All posts with tag:natural materials

Tropical nature, interiors in soothing colors and many areas for rest and relaxation – this house in Australia clearly claims to be a paradise. The team that worked on its design wanted to create a spectacular white building set against a backdrop of lush greenery. Inside – the kingdom of boho, natural materials, beautiful tiles…

This loft in New York is too good to be true. At first, we even thought it is a visualization, but the author indicated the name of the photographer who did the shooting. The ideal industrial space of the former factory with all the ensuing consequences, the decor made of natural materials and warm colors,…

The Rabjerg Mile in Denmark is a sand dune near the North Sea coast. It is in these scenic spots that Britta and Lars, a Skagen couple, built their cottage. They spend here every summer, so the house is fully adapted for permanent life. Also, the owners are very fond of spending time in nature…

The interiors of this California home can be considered as modern classic. Light finishes, natural materials, interesting furniture and beautiful color accents – these days owners are increasingly choosing this combination for their apartments and houses. If we talk about style, then this is a mix of Scandinavia, minimalism, refined classics and, as in this…

‘Interiors with a soul’ – this is how Zara Home titled its new cozy photo story, recently published on their website. Belgian artist Eddy Dankers invited brand designers to his glorious historic mansion in Belgium, inspired by antiquity. The beautiful furnishings and decor by Zara Home fit perfectly into the stunning classic interiors, highlighting the…

In the heart of Mexico City, this rather grandiose facade of a 19th-century building hides the minimalist interiors of Hotel Circulo Mexicano. There are only 25 rooms in the hotel, in their design the emphasis is on a relaxed atmosphere and natural materials. Simple yet expressive interiors, full of light and furnished with different types…

Built in the 1950s in El Rocío, Spain, this home has recently been restored. Original terracotta tiles and shades of gray complement the decor in soothing sandy tones. Reed, rattan and wood create a modern look and soften the black color of the window frames. As is often the case in Spanish interiors, ceramics by…

It seems like traditional stone villas in picturesque Italian villages will never go out of style. Their magnificent appearance, wooden beams, stone walls, and massive pieces of furniture with history cannot leave indifferent all admirers of classical European aesthetics. Today we have just such a home – a delightful villa in Tuscany designed by Matos…

How to make a stylish black and white industrial space more cozy and warm? The answer to the question lies in the design of this Soho loft – just fill the house with details of beige shades, such as natural textiles, dried plants and woodwork. Agree, such a home immediately radiates much more home warmth…