In this wonderful London apartment botanical motifs are very skillfully woven into beautiful Victorian interiors. Everywhere we see images of various plants in picture frames, in prints on cushions and ceramics, and, of course, a lot of live plants, from exotic trees to small field flowers. In the color scheme, the theme is picked up by a cool velvet upholstery of a beautiful green color. The interiors give very positive and soothing impression.
By the way, it’s spring already. And the new collection of H&M Home Warm Minimalism came up just on time. Botanical prints and live plants, wooden details and furniture, handmade objects were the basis of this wonderful spring design. Another wonderful work of the beloved Scandinavian brand!
The industrial interiors of this small apartment in Barcelona are based on the contrasts of textures and materials. Cool gray concrete is accompanied by warm and cozy wooden surfaces that counterbalance the tone and mood in this home. Also, the dark surfaces perfectly coexist with bright pastel furniture and living plants. Bravo to the designers who at 46 sqm space have created an excellent design!
In her Moscow apartment, designer Olga Zaretskikh wanted to display that atmosphere and a set of shades that are so lacking in Russia for most of the year. That’s why the design is dominated by yellow-green colors, plant motifs everywhere – from wallpaper on walls to prints on cushions. Despite the fact that the apartment is in Stalin’s house with a limited layout (for example, the kitchen here is very small without the possibility of increasing), the owner managed to create a real oasis of warmth and comfort. Beautiful home!
Photographs of the wonderful new collection by Zara Home breathe spring freshness and coziness of natural materials. Important attributes of the interiors are live plants and floral prints in textiles, while the location for the shooting is simply stunning – a stone villa with terraces and views. Hope you’ll enjoy these beautiful pictures!
Designers from London-based studio Hostmaker named their recent project as Botanical Paradise and you can see why already from the first photo. It is a beautiful Victorian townhouse where flowers and plants are the main dwellers, and the floral motifs are clearly traced in the decor and materials. The beautiful color scheme is also dominated by various shades associated with the botanical world. All this together makes the home so unusual and incredibly interesting!
Wooden ceiling with beams and an abundance of live plants in pots – you definitely do not expect to see these guys in a city apartment. But designers always love to experiment and combine the unmatching elements, especially in their own homes. Artemy Saranin in the living room of his Perm apartment created a real jungle – from kids year he loved southern plants and in his home did as he had long dreamed of. And in general, the interiors are full of details, sometimes it seems that there is little space to move. But Artemy responds that he is fully comfortable in this exact atmosphere. Such a wonderful dwelling!
In this very bright one-bedroom apartment of 73 sqm plants and nature is the main theme in decoration. Each of the rooms is filled up with live plants in pots, from trees to small wildflowers. This gives the interiors summer feel and freshness. In addition, botanical motifs are also in wall decor: a beautiful shade of green in the living room, cool wallpaper in the bedroom, wooden furniture and details. An excellent example of a city living!
Wonderful new Botanical Dream collection by H&M Home is full of love for plants and to showcase all its natural beauty designers rented a very inspiring garden house with huge windows. Nature here seems to have captured everything: greenery outside the window, plants in flowerpots as decor, beautiful botanical motifs on textiles. We love it so much!
The owners of this cozy apartment in Barcelona, apparently are fond of nature and country life – plant motifs are everywhere: in wall paintings and frames, in textiles, in large and small flowerpots. It’s amazing to see such a decor in the city apartment, but the interior turned out to be very live and unique. Hope you’ll love it!