All posts with tag:stucco

The biggest inspiration in old European apartments is their glorious architecture. This apartment in Barcelona is located in a house built in early 20th century, and from that time it inherited gorgeous ceilings. The designer decided to play on the contrast and mixed classic paintings and stucco with modern minimalist furniture and laconic decor. And…

It is believed that such home enhance the status of people living here and testify to their position in society. And indeed, looking at this gorgeous stucco on the ceiling and moldings on the walls, as well as paintings and art objects, it is difficult to imagine owners in crumpled pajamas or children running around…

The interiors of this apartment in the center of Barcelona are characterized by strict design and clean lines – only white and black tones, a minimum of furniture, laconic wall moldings. At the same time, the space inherited the original features from the building, which was built in the heyday of modernism. Huge windows, arched…

When the current owners first got into this historic mansion of 600 sqm in the heart of Lille, they fell in love with the magnificent classic details and the gorgeous wall decor. But the house was far from the modern realities of life, so they attracted the famous designer Sarah Lavoine to update the interiors…

The designers who worked on the project of this large apartment were faced with a difficult task: to restore classical architectural splendor in the estate, built in 1914 by the Catalan architect Alberto Fitz Lopez in the Salamanca district in Madrid. Due to numerous changes of owners and renovation works in the XX century, the…

This apartment is so elegant and gorgeous that the first thought that comes to mind when seeing the photos is “It must be Paris!”. But no, we have an apartment in the historic building of Copenhagen that was designed in the style of elegant modern classics. When you look at the owner, it immediately becomes…

The designer who worked on interiors of this Spanish apartment managed to create a comfortable and modern space without losing touch with the past. The home is very spacious: there are four bedrooms, two bathrooms and living rooms, a dining room, a kitchen and a long corridor. Painted ceilings, stucco, crystal chandelier and magnificent stained…

Opposites attract – this is probably the best definition of this unique apartment in the center of Rome. A gorgeous frescoed ceiling, a marble fireplace, and a range of modern furniture of vivid shapes and extraordinary modern paintings. All rooms are decorated in such an eclectic and very bold style. In addition to the impressive…

Scandinavians don’t only set the trend in modern interior design, they also know how to honor their traditions and preserve history. This magnificent apartment in Stockholm is located in the building of 19th century, which is an architectural monument and is protected by the state. Swedish designers who worked on the apartment interiors, preserved and…