Aged wooden furniture and sofas, natural pastel colors, fireplace – in this Swedish apartment, designers managed to skillfully convey the atmosphere of an old country house. In the interiors, there was also a place of even few modern details – refined coffee tables in the living room, a large glass table in one of the rooms, paintings on the walls. The home turned out very unique and cozy!
The total area of this apartment in Kiev at first glance is quite large – 124 sqm, but it has its own layout features. The rooms here are distributed on three levels, with the last two floors being under the roof slope – all this impose some restrictions on the design, at the same time made the home very unique. Interiors are designed in minimalist modern style with loft details and elements of the Scandinavian style. Let’s have a look!
When the current owners bought this small apartment in London, the main and the only advantage was the location – just a few steps from the famous Regent’s Park. But the rest was not so positive: dilapidated interiors, an abandoned empty space and an uncomfortable atmosphere. The family lives in New York, but they love London very much of and often come here, so it was important to create a feeling of “home away from home” in the new apartment, but the interiors should also have been stylish and with character. And the studio Run For The Hills managed to do a great job!
Usually, an average city apartment has one balcony or a maximum of two, but in this Spanish apartment, there are as many as 7 of them! The thing is in the gorgeous historical architecture of the building in the center of Madrid, which was designed with many small French-style balconies throughout the facade. Interestingly, the interiors have a clear Scandinavian feel, with its minimalism and contrasts, although there are also elements of French and Spanish aesthetic. Wonderful city home!
How often Scandinavian apartments and houses are blamed for their greyness and coolness. But today’s flat in Stockholm seems like want to prove to everyone: Swedish interiors can be very warm and heartful. And the main reason is the color scheme – gentle shades of beige and brown in this home attract a lot of sunlight and envelop the residents with a warming comfort. Inspiring!
To understand the design concept of this small Moscow apartment of 53 sqm, we need to take into account that the owners live in another country, they come to Russia quite often, but rather as for a business trip. Hence the restrained and strict character of the interiors, which we usually see in modern hotels of Paris or New York. The color scheme matches – calm and cool gray shades are ideal for this kind of home. Great design!
The owner of this small apartment in Stockholm adores color. Therefore, right after she bought this home, she decided to repaint the walls in all the rooms to give each space its own atmosphere. For example, the living room is decorated in a beautiful unusual shade of peach color, at the same time a tiny kitchen and a bedroom are in darker colors. Such an interesting color design!
The Paris apartments are our long-standing and very strong love. This exquisite classic wall decor, herringbone parquet, refined pieces of furniture – the unique features of Parisian interiors cannot be confused with anything else. This apartment in the center of Paris is a good model of this unrivaled style and a vivid example of modern French design which is based on magnificent traditions. Pure beauty!
The ideal interior in our understanding is when the first-class design meets magnificent architecture. This is what happened in one apartment in Barcelona: here we have gorgeous space, plenty of natural light, and a great sense of style by designers from Meritxell Ribe. Enjoy!
Today we have quite an unusual apartment as there are very few of such living spaces in Moscow left. The fact is that the building where the apartment is located is more than 100 years old, and the original arched ceilings with a height of 4.5 meters were preserved in the rooms. At the same time, the interiors are decorated in a modern style with minimalistic furniture and in an unexpected black and white color scheme. Great project by studio Za Bor.