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!
In the 18th century, this magnificent palace in the heart of Lisbon served as a summer residence for nobles, and its architecture is still an important city’ historical property. The architect Tiago Patricio Rodríguez faced a difficult task: to adapt the old house to the realities of the 21st century with the help of modern design so that it does not lose its authenticity. Great project!
To create the interiors of this apartment in Barcelona, Russian designers Oleg Klodt and Anna Agapova started at the stage of buying real estate – the client wanted to have a home with an interesting and functional plan. The architecture of this apartment in the heart of the city is just gorgeous: ceiling moldings, floor mosaic, original doors and handles. However, the former color scheme of decoration was gloomy. The designers added white and pastel colors, decorated the rooms with vintage furniture, and the apartment played with new colors. A wonderful mix of vintage and modern!
The classical architecture of London is so magnificent that it is usually carefully restored and preserved with great love. But this Edwardian townhouse in the center of the English capital is very special. Yes, the historical character of the building and the wall decor were also ssvaed here, but the interior spaces were filled up with completely bold and unexpected design elements and solutions, creating a very unusual eclectic home. What do you think of a “broken” staircase, a bedroom under a roof or a red bathroom? You did not expect to see such interiors in London!
Many styles and trends in interior design are short-lived and quickly out of fashion. But there is a classic that will never get boring, and that still causes admiration even after many years. Among such interiors are French apartments that appeared during the period of the intensive building of Paris by Baron Haussmann in the late 19th century. This magnificent apartment in Lyon is an excellent example of just such housing: abundant moldings on the walls and doors, high ceilings and windows to the floor, an elegant fireplace. Even modern furniture in such spaces looks great!
Although this apartment in the center of Barcelona was meant for renting, the designers of Miriam Barrio studio approached the reconstruction project with full seriousness. Well, you could not do the other way, when you have such a beautiful apartment in the old modernist house with a great history and architectural heritage. Not surprisingly, one of the main objectives was to preserve the original elements of the decor, such as moldings, tiles, parquet. But interiors turned out to be quite modern and stylish with some original solutions – look at this cool wooden construction in the kitchen. Ideal rental apartment for those who want to discover the best of Barcelona!
Gray color in interior design ago quickly got into the world of design, and still remains at the leading positions, especially in the works by Scandinavian designers. It is very light, relaxing, and importantly a stylish color that is suitable for different styles and types of rooms. Interiors in the gray scheme always look trendy and beautiful, just like this two-bedroom apartment in Sweden. Enjoy watching!
Architecturally, this Lyon apartment continues fine traditions of French design – the walls are decorated with characteristic moldings and stucco, there are also floral wallpapers. But here we have a quite unexpected color palette as the home is dominated by a variety of shades of green. The fact is that the building literally drowns in the greenery of a large city park and the owner really wanted this to find a reflection in the design. It turned out to be a very interesting and memorable dwelling!
Active wall decor in the form of moldings and stucco looks good only within the appropriate architecture and ceiling height, and that is why designers from the studio Zasutsky Architects decided to use such techniques while working on the project of this apartment. The home is located in a historic Stalinist house in the center of Kiev, so the chosen theme of modern French apartments was just in place. Restrained, but expressive interiors are filled with exquisite decor items and bright accents. Great work!
Designers of French studio GCGArchitectes have a great talent to take a classy Parisian apartment and make small masterpieces of modern design out of it. Their signature style – bold color accents and unique wallpapers – are easily recognized in the interior of this bright Parisian apartment that they finished recently. Hope you’ll also like it!