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This stylish modern villa in Merida, the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatan, delights with its large windows and simple geometry. The minimalist snow-white facade hides the versatile interiors in loft style. Although this is a loft adjusted for the tropics, there are the main attributes inherent in this style: plenty of free space,…

The main highlight of this elegant Stockholm apartment is not even its beautiful classic wall decor (although it is gorgeous, no doubt). Various plants are what makes this space truly lively and interesting. A large potted tree next to the sofa, a small one on the windowsill, a lot of bouquets in different corners –…

Vaulted ceilings are the hallmark of Barcelona’s interiors, if you saw such, then you are almost certainly watching an apartment in the capital of Catalonia. Today we have just such a case – a bright apartment with characteristic ceilings in Barcelona. Agree, this architectural detail looks very cool and immediately makes any space special! The…

The active use of wood has long been not only an option for country houses and chalets. In modern design, it is used both as a wonderful accent material and as a basis for the entire home – for example, like in this California house. On the first floor, elements of different types of wood…

Gorgeous Italian terrazzo tiles in green have been the basic point for the design of this gorgeous garden house by our beloved studio Arent & Pyke. Such tiles look especially interesting in modern minimalist interiors with clean lines, concrete surfaces, and exotic plants. In general, the design turned out to be quite eclectic, because it…

Escondido Oaxaca is located in the Mexican city of the same name, one of the country’s main cultural centers. The creators of the hotel saved the old building from destruction and created an authentic corner of local traditions and stylish architecture. The interiors resemble Mexican houses of stone, wood, clay, but are designed in a…

Andenia Hotel in Peru’s Urubamba Valley is not a big hotel, but rather a cozy guest house: there are only 9 rooms, each with its own terrace. The complex is surrounded by mountains and green gardens that set you up for a relaxing holiday. Interior design was inspired by the style and philosophy of wabi-sabi:…

‘Gray interiors with calm accents is not for us,’ the owners of this Swedish apartment decided. They chose a brown wooden floor, white walls and ceiling as a base, and they showed imagination in details and furniture. It uses a variety of shades: from cold blue to cheerful orange. It is worth mentioning zoning –…