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In the past, in this building in the famous London district of Notting Hill, there was a hotel, but after a large-scale renovation, the house turned into a residential unit. This apartment covers an impressive area of ​​230 sqm, it is still for sale, but the designers have made a demo version of interiors for…

This late 19th-century three-story home in Sydney was converted into a tenement house in the 1920s, but the current owners bought it out and made it their own. The building inherited from the Victorian era an elegant facade with openwork forged railings. In contrast to such a luxurious exterior, the owners, together with the designer,…

The design of this two-level penthouse in the center of Stockholm is not very typical as for Scandinavian homes. Swedes love naturalness, light colors and vintage furniture. But this apartment is a mixture of classic, contemporary and Scandinavian style – in a word, eclectic, but how spectacular. The designer uses noble color combinations: shades of…

A couple of architects from Belgium designed a house for themselves and their two daughters. In addition to the traditional premises, there is a studio office and a sauna in a separate building. The owners chose a simple design and interesting high-quality materials for finishing: wood, lime tuff, marble, terrazzo, and at the same time,…

The interiors of this Sydney apartment exude serenity and confidence. Delicate milky colors go well with modern furnishings in muted colors and decor in the form of books and glass vases. There are also subtle elements of the Art Deco style here: curved arches, lattice windows, gold fittings and lamps in the spirit of the…

This magnificent Victorian brick house with openwork trellises and stained-glass windows is located in the Armadale area of ​​Melbourne. The owners left the original facade of the historic building intact, but add a more modern annex to it. The same happened with this house. The original high ceilings make the space airy and light, while…

Making a large space functional is often not difficult, but planning a small apartment wisely is always a challenge. The designer of this Stockholm apartment did really a great job on this. The unit of 49 sqm is conventionally divided into three zones. A tiny entrance hall and a bathroom with a shower, a full…

The design of this Victorian house in London is a real mix of colors, textures and styles. Industrial windows and doors here quite coexist with Art Deco elements in the bedroom, and the noble colors of wood, greenery and autumnal nature are quite combined with bright yellow furniture and decor and patterned wallpaper. The texture…

According to designer Sasha Gamolin, marble for terrazzo in the kitchen and bathroom in this Minsk apartment was brought from the Urals and carefully laid by hand – it looks really awesome! Among other solutions, we would like to mention custom-made wooden furniture, as well as elements of loft style, such as concrete surfaces and…

Modern furniture of unusual shapes perfectly coexists with the classic details in this house in Sydney. It was built in 1909 and has since survived many owners, each of whom brought something of their own to the interiors. The current owners wanted to preserve the original features of the house: columns, wooden panels, doors, stained-glass…