All posts with tag:tiles

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…

Tropical nature, interiors in soothing colors and many areas for rest and relaxation – this house in Australia clearly claims to be a paradise. The team that worked on its design wanted to create a spectacular white building set against a backdrop of lush greenery. Inside – the kingdom of boho, natural materials, beautiful tiles…

Built in the 1950s in El Rocío, Spain, this home has recently been restored. Original terracotta tiles and shades of gray complement the decor in soothing sandy tones. Reed, rattan and wood create a modern look and soften the black color of the window frames. As is often the case in Spanish interiors, ceramics by…

The boutique hotel La Bionda on the Spanish Costa Brava has only eight rooms, but what how wonderful they are! The hotel is located in a 17th-century building, and designers decided to make this feature the basis for the concept. Vaulted ceilings, terracotta tiles, brick and raw walls combine with modern and vintage furnishings to…

The owners of this apartment in Israel approached the designer with a request to create a Scandinavian-style home. High ceilings and good floor space allowed for a bright space here. The owners and designer opted for minimalist white finishes, light woods and interesting decor. Solid walls and rows of cabinets were diluted with concrete columns…

This California home recently experienced a devastating flood. The owners had to replace the floors in all rooms, rebuild the kitchen, repaint the walls and buy new furniture and decor. They wanted to return the house to its former splendor and dreamed of simple but expressive interiors. The floor in almost all rooms was laid…

The Amalfi coast of Italy attracts with its incredible landscapes and no less bright and interesting architecture. The Palazzo Avino hotel is located in a 12th century palace. The building rises beautifully on a hill and attracts attention. The pink facade became the starting point for interior design. Designer Cristina Celestino emphasized the coastal theme…

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:…

The Spaniards know how to make a home not only stylish and cozy but also incredibly soulful and cheerful. This villa in Mallorca is the perfect proof of that. The house was built in the 70s, but thanks to a competent alteration, this is not felt at all. The designer perfectly combines wood, jute, natural…