The interiors of this Swiss chalet Lucine look modern and sophisticated thanks to the strict dark elements of the decoration, which together with the wooden base of the house create beautiful contrasts. Architects make everything possible for owners to enjoy stunning views – in addition to the huge windows there is a charming long balcony along the entire perimeter of the house. Dream!
Mountain cottages in the Alps are not very often designed in a minimalist style, but Chalet Komani is just the example of modern design harmoniously combined with the architecture and with the surroundings. The cool gray wall paint is accompanied by the warm wooden ceilings, while black and color elements of the décor play as contrast accents. Despite all the severity, the interiors are decorated with great taste and a style. Great work!
Chalet is one of the few types of present-day buildings that honor the past and do not hesitate of their roots. Almost always chalet interiors are above the time and history and it is impossible to tell whether the photographs were taken yesterday or 100 years ago. This traditional alpine house in the Swiss village of Verbier is just such – cozy and “like from the past”. One can be fond of modern design or Scandinavian minimalism, but such interiors will delight the eye anyway!
There is a big chance that many years ago a mountain chalet for important people looked exactly like this. Just look at this scale and on the magnificent traditional interiors – here it is very easy to get lost in time and dissolve in cozy luxury. The creators of this home purposely emphasized the classic design, because the chalet in its original image is the most beautiful thing that alpine design can give. And what do you think?
Here in Kyiv, we have not seen snow for so long, but it’s winter after all! Therefore today we would like to share beautiful photos of a snow-covered Daphne chalet in Switzerland so that we can virtually experience the atmosphere of the season:). But, of course, not only for this reason – the interiors of this cozy wooden cottage are decorated very nicely and look so cozy. Just like we love!
This Swiss chalet has simply amazing lighting: when all the candles of different shapes and sizes light up, the beams are illuminated, elegant lamps are lit, and the fireplace works, the house is filled with a special and so cozy atmosphere. In addition, interiors themselves deserve some flattering words – designers skillfully combined modern style with traditional Alpine elements. A highlight of the living room is, of course, a red velvet sofa, which looks very elegant and beautiful!
The Alps offer magnificent views no matter where you are – landscapes are so beautiful. But it seems like this Swiss chalet is located in one of the best spots for contemplating local attractions – the world famous mountain peaks. Just imagine how nice it is to drink morning coffee, wrapped in a warm plaid on this nice private balcony. Breathtaking views and such a tasteful interior design!
Who said that only Scandinavian can create perfect white interiors?! :) This all-white modern house in Zurich looks so cozy and inspiring. Of course, large windows and stylish contrast decor played their important role in such a warm atmosphere inside the villa. Beautiful project!
This modern chalet in the famous Alpine town of Zermatt reveals a successful attempt to inscribe a stylish European urban design into a traditional Swiss house. Here we see the beautiful Scandinavian kitchen in rather unexpected as for a chalet gray-blue color, which immediately added a cool highlight to the interior. Also, designers have worked fine with the decor – there are not many details here, but the color accents are set very skillfully. Lovely and cozy mountain home!
This guest house in the Swiss Alps can be rented for a weekend – in 2015 it was renovated from an old wooden chalet. The interiors are quite unusual – the abundance of wood, typical for such houses, are mixed with elements of retro style, and even floral motifs that can be seen in wallpaper and decor. In total there are 8 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, and several terraces. An interesting feature – every room has a bright bathroom: pink, blue, white, and all of them are decorated in the style of 50’s and 60’s. But the best place, of course, is a veranda overlooking the mountains. Fascinating!