All posts with tag:tiles

Gorgeous Italian terrazzo tiles in green have been the basic point for the design of this gorgeous garden house by our beloved studio Arent & Pyke. Such tiles look especially interesting in modern minimalist interiors with clean lines, concrete surfaces, and exotic plants. In general, the design turned out to be quite eclectic, because it…

Mid-century style has taken on a new dimension in the design of this home in Australia. The designer chose an interesting color scheme based on a combination of green, brown and terracotta – the inspiration for such a palette was the plants and shrubs surrounding the house. Another striking feature is the curved shapes in…

Art objects and furniture made of marble and other natural stone, original patterns and bold colors decorate the interiors of the apartment of Salvatori brand’s CEO in Milan. The owner runs the company already in the 3rd generation, he loves his business very much and wanted his home to be filled exclusively with items made…

Interior designers Xavi and Ignasi live in this eclectic, creative and interesting apartment in Barcelona. At first glance, the interiors seem too chaotic, but with each attentive glance, new layers and facets are revealed. It is based on tiles, doors and stucco moldings of the late 19th century, it was at this time that the…

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…