All posts with tag:unusual details

The owners of this Copenhagen home, Katrin & Anders, believe that Christmas can be bright, colorful and unusual. In their decorations, they are not afraid to use dried flowers and fruits along with bright balls and garlands. This year, Katrin opted for a bold color scheme of pink, red and orange. Floral arrangements, a sweet…

Do not be surprised by the classic columns in the interiors of this spacious apartment in Moscow – designer Anna Erman has been created bold and unexpected spaces that are unlike anything else throughout her career. In this case, the columns are present here not only as an aesthetic detail – in fact, they hide…

Rooms Hotel Kokhta is located right on the slopes of the Bakuriani ski resort in Georgia. The modern slatted oak faсade contrasts with the more traditional neighboring buildings but does not detract from the beauty of the surrounding landscape. The interiors are decorated with warm elements of Georgian heritage: chestnut wood, terracotta clay and local…

Bold design of this Paris apartment in Paris started with a circular entrance hall and a ‘swirling’ floor that, like a path, leads to other rooms. The catchy finishes needed an interesting color scheme, so the designer chose a unique palette for each space. The living room is immersed in blues and yellows, the kitchen-dining…

Today we have a truly unique and one-of-a-kind modern kitchen designed by renowned American designer Chad Dorsey as part of a decorator show house in New York. While working on the project, the author did not limit himself to canonical ideas about what the configuration and design of the kitchen should be, proposing several interesting…

Immediately after crossing the threshold of this apartment in Sweden, a person plunges into its creative atmosphere. In the hallway, the owners and guests are greeted by a collection of portraits of fishermen and an old stepladder as decor. The kitchen-living room has even more to watch: there is a wardrobe from an old dressing…

A young couple from Denmark has designed a home inspired by the cultures of different countries. The hostess lived in Japan for several years and brought many outlandish things from local flea markets: for example, Japanese figurines, a traditional tea set or a kimono. Oriental culture is complemented by French influences in the form of…