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In this Swedish house, the breath of the south is clearly felt. Blue, yellow, fuchsia feel at home here, on a par with white and gray, which are usual for Scandinavian interiors. The tone in design is set by a blue kitchen with gold fittings and a hood, opposite the kitchen is a wall of…

For Danish stylist Mette Helena Rasmussen, Christmas starts much earlier than for most people. Due to private shootings of holiday catalogs for brands, the designer buys the first tree in September, and when, after the New Year, everyone throws away their trees for recycling, but picks them up and re-uses them to decorate their photo…

If your renovation budget isn’t too big, why not consider airy minimalism like in this Swedish apartment. Designers turned the emptiness of the rooms into an advantage of this home, creating very light and easy interiors with bright cheerful touches. The scheme, in this case, consists mainly of white, beige and cream tones, while colorful…

Spaces in gray tones rarely have a cozy feeling, but the designers of this apartment have done everything possible for this with the help of a large amount of decor. In this home, there is practically no free space on the walls, which would not be decorated with a photograph or a poster in a…

Who said the British are conservative in their views on design? Just look at the incredible interiors of this townhouse in the capital of Scotland – it seems that the designer has broken all possible stereotypes by creating a riot of bright colors and frivolous paintings and decor items for a glorious classic space. This…

A young couple from Denmark has designed a home inspired by the cultures of different countries. The hostess lived in Japan for several years and brought many outlandish things from local flea markets: for example, Japanese figurines, a traditional tea set or a kimono. Oriental culture is complemented by French influences in the form of…