If you thought Scandinavian interiors are only for beautiful old buildings in the center of Stockholm or modern villas, then this is not so. Today we have an ordinary apartment with low ceilings and a small total area in the typical sleeping area of Gothenburg. Most of the space is occupied by a cool kitchen with a living room decorated in a win-win white. In addition, the room is beautifully zoned with a simple partition with niches. Great budget dwelling!
“There is only 1 room in our hotel, but it’s the biggest in Denmark!” – the owners say about their magnificent loft in Copenhagen. And this is really a unique project: the famous Danish manufacturer Vipp recently decided to create a spacious modern rental apartment of 400 sqm on the top floor of its office building, and showcase the latest collection in it – designer kitchen and home accessories. One of the best local studios David Thulstrup was engaged in designing the interiors and that is why the loft is so stylish. Let’s have a look!
This apartment is located in a unique pre-war apartment house in the center of Moscow, Russia, that was built in 1911 by a famous local architect. Nevertheless, you can’t tell this immediately by the interiors which reveal a mix of loft space and modern elegant New-York-styled apartments. But of course, historical charm of the house still influenced the design, with old walls, gorgeous original doors and windows being preserved. Excellent integration of modern design into the old architecture!
This small apartment in Stockholm has a total area of a hotel room – only 26 sqm, but look how smartly it is designed! It offers pretty good conditions for a young family of two living (as much as possible in such a tiny space) – there is a comfy place to rest, read a book, compact kitchen and dining. An excellent option for those who are not so often at home!
We believe that the ideal modern summer house should look something like this! Stunning residence in Los Angeles is designed in such a way that access from a beautiful territory to the house and vice versa is almost unimpeded – huge windows along the entire perimeter of the house not only fill the interiors with natural light but also serve as an entrance to the home. The interior layout is maximally open, the rooms are not overloaded with furniture and decor, only the most necessary and comfortable. What a great dwelling!
Fran and Ana are not only business partners (they have their own architectural studio) but also a married couple who have recently moved to their own home – a wonderful bright apartment with a terrace. “When we bought this penthouse, it was a blank cavas – without floor and finishes, without the necessary windows,” recalls the husband. They always liked the concept of open space, which made a foundation for a new design. Only the kitchen is separated from the common space by a mobile glass partition – so that guests and hosts could not be confused by smells. Very warm and cozy home!
Interiors from far countries like Taiwan are rare guests on our site, but if they appear, it is always interesting. Today we have a wonderful modern apartment in the city of Hsinchu in the north of the country, the interiors of which, though restrained in color, but are cool in terms of design. This home is excellent zoned: kitchen is conveniently connected to living room, while bedrooms are in a separate part of the apartment. We love the backsplash tiles the improvised window sill along the wall – you can settle with a cup of coffee and enjoy the views over the city. Beautiful work by studio HOZO!
This sunny ground floor apartment in Stockholm attracts the eye with its airiness and nice calm colors, thanks to which the photographs induce only warm feelings. Even though the interiors are decorated on a budget with many decor items bought in IKEA, there is the most important thing – a sense of coziness and comfort. And of course, a magnificent small terrace, that can be accessed from each room. Great!
That’s what loft means in the true sense of the word. The former flour mill building, open pipes and communications on the ceiling, concrete finishing, very high ceilings, a lot of huge windows and mostly open space – all specific loft elements are present in this industrial apartment in Denver. There are no hints of other styles or trade-offs, it’s a real loft!
You can watch pictures of this spacious Swedish apartment for hours. It’s because of a large total area of 158 sqm, and of course, a quite versatile and authentic design which combines objects from completely different styles and collections. But there is also a common thing about all the rooms – a beautiful black parquet flooring, which creates a unique image. Enjoy!