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Ammar Bashir, who worked on new Nuzul Al Salam hotel in Bahrain, in his career has designed more than a hundred palaces for the royal families of the Middle East and dozens of different projects around the world. This hotel is located in a beautiful traditional oriental house with a courtyard. There are six suites,…

As we know, in modern design, the border between interiors and the environment is often almost erased, but in this Australian house, nature literally settled inside. Architect John Ellway called the project “Terrarium” – it’s all about living plants that curl along the walls and hang from the ceilings, and in some rooms it seems…

The main request of the owners of this house in Melbourne was to make the interiors brighter and competently zone the space. The budget was limited, so the owners decided to remake only the main living area: the kitchen-living room and part of the second floor. First of all, the designer replaced the old windows…

The pool in the living room is perhaps one of the most unusual design solutions you have ever seen. But this is a real home in Spain for a family with four children. To expand the living room, Sylvia, the owner of the house, decided to reduce the pool and place it behind the glass…

Inn on the Lakes hotel in Florida is located on the lake and attracts thousands of golfers and equestrians every year. The owners wanted to create a neutral, but not faceless interios, and the designer suggested focusing on natural materials, white and beige colors with dark accents and details in the style of boho. Everyone…

Not all Scandinavians choose minimalism for their homes. For example, in this Swedish apartment, an abundance of objects looks like a highlight of the dwelling. Brown and caramel tones perfectly balance the black and white scheme and make the atmosphere in the apartment warmer. From the whole decor, the owners especially love vases and flowers…

Design of this house in Melbourne is interesting not only for its architecture, which consists of several structures, but also for the fact that it is made of concrete. No less curious is the fact that it has a Victorian front facade. The cold surfaces of marble and concrete were complemented by light wood, warm…

This Swedish apartment attracts with its openness and liveliness. It all starts here from the kitchen: spacious, without upper cabinets and with open shelves, where beautiful details are stored – everything looks very bright and cozy. The kitchen smoothly passes into the living room with the dining set, where the wall paintings and living plants…

When architecture and geometry break into interior design, it is always beautiful. In this Scandinavian apartment, the designer played with the shapes of a sphere, rectangle, square, without turning the space into an exhibit of the museum of modern art. Simple forms were complemented by simple but interesting wooden furniture, colorful rugs, and also flowers…