Many believe that blue is the color of tranquility and relaxation. Perhaps designer Mark D Sikes know this well as the interiors of this Californian home breathe calm and comfort. White, blue and light brown played very well together, there are also notes of country style and American classics. The veranda with a view of the beautiful grove is decorated in the same palette and textiles. This solution perfectly connected the interior with outdoor space. Not to mention how beautifully all the prints and details fit together.
We have already seen many colorful interiors, but that the house was so colorful and juicy not only inside but also outside, this is perhaps for the first time. And where else can we find such a splash of colors if not in Brazil – the country where people can celebrate life in so many ways. The facade of this incredible villa on the oceanfront is painted in rich blue and this color theme continues in the interiors: shades of blue, pink – every room is so bright. Unforgettable!
The owner of this minimalist apartment in Moscow, Russia, wanted his home to symbolize a clear sky, freedom, and highness. And the color scheme is just right, though quite bold and unusual – a combination of rich blue and gray makes the interiors feel fresh and airy. The apartment belongs to a Moscow businessman who bought it as a city apartment, so in the design practicality and austerity came to the fore. Contemporary art objects play an important role in decoration and each art piece was selected literally from all over the world. Great project!
In Spain the old architecture is appreciated a lot, local design studios during the reconstruction try to preserve as much of the original elements of the outdated buildings as possible. So it happened in this case: this spacious apartment in Barcelona has been restored recently, but there is much here that reminds of the past: gorgeous stucco molding, emphasizing the height of ceilings and the space, original brickwork in the kitchen, stylized in antiques and vintage furniture. Another great example of timeless design!
The owner of interior store Casa Lopez in Paris Pierre Sauvage is a non-ordinary person, and this relates to his home as well. His previous apartment did not satisfy him just because it was built “only” slightly over 100 years ago. Therefore, as soon as he found a grandeur classical 18th century apartment in the heart of Paris, he immediately moved in without thinking. In the new home everything is exactly like he dreamed: magnificent space, high ceilings, stucco molding, and most importantly – the breath of history. Enjoy!
In this small but very functional and stylish apartment in the Polish town of Sopot, the kitchen is quite small, but for a rental purpose (the apartment is located close to the sea and was made for rent) is just perfect. But there is more than enough space for sit-downs in front of the TV, eating and having a rest, despite a modest 36 square meters of a total area. What a cool apartment!
This wonderful Parisian apartment attracts with its contrasts. Light and bright living room opposes to the dramatic hall painted in dark blue tone. Ceiling lamp simulating the moon or the sun (as you wish) looks just awesome. Panoramic windows located throughout the semi-diameter of the living room, increase the amount of space, and a fireplace with larger mirror opposite these windows help visually add air to the room. The bedroom is small but feels so comfy and the views are stunning. Beautiful design for those who seeks beauty in life!
Retro and classics could not be better friends like in the interior of this apartment in Paris. Furniture of the 60’s neighbors here with stucco and crystal chandeliers. By the way, such bright colors (blue, orange, pink), are not typical for Parisian interiors, but what a wonderful mix they can make when used properly. A special mood in the apartment is also created by numerous photographs and paintings, unusual mirrors and lamps. Looking at this interior, you understand what is a real Parisian chic!
Designer Claudio Bitdinger-Gassen chose for this French apartment of 70 sqm unexpectedly bold color scheme: mostly dark shades, both in the main living room and in the only bedroom. Vintage leather sofa and black fireplace added even more drama to the interior. Not without the colorful splashes in decor: a bright carpet in the living room, pillows, books. Of course, not everyone would like to live in this apartment, but the design is definitely worth seeing!
Most of us prefer calm and neutral interiors, where we find rest and relaxation at the end of a busy day. But there is also a category of people who can not live without bright colorful environment and who find their happiness in juicy colors. It is for such people that Nadya Zotova designed this apartment Moscow with a total area of 80 sqm and gave it a wonderful name “Color provocation.” Enjoy!