All posts with tag:prints

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…

This house is located in the famous London area of ​​Notting Hill. And it is remarkable not only for its location but also for its memorable interiors. Beautiful peach, cream and olive shades play interestingly along with a variety of prints and an abundance of decor: from tiny figurines and vases to paintings and carpets…

In the interiors of new Parisian hotel Les Deux Gares, designer Luc Edward Hall has applied his favorite technique: bold colors and interesting combinations. The hotel resembles a blooming summer garden in which bright flower buds bloom against the backdrop of green grass. The hotel has 40 small rooms divided into three cheerful color schemes….

Colors created by nature are great companions in any interior. And in this Seattle house, a diverse and very beautiful palette was used. Milky walls and a wooden floor were chosen as a base, and then a real color extravaganza awaits us: salmon, coral, olive, emerald, blue, lilac – all shades are very refined and…

The interior designer of this large house in London was tasked with designing a variety of scenarios for owners’ family time together while also providing private spaces for work and play. The result is not just a well-thought-out layout, but multifaceted bright interiors that exude incredible energy. We loved the combination of colors, prints and…