To create the interiors of this apartment in Barcelona, Russian designers Oleg Klodt and Anna Agapova started at the stage of buying real estate – the client wanted to have a home with an interesting and functional plan. The architecture of this apartment in the heart of the city is just gorgeous: ceiling moldings, floor mosaic, original doors and handles. However, the former color scheme of decoration was gloomy. The designers added white and pastel colors, decorated the rooms with vintage furniture, and the apartment played with new colors. A wonderful mix of vintage and modern!
This New York townhouse built in 1901 is perfectly preserved and reached our days in almost original condition. However, not so long ago the owner’s family decided that the house is not comfortable enough for five people, so it was necessary to redesign and adapt it to modern realities. The kitchen was too small and obsolete, the bathrooms did not have a shower, and in the bedroom there was a sink that was no longer used. After a long period of restoration, the designer managed to create stylish and cozy interiors for a modern family. At the same time, the historical part- with mosaics, window frames and stucco – is felt in every corner. Such a wonderful mix of the present and the past!
The owners of this penthouse in the suburbs of New York apparently are so fond of tropical countries that they put a palm tree in the living room. The other spaces also are filled with interesting details and architectural elements that create some eclectic feel. We just loved the arched doorways in the Art Nouveau style, cool Spanish tiles, golden accessories and bold wallpapers in one of the bedrooms. Great home!
This old house built in the 40s once was a home for current owner’s mother, so the main goal for the renovation was to carefully preserve the past while creating comfy modern interiors for a young family. As a result, there is such a noticeable contrast between the facade and the interior design. Outside, the house is dark and even slightly gloomy. But inside you will find a whole variety of textures, material, and colors. The interiors are noble, stylish, there are many different prints, retro furniture and vintage accessories. The perfect combination of past and present.
One of the main goals for the project of San Cristóbal hotel in Mexico was to organically inscribe the building into the landscape and ensure the best views over the ocean from every room. That is why there are so many open spaces: various lounge zones in boho style, cozy cafes with terraces and large swimming pool area. The interiors are a mix of traditional Mexican style and modern minimalism with bright colors and prints. This tranquil and relaxed place is perfect both for a short weekend or long vacation!
Urban elegance and raw natural materials – this Paris apartment perfectly combines different and seemingly opposite elements of design. Minimalistic bookcase in the bright blue shade, wallpaper and pastel colors in the bedroom, bathroom tiles – seems like we are dealing with a sophisticated modern design. At the same time, the wooden partitions, the floor in the living room and the sandy sofa with armchair give the interior a touch of suburban life. The wonderful work of designer Camille Hermand!
Some people do not pay much attention to their outdoor spaces decoration, but not Emily Henderson. She recently finished decorating the wonderful backyard of her house and, it must be said, it looks so beautiful! Stunning handmade tile from Nicaragua creates the main style and mood in this cozy place. The overall look was supplemented with simple but elegant furniture, natural textiles, and plants. Simply wonderful!
There are interiors that are full of sunlight which make you happy. This bright modern apartment of 90 sqm in Poland is just this kind of home. Perhaps, it’s mainly because of yellow accents in the decor, but not only: white color, bright tiles in the kitchen, large windows also contribute. But this home, in addition, is also very stylishly decorated. Great work by Widawscy Studio!
This lovely beach cottage by Threshold Interiors may not have incredible ocean views (like this Californian villa), but the atmosphere of summer vacation is clearly felt in the decoration. If you look at the living room, you can find wicker tables, a large sea photograph on the wall, a sandy-gray colored sofa – seems like you have come to your long-awaited coastal holiday. And textures here are just outstanding – look at these tiled patterns in the kitchen, dining room and bathrooms. Total love!
Sunny rooms and bright details… What else is needed to wake up every morning with a smile! At least looking at these cheerful interiors you can not help but be happy. Geometric patterns, summer colors, greenery, and all of this in a white and black painted rooms – looking so tasteful! The chalkboard perfectly fitted here – you can change the decoration every day, but it’s also useful for leaving notes. Here we can see many details that catch an eye, but especially we liked the transparent coffee table, the green chest of drawers and the soaring bedside tables. Lovely interior!