The history of this house on the Costa Brava, Spain, began in the 50s of last century, but for the last 40 years, it has not seen any repair. The owner Eugene, interior designer, renovate the interior spaces with great attention to detail and lovingly revived the territory. Now nothing tells about the former despair. In the bright rooms of the house, retro details and rustic style are beautifully combined together, there are a lot of wood and natural fabrics. We just love the wonderful staircase with white and blue tiles and a spacious kitchen. Not to mention the well-groomed backyard. This house has really got a new bright life!
Photographs of the wonderful new collection by Zara Home breathe spring freshness and coziness of natural materials. Important attributes of the interiors are live plants and floral prints in textiles, while the location for the shooting is simply stunning – a stone villa with terraces and views. Hope you’ll enjoy these beautiful pictures!
Today is a very special and exciting day for us as we finally can share our first completed design project with you. We were lucky to get a chance to design such a home, as well as to work with the owner who was so open to our ideas. The private house is located in Kyiv, Ukraine, and is reminiscent of American ranch with a U-shaped plan and inner garden. The design concept was to create easy and light interior spaces using natural materials and calm neutral color scheme. Wooden beams, vintage touches, ethnic decor are highlights of this modern ranch. We invite you to take a tour inside the home, and in the following posts, we plan to disclose some interesting issues that we went through during the building process that lasted for 1.5 years. Looking forward to your honest comments.:) Drop us a line what else would you […]
The design concept of this modern home in Arizona was dictated by the hot desert terrain of this American state: minimalism and simple laconic lines prevail here. The house is U-shaped with a cozy courtyard with a street fireplace and furniture in the center of it all. The rooms are designed in such a way that each has access to this shaded courtyard. The interior spaces are as light and open as possible, only the necessary furniture and minimal decor in the decoration. Such a modern oasis in the desert!
English home brand Neptune suggests using simple natural materials, such as wood, spruce branches, glass, for Christmas decoration. It is in them we should look for inspiration during holidays as nature is the best decorator, designers believe. Indeed, their fresh Christmas collection is so incredibly beautiful and cozy. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
In the 18-19th centuries, Connecticut was the most developed industrial state in America, and a large number of factories and mills concentrated on its territory. But with the change in the global economy, since the middle of the 20th century, many entrepreneurs began to close their capacities and transfer production to countries with cheaper labor. One of such industrial complexes was recently converted into a residential village, consisting of 4 residences, a tavern, and a restaurant. Let’s have a look what one of these houses looks like!
Wood, natural materials and a plenty of daylight – it’s all about this wonderful apartment in Spain. Despite the abundance of furniture and accessories, interiors look rather minimal, there is an airy feel here. Cozy balconies with shutters, large windows and olive trees remind of a sunny and hot summer and create an enjoyable light atmosphere in the apartment. Especially we loved the shower area, an unusual sink with two faucets, as well as the fireplaces. Inspiring and very cozy home!
Timeless, comfortable, durable and functional – these are first words that come to mind when you first see this magnificent family mansion in Austin, Texas. The design is not tied to any specific style or trend, here natural materials and welcoming atmosphere come to the fore, so the home is comfortable not only for the owners but also for the frequent guests (the owners love to host friends and relatives). That’s what a perfect family home looks like!
This secluded stone villa is situated far away from civilization, amidst the incredible mountain scenery on the lake shore in New Zealand. The architects of Sumich Chaplin tried so hard not to harm the unique nature that they literally buried the house into the hill, making it one with the local untouched environment. A real wonder!
Country home and natural materials is always a great combination. Not every apartment can have wooden beams, a fireplace, a dining area-veranda – all these are attributes of a country house. After all, when from your windows you see a lawn, a garden and a piece of wood, natural materials look incredibly organic. In the spacious and bright house in Hamptons, there are also leather furniture, ethnic accessories, and of course loft style elements. Very cool and inspiring home with an abundance of interesting details!