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If we take out colorful pieces of furniture and decor from this modern apartment in Moscow, then we get a neutral gray space, unremarkable and without any accents. But thanks to these details, we have such catchy and cheerful interiors. The kids room with bold, fabulous wallpaper turned out to be especially spectacular. Another example…

4.5-m ceiling, large arched windows, open layout – this apartment in Stockholm has impressive characteristics while the total area is only 57 sqm. Designers have relied on elegance and restraint in decoration, thanks to which the interiors look expensive and refined, like a home of a businessman. In order to leave more room for the…

As we know, minimalism underlies Japanese philosophy and interior design in particular, which is why it blends perfectly with the Scandinavian style. In recent years, there has even been a trend towards a mix of these two design schools. Today we have a top-quality example of this trend – a stylish modern apartment in St….

Without color splashes and bright decor – the design of this monochrome Swedish apartment is based exclusively on shades of gray, only light wooden elements add easy warm touches. For some, such a space may seem boring and faceless, but there are also many people who find peace and tranquility in such a scheme. The…

This apartment in Sweden attracts with its well-chosen color scheme. Traditional gray was diluted with green and gold, and the abundance of plants made the home more lively. The main room not only serves as a living room and kitchen, there are also dining and bar areas, hanging swings, and the projector helps to turn…

This spacious apartment is located in a 115-year-old house in Goteborg. The designer decided to play with shades of blue and gray and chose up a light wood and snow-white furniture. All rooms are arranged in a circle, and the central place in the house is the kitchen, where you can not only dine at…

Spanish designers are true masters of their craft when it comes to a combination of coziness and beauty. In this house in Barcelona, ​​the maximum amount of natural materials has been used: from stone and wood to cotton flax. The inspiration was, of course, nature itself: local mountain landscapes, a river and a forest. At…