Though designer Naja Munthe lives in the very heart of Copenhagen, every day she can enjoy the freedom that life outside the city can offer – her apartment has a wonderful private garden dipping in green where she relaxes with her family. As expected, the interiors are chic and stylish, in the best trends of Scandinavian design and with modern art objects in decoration. A beautiful house of a woman with good taste!
Designer Claudio Bitdinger-Gassen chose for this French apartment of 70 sqm unexpectedly bold color scheme: mostly dark shades, both in the main living room and in the only bedroom. Vintage leather sofa and black fireplace added even more drama to the interior. Not without the colorful splashes in decor: a bright carpet in the living room, pillows, books. Of course, not everyone would like to live in this apartment, but the design is definitely worth seeing!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov wanted to live only in the center of Moscow to be closer to his parents. Architecture, location, view from the window played a key role in the search, so Pavel has chosen a famous Bolshoi Theater workers house, which was built in 1954 and has a gorgeous facade with magnificent stucco. Inside, however, nothing said about historical greatness and there was no point in leaving anything. Pavel tried to create his own historical architecture and fill the home with things that theoretically could have been left by the former owners. Beautiful design!
Modern English style is gorgeous, especially in the works of such talented designers like Cherie Lee. Her fresh recent project of a modern apartment with an inner garden in London is a perfect illustration – a stylish, atmospheric space in which exquisite details play a decisive role. And the cozy garden is like a pleasant bonus for the owners of this magnificent dwelling!
Before the renovation it was a large open space, but interesting zoning and some architectural solutions made this Lyon apartment very unusual and cool. The mezzanine floor with two bedrooms and study was installed which now can be accessed from the living room. A guest bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom are located just under mezzanine floor, and the living room has double height ceiling. The decoration and finishing are just awesome: magnificent beamed wooden ceiling, fragments of a stone wall, as well as cool retro details. Such a wonderful apartment!
This small Swedish apartment has a rather complicated layout: no corridor, tiny kitchen and connected rooms. In addition, the total area of 46 sqm is not the most impressive. But the home attracts its lovely decoration and Scandinavian strict aesthetics, built on a monochrome gray scheme. Stylish and cozy living!
This apartment in Moscow, Russia, does not look like a typical feminine home although it was designed for a young woman. Neoclassic interiors are quite strict with clean lines, and the color scheme consists mainly of neutral calm tones – such a unisex space. In any case, the home is very elegant and stylish. Enjoy!
There is a spirit of art in this Stockholm apartment: paintings and photographs in frames occupy all walls in the living room, plenty of books in each room, artistic wall decor and high ceilings. The design here is generally modern, although some vintage details have been found in the decoration. Light and beautiful city home!
Pastel colors can be an excellent accent to a calm neutral interior. But in this lovely ground floor apartment in Netherlands, pastel shades are not just an addition, here they became the key decorative element that forms the look of the home. The pale light green walls in the living room are simply gorgeous, and the flamingo picture fits here ideally. Such a joyful modern home!
Wood and dark surfaces – this bachelor home in Chisinau, Moldova is very laconic and austere. Even the kitchen here is securely hidden, it’s not easy to understand where it is located. The living room resembles a modern private cinema with a comfortable leather sofa and a large screen on the entire wall. Brutal minimalism!