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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…

With the light and skillful hand of Scandinavian designers, a simple studio apartment with a total area of 37 sqm were converted into a very nice one-bedroom dwelling. More precisely, the bedroom here is not entirely a room; it is rather a dedicated sleeping corner, which arose thanks to a glass partition. The living room…

Colorful wall decor can make miracles in any ordinary monochrome space. All kinds of bright posters of various sizes and themes play this role in this Swedish apartment. A huge canvas with the inscription is the main accent in the living room, while at the dining table we do have a small gallery of modern…

There are two stylish accents in the design of this Scandinavian apartment. Firstly, there are two brick walls in the living room, one of which is rounded due to the special architecture of the building. Original brickwork always adds character to the room, and the Scandinavians usually try to use it wherever possible. The second…

This apartment in Gothenburg has only one bedroom, kitchen-living room, bathroom and balcony. But even on 40 sqm, the Swedes always manage to create maximum comfort. And they always start with the restoration of floors, ceilings and doors – after all, why get rid of the fact that with proper care it will serve for…

The strong and vibrant energy of the Australian Brisbane inspired the owners of the The Valley Hotel for an extraordinary design. Guests are immersed in a kaleidoscope of prints and colors right from the doorway – graffiti meets them at the entrance. The black reception desk is surrounded by greenery, and its rear wall is…

This apartment in Sweden attracts with its well-chosen color scheme. Traditional gray was diluted with green and gold, and the abundance of plants made the home more lively. The main room not only serves as a living room and kitchen, there are also dining and bar areas, hanging swings, and the projector helps to turn…

Swedes adore duochrome interiors but more and more dilute them with accents of other shades. This immediately makes the design more complex and interesting. In this apartment, pastel blue tones, khaki, beige and cognac shades came to the help of gray and white basis – a very competent combination of simple and complex. And we…

The eye-catching paintings, extravagant lamps and plants of various shapes and sizes emphasized the interiors of this apartment in Sweden. Deep and saturated tones were chosen to the black-and-white base: burgundy, green, the color of wet asphalt. Designer actively used marble to add elegance to the space: countertop and kitchen table were made of it,…