesque park and a quiet courtyard outside the window – honestly speaking, not the most typical set for a resident of New York, a city that is sometimes called “stone jungle.” But the owners were fortunate enough to own the apartment right next to the famous Gramercy Park in one of the most prestigious areas of the city. The family spent a long time looking for a house in which they could put down roots now they are sure that they found it here. Magnificent home with a stunning design!
Thanks to her clean and easy style, photographer Brittany Ambridge shoots some of the most beautiful living spaces around the world. Her portfolio feature homes of some of the world most known celebrities, including Coco Chanel’s Parisian apartment. Famous publishers such as New York Times, Vogue and AD have repeatedly published her photos over the past few years. We are happy to share Brittany’s best works with you today!
The old country house may be cozy and comfy, the main thing is to properly place the accents and fill the space with suitable items of the same spirit. This Spanish home is just such: nice, cozy, and most importantly authentic. Owners painted the walls and wooden beams in white, strengthened the floor, added rustic tiles and filled the house with objects with character. And now the old cottage is no longer dilapidated! The owners use this house as a weekend home, but it easily can become their permanent home soon. Indeed, there is something magical and inviting in it, for example, this wonderful garden, which in the evenings is filled with romantic lights. Wonderful!
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!