All posts with tag:minimalism

Interiors of this style are ideal for a comfortable stay of a young family, especially in conditions if the renovation needs to be done quickly. Cozy minimalism – this is how we can characterize the design of this bright apartment in the center of St. Petersburg, which dwells on calm light colors, natural shaded floor…

The new Ace Hotel in Kyoto, Japan, was fortunate enough to be housed in a building with a rich history. It was built in 1926, before there was a shopping center, and before that – the headquarters of the Central Telephone Company of Kyoto. The hotel’s design turned out to be more European, but Japanese…

For some reason, many are convinced that an interior designer must realize the maximum of interesting design ideas in his or her home and necessarily fill it with bold colors. Indeed, it often happens that the interiors of designers are an unusual eclectic mix of colors and textures. But many designers often tend to the…

The owners of this wooden cabin in Finland have recently been fortunate enough to acquire an entire island. Without palm trees and white sand, but also secluded and own. We must pay tribute to the new owners, as they built here a beautiful modern summer home, which is fully self-sufficient: the house uses solar energy,…

Tall buildings for Stockholm are a rarity because the vast majority of homes here are low-rise buildings no higher than 6 floors. But skyscrapers still come across sometimes, and in 2018, an unusual residential skyscraper appeared near the center, which immediately became one of the highest buildings in the capital of Sweden. The house has…

As we know, minimalism underlies Japanese philosophy and interior design in particular, which is why it blends perfectly with the Scandinavian style. In recent years, there has even been a trend towards a mix of these two design schools. Today we have a top-quality example of this trend – a stylish modern apartment in St….

The beautiful open interiors of this modern apartment in Stockholm radiate freshness and bathe in pleasant sunlight. This effect was possible thanks to the beautiful and trendy green shade of the walls, as well as spacious open rooms with huge windows. The interiors are designed in a more concise modern manner, even the stucco moldings…

In the Netherlands, not only churches are converted into housing, but also old school premises. Today we have a loft apartment in one such house in Amsterdam, which was once a school. Huge windows on two sides and ceilings of more than 5 meters provide an abundance of daylight, and light shades in the design…

Today we have a more modern and rigorous version of the Scandinavian home. There are no stucco moldings on the walls, high ceilings and old stoves, because the apartment is located in a newly built house in Gothenburg, and not in a historical building, like most Swedish apartments on our website. The interiors here are…