All posts with tag:unusual details

This 130 sqm apartment is located on the first floor of a historic building in Winchester. Despite its monochrome, the snow-white interiors are quite interesting: all thanks to the warm and cold shades of white, different textures and unusual details. However, this house is interesting even without furniture and decor: there are high ceilings, beautiful…

Three historic buildings dating back to 1652 beautifully frame one of the oldest canals in Amsterdam. After a large-scale reconstruction, The Craftsmen boutique hotel is now located in them. The hotel is designed with great attention to detail and to the past of the Dutch capital. For example, each of the 14 rooms is named…

The owners of this spacious apartment in Sweden have filled the white and gray space with rich colors. They complemented their basic furnishings of white walls, stucco and wooden floors with bright decor pieces (much from Ikea) and cheerful paintings. At the same time, they managed to find a balance between classics and non-standard solutions:…

From the side of the canal, this building in the heart of Amsterdam looks reserved and stiff, which can not be said about the apartment located in it. Three floors occupy an area of ​​208 sqm: ground floor with a kitchen, bathroom, sauna and guest bedroom; first floor with a spacious living room and second…

The color scheme of this Swedish apartment seems to us as monotonous with all shades of gray. But if you look closely, you can see that the owners and the designer have chosen a multifaceted palette of shades of gray, beige, brown, burgundy, green: they all combine perfectly, and therefore create the effect of a…

This gorgeous mansion near the medieval city of Saint-Paul-de-Vence is quite atypical for Provence, where many prefer small modest stone villas with cozy shady gardens. The fact is that the owners of the villa are English, and they wanted to create for themselves something more interesting and bold. Although the house looks like other local…

This house in Australia fascinates with a combination of strict lines and snow-white details. The designer dilutes the geometry in decoration and furniture with flashes of color and interesting decor: for example, decorative bees decorate the wall in the dining room, and the main hallmark is a huge red wardrobe. Bathrooms deserve special mention, there…

This Tudor-style brick house was built in Los Angeles in 1925, even before the California modernist movement and the beginning of the golden era of Hollywood. But the restrained facade hides stunning interiors. Recently, the family of Brian Robbins, president of the Nickelodeon network, has been living here. The previous interiors were rather gloomy, in…