All posts with tag:retro

This 19th-century villa in Provence has completely preserved its original appearance: a cheerful yellow facade, windows with shutters, glazed tiles. Inside the house is fully equipped for guests who are ready to rent it for the whole summer or a couple of weeks. There are four bedrooms for eight people, and stylish common areas that…

The owner of this apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, has long known designer Yana Molodykh, so the work on the project was doubly interesting. Knowing well the lifestyle of her friend, a film producer, Yana tried to create an interesting and somewhat movie-like space that would help the hostess relax and feel as much comfortable as…

Scandinavian interiors are beautiful for their versatility. With the help of skillfully selected details of various styles, you can give the Scandinavian space one or another emotional mood, while the overall style will remain unbroken and everything will still look spectacular. So, in this Swedish apartment, the designers decided to set the mood using retro-style…

Much of the extraordinary interiors of this old mansion in Jurmala, Latvia, was inspired by the legendary Italian villas of the 1930s and 40s. Arched walkways, terrazzo floors, vintage chandeliers bought at the flea market, lacquered furniture and rounded shapes – the spaces turned out to be quite eclectic and nostalgic, with interwoven bold shades…

The owners of this apartment in Warsaw, a young creative couple of photographers love modern design and follow the latest trends, but in the interiors of their home, they tried to preserve some moody details of the period when the building itself was built. In this design, laconic modern furniture, chic brass and a glass…

What is the surest way to create a retro atmosphere in any interior? Of course, these patterns and prints first of all. This modern apartment in Moscow is a great example: curtains in the living room, geometric tiles in the bathroom, wallpaper in the hallway perfectly support the concept of the 50s style, which designers…

Interiors in warm colors often mean cream, brown, caramel tones or shades of autumn. But design studio Retrouvious who worked on the project of this Notting Hill house in London went even further. They used coral, rich lemon, coffee, and deep green. But this is not the only interesting fact. A lot of furniture here…