This country house with a light atmosphere and a touch of romance is located in Spanish Andalusia, but it clearly has French roots – after all, the Provence style rules here. Beams, small fireplaces, openwork furniture and a lot of nice little things are something for what Provence is loved all around the world, as this style turns any space into a synonym for comfort. The bathroom and the dressing room adjacent to it make one of the most powerful impressions – everything is so elegant, gentle and thoughtful. Most likely, such a home will make a strong impression on women, but it will certainly conquer men as well with its comfort. Stunning home!
This beautiful French country house is packed with various details in decor, and at first sight, it even seems that the interiors are slightly cluttered. But when you start to examine the spaces closer, the home starts to evoke only warm and pleasant feelings. Frames, dishes, animal figures and antiques – in this house you can feel the soul and heart of the owner. Indeed, only in France they can create such interiors!
In the past century, there was a hospital in this building located in the heart of Bruges, but now it’s a small and cozy Sintnik Hotel. The owners of the property state that the interiors combine the charm of the past and the comfort of the present, it is elegant, but at the same time with a character. There like both soft romantic rooms in white and blue tones, and more catchy, with red textiles and bright carpets. Breakfast is served in the small living room with an atmosphere of rather family gathering rather than a meal at the hotel. But this is the main purpose of Sintnik – to create a feeling of a home for the guests.
Rafa and Blanca, a couple from Madrid recently made a very important decision for themselves: to change the life in a big city and a good job on a beautiful country house in a quiet province in northern Spain. And now they feel like being on vacation all year round – mountains, magnificent nature and tranquility are available to them every day. Indeed, an amazing living!
Creating a comfortable home for mom with a daughter of a school age in a small apartment of 36 sqm – this task is if not impossible, then at least very difficult. But not for designer Elena Fateeva, who is known for her remarkable small-sized projects in Kyiv, Ukraine. In this case, she has done a wonderful transformation – after a smart replanning, Elena managed to create a compact one-bedroom apartment out of a studio and now it feels much larger and more spacious. Hope you’ll like it!
French Provence is all about beautiful interiors, cozy gardens, and dining in the shade of trees. All this can be found in the Hameau des Baux Hotel that is located in the small town of Paradou (Provence, France). Here the traditional Provencal style is combined with modern design: furniture and fixtures of unusual shape, bright textiles and paintings. Despite its rustic nature, this hotel positions itself as a five-star hotel: there are 20 beautiful rooms, spa programs, several restaurants, and art exhibitions on the territory of the hotel. And all this is surrounded by cypresses and olive trees, around only the beauty of the French nature and clean mountain air!
Though this beautiful family home is nominally a beach house (located on the coast near New York), there is a clear European feel in the interiors. The owners many times visited old Europe and adore its architecture, so they asked the Hernandez Greene to incarnate this love into the design of their family nest. Light, natural, but also elegant – these interiors are made for blissful relaxation and family harmony. Perfectly!
Ingrid and Victor for many years dreamed of a house in a quiet countryside, which would be surrounded by lush greenery. But a few years ago they decided that it was enough to dream, and built the house on their own. Yes, it was not easy, the process took a lot of time and effort, but as a result, the couple was able to make their long and such a sweet dream come true. We just cannot take our eyes from this amazing home!
A small but cozy private terrace was the first thing that caught the eyes of the future owners Martha and her daughter Ines and what made them fall in love with this apartment. The home could not offer a big space, but the terrace and the opportunity to swim in the sun’s rays were simply subdued. With the help of classical furniture, vintage details, and a delicate pastel palette, this flat became a lovely girls’ dwelling.
Isn’t it perfect this old French mansion recently restored by the Marta de la Rica! Actually it does not feel like designer worked here – the interiors seem to remain untouched since the construction of this estate in the 15th century. Today it’s a private guest house, exquisite restaurant, antiques salon and a flower shop – here you can spend an unforgettable weekend, dissolving in the charm of the French classics.