This apartment of 90 sqm is located in one of the new residential complexes with modern architecture in the center of Moscow, and this dictated the design of interior spaces. The interiors turned out modern and sophisticated, designed in the spirit of the trendy New York or London homes, with bright and expressive details and accents. Look at this gorgeous big picture over the dinner table. Great design!
This is perhaps the most unusual of all farmhouses. Although in appearance, you can not say it: the simple facade of a 200-year-old house somewhere in the Scottish outback seems to have nothing extraordinary. But when you get inside, you immediately understand that this is the home of unusual creative people. And that’s true: here the designer of unusual rug Wendy Morrison lives with his family. The main theme of her design is oriental motifs and colorful prints – all this we can see in full in the design of interiors of the house. What a memorable home!
Today we would like to show you one more of our completed projects. In contrast to the project of the private house in Kyiv, which we finished in late 2017, this home is much smaller in size and scale – an apartment of 120 sqm in one of the Kyiv new high rises. One of the main challenges that we faced was the desire of clients to use their old furniture from the previous apartment in a new design. Spanish cabinets of dark wood and a desk in the living room, as well as a bed and a bedside table from the same collection – these were interior items that required a special approach, but we tried to find a harmonious place in the home for them. In addition, there were certain restrictions on the budget, therefore almost all the interior items in this project were from local Ukrainian brands.
The building where this apartment is located has its name and even own page on Wikipedia. Osborne apartments – a historical building in the center of New York, built in the distant 1885 and is a well-known architectural monument of the city. Perhaps in such a house, some expected to see luxurious classic interiors, but obviously not the owners of this home. The interiors of the apartment, although they have a classical base, are designed in a bright and slightly playful style with the use of colorful furniture and colors. Great design!
English decorator Ali Attenborough recalls that once at the age of 10 she built a house of lego and started decorating it with plasticine furniture and accessories. Then her love for interiors was born, which did not pass, but only intensified to this day. Now she is rather a successful decorator based in London, her works are published in leading interior magazines, but that young enthusiasm has not gone away – her works are still full of bright colors and playful mood. Enjoy!
We have to say that English style and colorful scheme are a very good combination for a renovated old house. This Victorian townhouse in London is just a vivid confirmation of this. There is no dominant color here, rather it is a mix of all possible summer tones. In a word, it’s a bright and memorable home!
When you have a house near the ocean in sunny Florida, it probably means that everything is perfect in your life. The cheerful interior of this small cottage only confirms this idea – colorful interior objects create here the atmosphere of an eternal holiday. It’s hard to believe, but recently there was an old shabby shack at this place. Great renovation project!
Idha Lindhag felt her love for photography as a child when she began experimenting with her old mother’s camera in family’s summer cottage in Sweden. It is interesting that she went to Italy to get a professional education, but this fact helped to expand her horizons and get more clients across Europe. Now Idha lives in Stockholm, but works all over the world and is one of the most sought-after Scandinavian photographers. Today we bring to your attention wonderful new works from her portfolio. Enjoy!
Scandinavian interiors are often blamed for dullness and monochrome, but this small bachelor apartment in Moscow is a completely different story. The owner lived in Denmark for some time and feels comfortable in Scandinavian minimalism. But in gray Moscow he really wanted more color, so that architect Boris Denisyuk filled the interior with touches of trendy pastel blue and pink. Despite the fact that the apartment is in a Stalin-era building and there was not much room for replanning, the living room and kitchen actually were united into one space. In general, this is a rather unusual colorful masculine dwelling.
It’s difficult to describe interiors by young English designer Beata Heuman in one word, and it’s even more difficult to refer them to any single style or design direction. Her spaces have a clear traditional English foundation, but further it’s an interesting mix of elements of different styles, epochs, as well as very bold color combinations. Enjoy the best of her delicious portfolio!