All posts with tag:mid century

Mid-century style has taken on a new dimension in the design of this home in Australia. The designer chose an interesting color scheme based on a combination of green, brown and terracotta – the inspiration for such a palette was the plants and shrubs surrounding the house. Another striking feature is the curved shapes in…

This modern surfer’s home is located by the ocean next to a popular beach in Santa Cruz, California. It is interesting that on the outside and inside the residence is finished with a special wood – Monteray Cypress salvaged, which grows just in these places. Despite such a monotone base, the interior design is very…

Watching the sunny interiors by American brand Anthropologie always gives a good mood and a big portion of inspiration. The signature style of the company, which implies bright colors and active prints, creates a feeling of eternal summer and warms the soul. The new Anthropologie collection was no exception and only supported the general concept…

When an American studio takes on the design of apartments in an old European house, the result is pretty attractive – as we can see in this pleasant apartment in Berlin. Of course, the designers were inspired by the magnificent historical architecture of the building, and they used vintage Italian furniture and French mid-century details….

Sivak & Partners studio had a rather difficult task – to redesign an almost completed, but not very successful apartment by another designer. When the project started, this apartment in the very center of Kyiv, Ukraine, have already had parquet, a marble fireplace and ugly Venetian plaster. In this regard, the designers had to find…

It’s so fun to watch publications on Australian interior sites during the winter holidays. If in our part of the world Christmas and New Year are necessarily associated with snow, warm hats and knitted sweaters, then on the Green Continent the usual attributes are the beach, the sun and chocolate tan. This mid-century style house…

This apartment in a Soviet house built in the 1950s in the heart of Kyiv, Ukraine, has not been renovated for the past half century, and this, according to designers of Emil Dervish studio, was one of the important advantages of unit. The rooms retained the original ceiling with characteristic cornices, ancient radiators, as well…