It’s hard to believe, but this modern home in Toronto just a few years ago was not at all like what we see now. The old building with classical interiors did not suit its new owners’, a young art-loving family’s needs. But after a big reconstruction, which took 18 months, now everything is different: bright and refined modern interiors, large windows, various colorful paintings and accents. Very stylish home!
This magnificent apartment in the 18th-century building once served as a residence for the ambassador of the last Russian tsar. Now it is a private abode of a historic architecture admirer who recently decided to breathe new life into this unique accommodation, making it comfortable for modern life. Nevertheless, in the renovated interiors there was a place for many original details that were carefully preserved or restored: parquet, marble fireplace, stucco and moldings. What a beauty!
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!
This exquisite home in the suburbs of Moscow is located in the middle of golf courses, where landscapes offer a virtually infinite horizon. This fact predetermined the design concept for this modern residence, which is based on clean lines and sense of space. The interiors here are very bright and airy, without too many details, smoothly flowing from on to another. Special attention in the decoration was paid to stucco and wall decor, which emphasize the height of the ceilings and add even more elegance to the home. Wonderful project by architect Peter Yushin!
To create an apartment with Paris charm in other countries than France is not an easy task at all, given the unrivaled historical architecture of the French capital. But for Russian decorator Katya Gerdt, France became the second home: here she completed several projects, she often comes here for inspiration. In recent years, Katya has been making fewer trips to Paris then before, so it was decided to bring Paris to her own home: her new Moscow apartment was inspired by the charm of famous Paris apartments. Such a nice and organic home!
Colombe Campana is rather an extraordinary person, as everyone who works in the fashion industry. A graduate from one of the best fashion schools in Paris, she recently took the position of art director for famous clothing brand Tara Jarmon. It is clear that such people simply can not live in a regular and unremarkable home and her apartment in the French capital really stands out. The main feature of it – all sorts of colorful accents in furniture and decor, which are intertwined in stylish and joyful combinations. And if you add here a beautiful historical architecture, you will get a really bright and memorable home. Enjoy!
Not everyone loves modern interiors, but classic ones are often associated with the museum-like space and are not quite suitable for modern life design. This apartment in Stockholm – an example of a noble, elegant classics, that is not only nice to watch but also wants to live in it. Luxurious wall decor and retro fireplace are small works of art that remind of the grandeur of architecture of the past. Sumptuously!
It seems that the architecture of Paris is so beautiful that even with minimal interference of a designer, housing in this city will be very elegant and beautiful. So in this wonderful apartment designers did not come up with anything supernatural, they only emphasized the structure of the magnificent old house with the help of moldings and stucco, and also added elegant modern furniture to the interiors. The result is amazing!
If Scandinavian interiors can be easily recognized by white color, IKEA furniture and the absence of curtains, the Parisian apartments are also guessed from the first photo thanks to a unique architecture, magnificent stucco moldings and a chevron floors. In addition, Paris designers adore eclecticism, and this large apartment is no exception. Mix of different styles, contrasting and bold color combinations, elegant wall decor and accessories – the interiors stand out with an abundance of objects and solutions, you to explore this home again and again. Enjoy!
The owner of interior store Casa Lopez in Paris Pierre Sauvage is a non-ordinary person, and this relates to his home as well. His previous apartment did not satisfy him just because it was built “only” slightly over 100 years ago. Therefore, as soon as he found a grandeur classical 18th century apartment in the heart of Paris, he immediately moved in without thinking. In the new home everything is exactly like he dreamed: magnificent space, high ceilings, stucco molding, and most importantly – the breath of history. Enjoy!