All posts with tag:moldings

Paris never ceases to amaze. Besides the o the myriad of exquisite apartments in old houses and charming hotels that we often talk about here on the blog, in this incredible city, you can meet such wonderful secluded homes. An old mansion with its own garden and interiors in magnificent French classics seems to take…

In this small apartment located in a 100-year-old building in Stockholm, designers have relied on a rich classic wall decor made of moldings and panels made in contrasting black and white to give character to the interiors. In general, it can be noted that classic objects prevail in this design: wallpaper and a chair in…

This apartment in Madrid is filled with sophisticated taste in every detail – its owner, interior designer Lucia Marinas has shown all her skills to create such a beautiful space. Classic wall moldings have become wonderful backdrops for sophisticated contemporary furniture and soft color scheme. Gold details, marble and original wall panels in the dining…

It’s no secret that Parisians are very lucky with their architecture: magnificent historical buildings throughout the city have been pleasing the eyes of the capital’s inhabitants for centuries and, no doubt, will do it for a long time to come. Everything is also awesome with interiors – apartments in such houses are usually not much…

Today we have something fresh. This Swedish apartment perfectly combines traditional Scandinavian design and the peach color of the walls, so beloved in our countries. In combination with classic panels, ceiling cornices, stylish modern posters and furniture, this shade looks quite interesting and cool. Hope you’ll like it!

We have been following the work by wonderful designer Katerina Lashmanova since 2014 when we first posted a beautiful house in Moscow suburbs on her project. It was interesting to observe how the Katerina’s style and design vision evolved over time: if initially, we admired her classic spaces, her projects lately have become more sophisticated…

When collector Alex Zafano ran out of free space on the walls for his collection of art objects, he decided to move to a more spacious home – an apartment on the second floor of a beautiful modernist building in the center of Barcelona. Now he has enough space for life and work, here he…

The small area of this one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm did not become a barrier to the stylish and elegant interior design. Gray walls with moldings and a high white skirting board were seasoned with exotic plants and gold accessories – a hint of art deco is obvious. A wonderful mix of styles and trends in…

The solid age of the building in the center of Warsaw, in which this apartment is located, did not become an obstacle to filling the space with bright and bold furniture and decor. The old tiled stove of juicy green color in the center of the living room became the starting point in the design…

Despite a modest area of ​​56 sqm, the designers were not afraid to use a rather dark color scheme as the basis for the design of this one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm. Here, not only the walls but also the ceiling, doors and cabinet furniture have a graphite shade, only light textiles and wall decor slightly…