It seems that for New York designer Patrick Mele there are no limits and stereotypes in design. The most daring colors and the most unexpected pieces of furniture fill the interiors created by this extravagant designer. A small apartment with black walls and bright paintings, a country house in all colors of rainbow, a purple living room with a red sofa – the portfolio of Patrick Mele is very diverse and will not leave anyone indifferent. Enjoy!
Hotel National des Arts et Métiers is located opposite to the Museum of Arts and Trades in Paris. In addition, the spaces were designed by famous designer and artist Rafael Navo – these two facts helped to create not just another hotel, but a unique and very interesting place. Navo prefers to use natural materials and various textures in the interiors, hence the abundance of different fabrics, textures and materials in hotel decor. A smooth wall in combination with rough plaster, a “ribbed” column and a flat mirror surface, flax and velvet, glass and stone and many more contrasting details – you want to touch everything here. This “tactility” is the main feature of the design and this makes the hotel so inspiring!
Danish home brand Ferm Living believes that the secret of stylish and cozy design lies in details. Therefore, they created a line of wonderful interior accessories that are so necessary in every home. Tableware, pots, candles, pieces of furniture and many more – in their store each item is not just useful, but also very beautiful. New autumn collection by Ferm Living gives a lot of inspiration. Enjoy!!
There are interiors that captivate with their color scheme, rather than with some original design solutions. And today we have exactly this kind of home. This Swedish apartment is decorated in very trendy interesting tones, which created a unique image for the interiors. So elegant and moody!
Moscow-City residential complex is one of the most modern architectural buildings in Moscow, therefore, the design of the apartments here must correspond. This apartment showcases a stylish combination of loft elements, such as a concrete ceiling and glass partitions, with exquisite modern shapes and dramatic color scheme. Thanks to the well-planned layout, the rooms smoothly flow into each other creating a comfortable and relaxing space. Stunning home!
If you want to know what colors in interior design will be trending this season, then you need to look into the fresh catalogs of famous manufacturers of interior paint. And the Norwegian brand Jotun is just one of them. The company recently introduced an updated palette called “Rhythms of Life”, which according to the brand determines the main trends for the upcoming year. Deep complex shades and light pastel colors – the pictures look simply awesome. Enjoy!
This apartment in Moscow, Russia, was designed in a muted neutral color scheme – the dwelling was meant for renting, so it was important not to overdo with experiments and originality. At the same time, the interiors are not boring at all, kitchen alone has a lot of tricks and surprises. In the photo shoot, we see a lot of expressive decor and art objects, but designer says future tenant will choose: leave it all or return to a more neutral, low-key design. Excellent work by Julia Sidorova!
Color combinations in this London townhouse are fascinating, with each room being awesome in its own way. At first, it may seem that these are installations in some photo studio or the works of a chic decorator. But this is a real home of a young couple who agreed to such experiments with color. Amazing!
Autumn has come as always unnoticeably and too early, but we have a wonderful opportunity to admire beautiful new collections from the best world home brands. Linum, in our opinion, is one of them. At least their catalogs and interiors always inspire. Today we want to share new cool photos from their latest collection “Autumn 2017”. Interesting color combinations, stylish Scandinavian furniture and a special autumn mood – hope you’ll enjoy it!
Today we have an incredibly beautiful home in Italy with amazing views from the windows. This classic apartment on the shores of Lake Maggiore was decorated by the Russian designer Anna Dmitrieva of Couture Interiors studio for her family. The highlight of this house is a magnificent color scheme, which, according to Anna, was supposed to convey the natural palette of the local landscapes. A real dream!