All posts with tag:prints

In the age of minimalism and laconicism, bright eclectic interiors with a lot of objects have become a rarity. One of them is this home in Madrid. Together with the designer, the owners have created a multifaceted space saturated with individuality and comfort. They were not afraid to mix orange, red and fuchsia and add…

How to marry elegant modern classics and a love of bold prints? The designer of this house in Toronto knows the answer. The combination of laconic furniture and different shades of white allowed not to be afraid of bright inserts, because against such a background they look quite harmonious. The spaces on the first floor…

This Paris apartment is located near the famous Luxembourg Gardens. Modern style of decoration and trendy elements are ideally combined here with stucco, herringbone parquet and antique fireplaces. The milky color scheme is perfectly set off by terracotta walls in the hallway and a bold purple sofa. Wallpaper became a separate love of the designer…

If you are dreaming about Italy or have already been there, then, of course, you have seen picturesque photographs of the Amalfi coast: the blue sea, green rocks and colorful houses hanging over the water – views that are impossible to resist! Hotel Le Sirenuse is located in Positano, one of the most beautiful towns…

Fancy and bright, these two words best describe this London home. In an amazing way, classics, mid-century and modern motives are combined here, and bright prints, paintings and furniture of all possible shades are designed to unite everything together. Designers working with such interiors have an amazing talent for combining the incongruous and using a…

This Palm Springs home was built in 1957 by renowned architect Donald Wexler and has even been recognized as a monument of modernism. But even such masterpieces become obsolete over time and require a more modern and comfortable environment. Designers from the Bells + Whistles studio not only breathed new life into the house, but…

Furniture and decor brand Anthropologie tried to play on the classic interior in an unconventional way and demonstrated different design scenarios in one of its collections. Rooms with stucco, arches and fireplaces do not necessarily need to be furnished with 19th-century furniture or vintage items. You can add bright modern sofas and thin-legged armchairs, turn…

The renovation of this Sydney house came at a turning point in the life of the owner, so she was ready for experiments and took part in the process herself with pleasure. Together with the designer, they wanted to create a light, airy, but at the same time multifaceted space. Pastel colors can sometimes look…

Renovation in this 45 sqm home in Paris began with the fact that the designer got rid of the suspended ceiling and the old floor, painted the walls white and enhenced them with wooden inserts. Thus, light parquet flooring, wooden beams, American walnut furniture and bright textiles and posters became the uniform elements for the…