All posts with tag:creative

Paris is all about inspiration and this bold apartment was created by inspiration for sure. The furniture looks and feels so easy and bright – as if someone just created it here in passing. It may look rough, but it’s only the first impression, that quickly disappears. Then you realize that only the most creative…

Dedier Gomez recently celebrated 30 years of his design practice of creating beautiful furniture pieces and wonderful interiors. For now he is one of the most prominent and successful designers in Paris and France. Today we have a perfect opportunity to get inside his stunning Paris home. Enjoy!

Location is one of Hotel Moliere main treasures: only steps away from Paris’ famous Louvre, Palais Royal, Jardin des Tuileries. The hotel has theatrical spirit and was named after Jean-Baptiste Molière, legendary French actor and playwright. In this place you instantly get into the creative atmosphere and spirit of the city!

Design by award-winning studio Shalini Misra is not for everyone. And we are not talking about expensive materials and her high rates. These interiors are eclectic and extravagant, always with bold ideas and exclusive furniture pieces. That’s why every project is one of a kind and you will never find two similar interiors in their portfolio. Chief designer Shalini…

Caramel toned sofa and cool wallpaper with animals and plants are two very first (but not only) things that attract attention when you see this creative apartment in Paris. It is a home for fashion brand Sézane designer Morgane Sézalory and her family.  

Creative thinking and artistic approach are highly encouraged in Jeff Schlarb design studio. These young and very talented minds from San Francisco work mainly with classic interiors modernizing and refining them by adding some unique features and solutions. We are happy to share their bright portfolio with you. Enjoy!

This apartment of incredible beauty and aesthetic in New York pleases its owners and us with every photo. Stepping inside this home you find yourself in a fairy tale. A lot of allusions and parallels with contemporary art and with its classical heritage. It seems that one can walk from room to room day after…