It is hard to think of a better place for a tranquil family weekend than this picturesque glade in Vermont: there’s nobody around, only wild untouched nature and the rustle of trees. It was here that the couple decided to build a simple, but comfy weekend getaway. The structure of this modern barn is plain and clean with a completely open interior plan – the living room, kitchen, and bedrooms make up one common space. Wonderful home and place!
As we know, the best design is the one that goes in harmony with architecture. For example, loft spaces can not be created in regular apartment buildings with low ceilings and small rooms. For such interiors, old warehouses or converted old factory buildings are needed. So this London apartment in the former industrial building has many of their loft space elements and here it was completely justified. We would also like to admit some authentic features of this stylish home: juicy colorful furniture in the living room, a grand piano in the bedroom, metal medieval doors. Beautiful project!
Studio apartments haves a number of advantages and are perfect for students, bachelors or very busy people – everything is compact and at hand. This Swedish apartment of 49 sqm is a great example of a modern open studio, designed in Scandinavian style – laconic, monochrome and stylish. The glass partition separating sleeping and living areas plays here only an aesthetic-decorative role as it provides a fairly nominal privacy. In general, wonderful accommodation!
The owner of this minimalist apartment in Moscow, Russia, wanted his home to symbolize a clear sky, freedom, and highness. And the color scheme is just right, though quite bold and unusual – a combination of rich blue and gray makes the interiors feel fresh and airy. The apartment belongs to a Moscow businessman who bought it as a city apartment, so in the design practicality and austerity came to the fore. Contemporary art objects play an important role in decoration and each art piece was selected literally from all over the world. Great project!
Ideal rental apartment means everything is compact and comfy, but apart from that, it’s important that the interior has a sense of space, and the design is unique and memorable. This small loft in a 18th-century building in the heart of Lyon has it all. Instead of popular brick walls here we have walls of beautiful stone, and the bedrooms were arranged at the mezzanine level. By the way, in the past it was a silk factory, the memory of which still lives in the city. An excellent home for a weekend in a wonderful French city!
This modern townhouse in London, that was recently skilfully restored by the EMR Design studio, consists of three levels, and on the lower one there is a main room – a bright and stylish living room with a library, smoothly transitioning into a dining room and a kitchen. And still, from the living room, there is access to a small cozy backyard with a terrace and a well-groomed lawn. On the upper two floors there are private bedrooms and bathrooms. Comfy and beautiful!
Isn’t it just an ideal holiday home! The villa has a form of a large cube where one of the walls is made entirely of glass – to take the most out of its incredible location right on the beach on the island of Mallorca. The house has only one bedroom one on the mezzanine level, all the rest space is given to a huge living room with a fireplace, and a small kitchen with a dining area. Light interiors simply breathe nature: wood, stone, natural textiles – such a great example of modern eco-design!
In this small but very functional and stylish apartment in the Polish town of Sopot, the kitchen is quite small, but for a rental purpose (the apartment is located close to the sea and was made for rent) is just perfect. But there is more than enough space for sit-downs in front of the TV, eating and having a rest, despite a modest 36 square meters of a total area. What a cool apartment!
Why the best loft spaces are always in New York? The answer is simple: because the city has the biggest amount of gorgeous former industrial buildings, converted into residential apartments. And this magnificent loft in Manhattan too inherited excellent architecture with large windows and high ceilings from the old factory. By the way, the design was created by ALine Studio for a bachelor and was supposed to impress the owner’s friends, and also be comfortable enough if he decided to start a relationship. Awesome!
Until recently this apartment in the city of Montpellier, France, has not very comfortable space distribution with several small rooms connected by a large corridor that consumed most of the living area. But during the recent redesign by Brengues Le PaveC, it was decided to remove most of the walls and make the interior as open and light as possible, using interesting zoning solutions. The kitchen is now separated from the living room by glass partitions, which can be easily removed when necessary. By the way, the tiles in the kitchen and in the bathroom are so cool! And in general, the home is very stylish!