All posts with tag:rustic

Jan Liegois‘s portfolio is something as he shoots the interiors of the best Belgian designers and architects. There are centuries-old mansions with history and character, modern villas in natural minimalism, and cozy rustic houses with an abundance of rough wood and stone. Watching his work, you feel like traveling to the most interesting corners of…

The floor of this Swedish apartment is laid with natural wooden planks, uneven and slightly cracked, as if worn by time – such we can usually see in old country houses or in summer cottages. But this is not the only element of rustic style in this home: the door to the bedroom is also…

For several years now, natural materials and shades have been the main trend in interior design, and fortunately, it will definitely not end soon. Leading global brands and smaller companies in their new collections now necessarily include at least a few products in the style of ‘natural minimalism’, and some even completely switch to such…

It’s amazing that Jill Egan worked as a math teacher for 12 years before becoming a designer. Nevertheless, she is convinced that the two areas have a lot in common, despite the seemingly clear differences. ‘In both mathematics and interior design, it is incredibly important to be able to do the right calculations and understand…

Rustic style is very atypical for homes in Los Angeles, where they like the modern, ethnic or colonial interiors. And this is why this cottage is unique. The design is dominated by wood and stone, which resembles alpine chalets or mountain houses of Colorado, while the windows in the kitchen, of course, take us to…

This house in New York state has a rather modest facade, very similar to typical American suburban buildings. But the inner space catches us by surprise: the interiors are decorated in a rustic style and look more like a mountain ranch or a hunting lodge with an abundance of rough wood and a huge stone…

The charming small island of Saint-Louis is a real pearl of Paris and one of the two surviving islands on the Seine River (the second is the Cité). Residential buildings began to appear here in the 17th century, and today the richest people in Paris live here, because living in a 5-minute walk from Notre…

You must admit that nothing is so relaxing as wood and natural materials, especially in the design of a country house. The interiors of this wonderful family home in southern California are as close as possible to the surrounding nature: stone tiles on the floor, wooden kitchen and cabinet furniture in natural colors, marble surfaces…