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Renowned interior designer Louis Bustamante has created a real mini-museum feel in his Madrid apartment. Louis has long been fond of art, so the pieces of his collection have taken their rightful place in the interiors. And the appropriate environment has been chosen for them: the space is replete with expensive furniture, marble, mirrors and…

Nest MGallery hotel is located not in the center of Paris, but in La Defense, the main business center of the French capital. Despite this location, the interiors do not look austere and conservative; on the contrary, designer Oscar Lucien Ono made them as unusual as possible. Oscar Ono was inspired by the design group…

The interiors of this newly renovated townhouse in Brooklyn look brand new. Stepping inside, guests find themselves in a bright, spacious living room with a fireplace, which immediately sets you in a calm mood. Further there is a gorgeous white kitchen with a marble countertop – a paradise for a lover of cooking and kitchen…

Colors created by nature are great companions in any interior. And in this Seattle house, a diverse and very beautiful palette was used. Milky walls and a wooden floor were chosen as a base, and then a real color extravaganza awaits us: salmon, coral, olive, emerald, blue, lilac – all shades are very refined and…

Netherlands and Australia are separated by more than 15 thousand kilometers, but this did not stop designers from creating a Flemish-style house in Melbourne, but with a modern aesthetic. The interiors with dark accents remind of the Edwardian and Dutch Renaissance, and the rear extension recreates the Dutch facade of the house. In addition to…

Pamela Makin, the designer of this Sydney home, described the project as ‘a sophisticated European influence.’ And, indeed, the design resembles Italian or Spanish timeless interiors. For the interiors, Pamela chose muted colors and expensive materials. Against the background of white, beige and gray, geometry (arches, portals, stucco molding) and black contrasting furniture played perfectly….

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…