All posts with tag:natural materials

The new Ace Hotel in Kyoto, Japan, was fortunate enough to be housed in a building with a rich history. It was built in 1926, before there was a shopping center, and before that – the headquarters of the Central Telephone Company of Kyoto. The hotel’s design turned out to be more European, but Japanese…

You must admit that nothing is so relaxing as wood and natural materials, especially in the design of a country house. The interiors of this wonderful family home in southern California are as close as possible to the surrounding nature: stone tiles on the floor, wooden kitchen and cabinet furniture in natural colors, marble surfaces…

Looking at the interiors of this apartment in Paris, you are immediately imbued with calm and tranquility. All thanks to shades of earth, sand and greenery. Designer deliberately did not overload the space with small details, so that all attention was riveted on the beautiful overflows of fabrics and colors, as well as on the…

When we say an apartment has an open layout, we usually mean living space, at the same time, the bathroom is still separated with walls from the main space. This modern apartment of ​​67 sqm in Brazil, which design was recently created by Natalia Lemos Arquitectura, there are no interior walls at all, even the…

Classic Spanish style and a favorite solution with natural tones – everything ​​that we love so much in bright Spanish interiors is concentrated in this small apartment in Barcelona. In the south, the sun pleases almost all year round, and it is not customary to choose dark colors for a home in Spain. The abundance…

Athena Calderone, a well-known American blogger and designer, has an excellent sense of style, which is why her EyeSwoon has become a true trendsetter not only in design, but also in food and fashion. Athena recently even released a book Live Beautiful, where she shares her own secrets of a beautiful life. Today we have…

The architecture of this house in Ibiza is successfully integrated into the nature of the island. Thanks to the elongated rectangular shapes, the building organically fit into the local landscape, and a stepped system helped to place all the necessary zones. In addition, the traditional local architectural elements (elements of the rustic style, natural materials,…