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Although this apartment of 60 sqm is located in an old 100-year-old house in the heart of Vancouver until recently you would hardly call it comfortable and cozy. The housing was in need of serious repair and alteration, as the space was gloomy and consisted of small dark rooms. Looking at today’s photos, it’s hard…

This small loft in Sweden is decorated in dark colors, but the designers approached the selection of the shade seriously – the color of the walls is not just black or graphite gray, but atmospheric deep green of a few different shades. As for the style, here we have a mixture of typical Scandinavian and…

The Scandinavians should be stylish. It seems that the concept of “stylish interior” was born somewhere in Sweden or Norway. If this is a Christmas decor, then it must be in harmony with the whole space and be its natural complement. In this modern apartment in an old house in Oslo, there is very little…

Recently, especially in Scandinavian design, a style is gaining popularity, in which an interior reminds modern art galleries, while a variety of sculptures and other creative objects play the role of decor. This apartment in the center of Stockholm is a vivid example: a sofa with a characteristic rounded shape, stone cubes as chairs, an…

In this apartment in 19th-century building in Sweden, space is very well planned out. The entrance hall flows into a large room with a kitchen, dining room and living room. The master bedroom and the kids room are separate from this zone, and an extra bed is located on the mezzanine. There you can get…

How can one not like Scandinavian design looking at the photographs of this beautiful apartment in Goteborg? Here, the classic design details received a new modern look, and this only revives and enhances the popularity of historical housing in our time. Speaking of the building – the apartment is located in the architectural monument in…

Usually, rental apartments are designed in neutral shades, so that housing does not frighten potential client who usually wants to add personality on their own. Designer Ksenia Kovaleva decided to go a little bolder when she designed this spacious apartment in Moscow (140 sqm), and introduced interesting pastel shades into the color scheme, leaving the…

Designer Vladimir Berezin did everything right – this small one-bedroom apartment in an old house in St. Petersburg needed such kind of design. Herringbone parquet as if in a Paris apartment, ceiling cornices emphasizing the height of the walls, unique wallpaper with moldings in the bedroom and white color – it turned out to be…