Instead of building a new home from scratch, studio Hoedemaker Pfeiffer studio offered renovation of an old beach cottage with an extension, in order to preserve the authentic spirit and atmosphere of the home. Since the house is located near the beach on Whidbey Island in Washington State and is used by the owners as a holiday home for the weekend, most of the windows in it are oriented to beautiful sea views. There is also a terrace with soft outdoor furniture, where, it seems, you can spend hours enjoying nature in a good company. Perfect setting!
Iceland is one of the most unusual countries in the world, with a bad weather and many unique natural wonders. Tourists go here for unforgettable emotions and unity with nature. And this lonely wooden cottage with a black facade at the foot of the volcano is perhaps the best accommodation for such a place on Earth – you will never forget such a holiday. The interiors are decorated in atmospheric dark colors, adding even more drama to the overall impression. Magical!
If you try to imagine an ideal surfer home, there is a big chance it will look exactly like this small white cottage in Richmond, Virginia. Here, every piece of interior and every inch of the surface speaks of the owner’s main love – the sea and riding on the waves. On the walls – only sea and beach pictures in frames, textiles and decor – of course, in a white and blue scheme. Nice budget living!
Although the Swedes have their favorite colors – gray and white, the interiors of this particular country cottage in Sweden are filled with warm natural shades. Inside this scheme, vintage elements, such as an aged cabinet in the living room, sack textile and small wooden decor, look organic. Warm and cozy home!
If you really think the spring is too cold this year, then just watch photos of this wonderful Scandinavian winter cottage. The abundance of cushions and warm plaids, natural wood in many different forms, a wood-burning fireplace and candles – all this looks very soft and cozy. And what an interesting decor! Enjoy!
Wood, natural textiles, and color palette give so much warmth and coziness to this winter cottage in Norway, that you would definitely want to spend some unforgettable days in such a beautiful place. Despite the cold climate in this area, the house has very large windows and it’s really wonderful, as outside there really is something to look at. In the interiors, touches of modern Scandinavian design are felt, which adds a little elegance to this wooden home. Ideally!
Black outside, white inside – this recipe works great in this cozy wooden cottage, where one family from Sweden found its harmony. Despite the strict and gloomy facade (by the way, black houses are common in Scandinavia), the interiors are very bright and filled with light, with owners’ personal decor pieces creating real warm family nest here. Hope you’ll like it!
The family from Moscow has long dreamed of own dacha (‘country cottage’ in Russian), they knew for sure that it would be a house made of wood, cozy, comfortable and warm. And a few years ago they finally had the opportunity to buy a wooden house in the suburbs, but inside it was empty, so it needed a lot of work to do. To help with the interior design owners invited Veronika Sudnikova, who taking into account all client’s desires and requirements, could make the family’s dream come to life. Let’s step inside this very beautiful home!
This wooden cottage is located in the woods of Alabama right on the lake shore and used to be a fishing cabin. But in such a picturesque place you want not only to fish, but also to enjoy the solitude of nature – so the owners decided to convert the small house into a comfortable weekend home for two or a small company. The cottage had to be slightly expanded, but the atmosphere of a simple wooden cottage and with its charm and coziness was preserved inside. Great project!
Scandinavian style is loved all over the world, its influence is felt even in Australia, despite the fact that the climate in this part of the world is completely different. This cottage near Melbourne looks like typical Scandinavian home and would look more common in a severe Norwegian forest with its black and white scheme, clean lines and minimalist design. By the way, the house is rented and is ideal for quiet holidays outside the city.