Without rich green accents, the interiors of this Swedish apartment would have been very gloomy. Emerald rugs, curtains, pillows and live plants are just details, but they beautifully balanced massive dark furniture and dark gray walls. But in comparison with the black-and-white apartment, the owners have had a very cheerful and bright porch in the…

Gray interiors are Scandinavian classics. Let’s take a look at some successful design techniques on the example of this apartment in Stockholm. A great way to make a monochrome space look more interesting is to add elements of wood – here the living room interior is enriched by the dresser and the dining table set…

It’s all about the details! If all the accessories are removed from this apartment in Stockholm, then there will be a standard gray Scandinavian home. But plenty of vases, candlesticks, figurines, pads and paintings set the mood and style. The central element of the living room is a gorgeous green faience stove, on both sides…

The home of the famous designer Ben Soleimani is very similar in character to the designer rugs he has been creating for the best furniture brands for many years. First of all, it’s all about neutral restrained tones, among which there are various shades of gray and beige. Secondly, the spaces are simple and sophisticated,…

From the first photo you understand that this is a Scandinavian apartment. Restrained color scheme of predominantly shades of gray, high plinth and characteristic wall decor, modern furniture and minimalist decor: we all know these tricks, but such kind of design continues to delight. Velvet decor and large framed paintings added even more elegance to…

The trend for strict modern interiors inside gorgeous classic old buildings has reached Russia and Ukraine – more often in the portfolio of our designers examples of such housing can be found. Designer Ksenia Breivo recently completed a project of a modern apartment in the early 20th century building in the heart of Moscow and…

We do not know how the Scandinavians do it, but their gray interiors do not look sad and boring at all. Look at this apartment in Sweden: besides gray, there is only white and light brown, but skillful selection of furniture and accessories does their job – you can enjoy this space even by the…

We do not have accurate information, but high ceilings and huge windows in the living room hint about the industrial or commercial past of the premise. Such spaces often are converted into loft housing, but this time we have rather its lightened and laconic Scandinavian version. The apartment is decorated in a purely masculine color…

Some people like light and bright interiors, but there others who like muted and more intimate atmosphere in an interior. Exactly like this duplex apartment in one of the Victorian houses in London – here we have dark atmospheric interiors, almost monochrome color scheme of gray-blue tones, restrained modern classic lines and forms. And what…

The interiors of this Stockholm apartment, though decorated mainly with budget Scandinavian brands, in general looks quite elegant and refined. This effect was achieved thanks to skillfully selected furniture, few but stylish details, as well as noble calm color palette. Upholstered furniture in Art Deco style, as well as dried flowers brought a touch of…