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This apartment in Moscow is closely connected with history and art. Firstly, it is located in a house built in 1908, which, as they say, was often visited by the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, who lived nearby. Secondly, its owners are the family of an actor and a theater artist, who is fond of painting and…

Architectural studio Dvekati presented a very interesting project of an apartment in a house built in the 70s in Moscow, Russia. Designers tried to connect the decoration with its past because the time seemed to freeze in the building. “A polite concierge, fresh flowers in pots and original wooden mailboxes meet you at the entrance,”…

This home in the Swedish countryside has more than 100 years old and some original architectural elements, such as stained glass windows, arched openings, and spacious rooms were preserved here. It is felt that the house was built for a noble family, thus the interiors have elegant and refined aristocratic touches. A beautiful olive shade…

This bright modern apartment in the north of London has almost nothing English, but instead there are many elements of other European styles. For example, from Scandinavians the interios have got an impressive wall collection of posters and photos in frames, white color and conciseness in design. The bedroom is slightly different from the rest…

English style has remained unchanged for many centuries, only incorporating some minor elements of a particular era. This country house in East Sussex County boasts magnificent purely English interiors, but it didn’t do without a couple of details of modern design, which, nevertheless, only emphasize the overall traditional concept. First of all, it is the…

Just look at this magnificent olive shade of the walls of a spacious apartment in Stockholm – the color fits perfectly into the modern classic design of the home and adds some freshness and sophistication to it. It should be noted that the interiors are refined in every detail, but at the same time live…