An old townhouse in East London needed an urgent but careful renovation – it was important to make the interiors feel modern and at the same time not to lose the spirit of antiquity. Designers from studio Chan + Eayrs decided to play with a variety of textures, natural materials and green elements. This home n0w is a real tactile paradise: soft velvet, rough wood and smooth marble – these materials are not only pleasant to touch, but also create an interesting and holistic image. There was a place for an old stove and firewood – this is the very reference to the past. And look how gorgeous is the bathroom – a tub in green marble and a sink made of stone. We can watch this pictures for hours!
Mixing traditional and modern design styles and elements in one space today is quite a popular choice by a designer, and it is no accident. Indeed, playing on the contrast of the old and new, you can achieve quite interesting results. In this beautiful Australian house, fancy modern furniture and one of a kind decor perfectly coexist in the rustic style architecture which is more common for a country cottage. And the home looks just gorgeous!
The Gray Hotel in Chicago provides stylish interiors and comfort at the highest level thought out to the smallest detail. Inspiration for the design was the famous Art Deco style, but the interiors are also full of contrasts. For example, guests are greeted by an elegant white marble hall and a staircase, and then they enter a dark bar-library. The are both light rooms of pastel colors, and dark ones. Such a game of opposites makes The Gray Hotel a place of attraction not only for tourists, but also for businessmen, politicians, and also weddings and conferences. Wonderful place!
The famous American fashion designer Jenna Lyons is now at the creative crossroads: last spring she left the position of a creative director in the J.Crew, where she spent more than 20 years, and has not yet decided what to do next. In this time of searching Jenna decided to redesign her beautiful SOHO apartment, which now is a mixture of feminine eclecticism with notes of glamorous modernism. Looks gorgeous!
Paris Handsome Hotel fully justifies its name. The designers managed to skillfully combine modernity and traditional Parisian chic in interiors decoration. Laconic gray and milky shades complement the whole army of bright colors: blue, mustard, pink, red, green. Also, designers played a lot with texture, prints, and light. What a wonderful and stylish place to stay!
Paris apartments have a special charm – even with a small size they are almost always practical, and beautiful. In this two-level apartment on the first level there is a living and dining areas, as well as a master bedroom. The kitchen is small, it fits in a small corner of the room and is hidden behind snow-white partitions. A beautiful gray-white range is nicely diluted with a blue sofa and a warm light of lamps. On the second floor, there is a guest bedroom and luxurious bathroom of black and white marble, which could be easily found in a palace or a five-star hotel. Stylish and interesting, as always happens in Paris!
It may be hard to think this magnificent villa in Italy is used as a private home, as it has a lot in common with a historical museum. Black and white marble floors, sculptures, paintings and luxurious chandeliers – all this beauty echoes the amazing views outside the window. The color palette consists of rich deep tones but it is a noble and majestic beauty. The private yard with a swimming pool overlooking the lake is just a dream!
Minimalist design can be cold and boring, but there cases when minimalism turns out to be stylish, elegant and interesting – just like in the new project by Ukrainian studio Nott Design. Designers managed to find the perfect mix of marble, wood, concrete and brass for the modern apartment in the city of Dnipro, Ukraine. The space is also well-planned: there is a public zone with open living and kitchen, and private area with two bedrooms. Great job!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Интерьер этого милого особняка в Испании сочетает в себе функциональность дома на побережье и современный стиль городского жилья. В гостиной дизайнеры сохранили оригинальный мраморный пол, в то время как в остальных комнатах предпочтение отдано теплу дерева. Винтажная мебель, ретро детали, хлопковые ковры ручной работы, сочетаясь создают ощущение полной гармонии и очарования. Здорово!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Сегодня на Пуфике дебют, ведь до этого мы еще ни разу не писали об интерьерах в таком российском городе, как Нижний Новгород. И предлог очень даже хороший – чудесное современное жилье для девушки, над созданием которого трудилась студия Ольги Сирук. Хозяйка квартиры увлекается модой и путешествиями, и это нашло свое отображение в концепции проекта – интерьер местами напоминает модный бутик где-нибудь в Милане или Париже. В этом дизайне много глянцевых и зеркальных поверхностей, что так же добавляет некоего гламура пространству. В целом же, получилось довольно стильно!