All posts with tag:grey

Today we have a home in the attic, but not old and abandoned, like a grandmother’s cottage, but modern and stylish. Of course, we are talking about Stockholm – a city in which they love and gladly create attic housing. This apartment is located on the top floor of a renovated historic building and has…

Classic moldings and panels lavishly adorn the walls in every room in this Stockholm apartment, even in the kids room. The decision is very appropriate because the housing is located in a 100-year-old building in the Swedish capital and such decor techniques perfectly harmonize with the architectural features of the house. We also liked the…

Still, Scandinavians prefer calm, monochromatic interiors over colorful living spaces. All-gray interiors are really a trademark of northern designers, and today we are talking about just such a home. But do not rush to blame the owners for boringness – in this apartment in Stockholm, monochrome gray is favorably diluted with warm decor and light…

Usually, the basis of any interior is designed in a light and calm manner, while character and color are added with the help of decor pieces. In this Swedish apartment, the opposite is true: all the walls are painted in a rather active dark gray shade, and the furniture is light and monochromatic, almost white….

Designer Anastasia Komarova named the project of her small apartment in Moscow “Twilight”. As the owner explains, this is her favorite time of the day, when the colors fade around, everything becomes muted as if covered with fog. Anastasia transferred this mood to the interiors of the apartment: calm dark tones, rough natural and soft…

Premises of former factories are not always brutal loft spaces with brick walls and concrete surfaces. For example, designer Jessie Schuster has created an elegant modern oasis in an old industrial building in New York in pleasant soothing colors and interesting designer furniture. It is worth noting that some characteristic loft elements have been preserved:…

The ground floor of this Swedish apartment in Sweden resembles a standard living space with three spacious rooms, but a spiral staircase leads upstairs to the attic bedroom. There was enough room for a bed, an open dressing room and a small wardrobe in a special niche. The ladder was also used wisely, with bookshelves…