Country house and natural materials are just made for each other: the owners of this home in Spain chose just this combination, and they did it right! However, in pursuit of naturalness, it is important not to make the interior too boring and old-fashioned. Here, this issue was solved with the help of bright furniture, unusual objects and paintings, they made a great friendship with flax, wool, wood and natural stone tiles. At the same time, color choice is very bold: fuchsia, lemon, orange, red and turquoise. Perhaps, the country house in the 21st century should look like this. Bravo!
Easy and soft interiors in light calm colors, with natural materials, a place where one can found serenity and tranquility – that is how the clients imagined their ideal home. Designer Anastasia Komarova suggested to design the spaces in Belgian style which is based on exquisite simplicity and harmony, and did not fail. Warm sandy-gray hues, laconic forms and eco materials filled the interiors with comfort, making it the most precious place on earth for its dwellers. Pure beauty!
‘Refined rustic’ is a description for a special direction in American interior design. Spaces in this style are characterized by simple and rough natural materials in finishing, such as wood and stone, a light color range of neutral shades, as well as sophisticated furniture and decor. Designer Kelly Nutt is one of the most prominent representatives of this kind of homes, and today we have selected for you the best works from her portfolio. Hope that you will like it!
The Basque Country is an autonomy in the north of Spain with its traditions, its own Basque language and amazing landscapes. It is there that this rustic style house is located. Wood, white furniture and bright details – the interiors are filled with comfort and sunlight. There is a veranda where you can sunbathe in summer, and there is a library under the roof. By the way, no TV in this house – the sofa zone surrounds the fireplace and panoramic windows overlooking the mountains. A great combination of simplicity, ease and homie atmosphere!
When you look at the photographs of this wonderful home in Santa Barbara, there is an inner confidence that happy people live here. The brightest colors and natural materials, the abundance of natural light in each room, and finally, the living plants and soulful things that make the space a real home. We love it so much!
Despite expensive furniture and art pieces in decoration, this modern ranch in the South of the United States is ruled by imperfect natural textures and surfaces. The wooden floor, paved with irregular boards, walls as if roughly covered with plaster, raw natural stone and metal – here they decided not to touch what nature has made. Very contrasting and exciting interiors!
Not everyone has the opportunity to live in a country house, as some people need to be closer to work, and others just do not have enough money. The owners of this apartment in Barcelona always dreamed of living outside the city, and simply decided to recreate such an environment in their city home. High vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, natural furniture and textiles – all the essential attributes of a large house are presented here in this beautiful apartment. Great project!
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!
This stunning villa in California literally merged with the local nature: a one-story house built and finished with natural materials, and glass walls make it so easy to access to the rooms from the outside. Interestingly, the home is located almost atop a hill, so beautiful views open many kilometers ahead. Great design in a wonderful place!
Pleasant daylight, natural materials, and light modern design – this apartment in Madrid is filled with spring touches and comfort. In decoration, a lot of wood was used: wall panels, large cabinet furniture, small details of wood. The most important thing is that there is a fell of harmony inside this home. Such spaces are designed for enjoying life to the fullest!