All posts with tag:apartment

What is the surest way to create a retro atmosphere in any interior? Of course, these patterns and prints first of all. This modern apartment in Moscow is a great example: curtains in the living room, geometric tiles in the bathroom, wallpaper in the hallway perfectly support the concept of the 50s style, which designers…

Among the advantages of this wonderful apartment in Stockholm are not only high ceilings and an open plan, but also a corner layout with large windows on two walls. You can only imagine how much natural light enters the premises throughout the day. Even the mezzanine floor looks very bright, despite the fact that it…

Bright space, beamed ceilings, ethnic prints and sculptures – it seems that we ended up in a house in the Himalayas. But actually this is a city apartment, which is located in the West Village area in the heart of Manhattan. The design is based on unusual paintings and ethnic decor, they helped create a…

This charming little apartment is located on the top floor of the building, as they say ‘closer to the clouds,’ and perhaps, that is why the designers decided to make the interiors airy and very bright. First, all the walls, floor and ceiling were painted white, in addition, upholstered furniture, kitchen and table were also…

Today we have a loft-style home, and this time it’s an apartment in a former bakery in Stockholm. Once they made sweets in this building, but now it is a modern complex of wonderful, bright, industrial-style homes with large windows and balconies. This apartment is the smallest of all, only 55 sqm, but the nature…

For us, Sergey Ogurtsov is definitely among the three best designers in the post-Soviet countries. A great sense of style, refined sophisticated taste, elegant modern interiors with Western aesthetics – each of his projects can adorn the cover of any interior magazine. Sergey’s new work – an apartment in one of Moscow’s skyscrapers – is…

This Swedish apartment attracts from the first photo, and one of the main reasons for this is that there is practically nothing from the typical Scandinavian home. But the space is filled with interesting vintage details, the wall in the living room is decorated with expressive floral wallpaper, and the central element of the home…

Non-standard color solutions can change the interior beyond recognition. The basic decoration of this apartment in Sweden is wood, light colors and white windows. Without interspersed colors, the interior space would be too boring and predictable, but the designer skillfully used combinations of lilac, turquoise and green shades. They found embodiment in wall decoration, textiles…

You can find almost all shades of gray in the design of this apartment in an old house in Stockholm, but you definitely can’t call the space is boring or mediocre. The designer worked very well with the midtones and, with the help of their variety, emphasized the noble and graceful character of the rooms…