All posts with tag:retro

The owners of Lou Pinet in Saint-Tropez dreamed of creating not a noisy crowded resort, but a cozy hotel that resembles a private house where friends gather. To implement their ideas, they invited the French architect and designer Charles Zahn to work on the project. It was he who recreated the vintage spirit of Saint-Tropez…

The owner of this apartment lived in Berlin for some time but recently decided to return to Kyiv and bought an apartment in the Stalin era house in one of the central districts of the city. Having a great passion for retro furniture from the USSR and Germany, she decided to restore all possible architectural…

Designers Nadezhda and Givi Ananyevs created a calm and sophisticated design in modern classics for a spacious apartment in one of Moscow’s new hi-rise. Here, elements of European classics are wonderfully combined with modern furniture and decor in a retro style, so it seems as if this is a home in one of the old…

It could have been an ordinary unremarkable Scandinavian apartment in white and gray, but a few tasty and cozy details made its interiors attractive and pleasant. Firstly, large arched windows immediately create a mood and make any space much more interesting – in this case, it looks especially beautiful in the bedroom. I also liked…

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…