Owners of this beach house in Sussex, England, wanted their interiors to be timeless and cozy at the same time. Proximity to the ocean (home is located a few meters to the water) inspired the concept and color scheme of the design. Delicate shades of blue prevail in decoration, also warm light wood and wicker furniture and accessories complete the overall image. What a charming home!
Usually, owners of apartments in old historic houses want to keep the original classical decor elements, but not in this apartment in the heart of Moscow, Russia. The building itself has a very rich and interesting history, namely in this apartment previously a famous actress lived, but now it looks like a chic home in a modern new building. Here only the cozy little balcony overlooking the courtyard, which remained untouched, reminds about the past. The interiors, like most of the works of Elena Gorenshtein, are modern and bold, and beautiful dark tones prevail in the palette. Awesome!
You can’t have too much of color – designer Jessica Buckley was perhaps guided by this principle, when she was creating the interiors of the beautiful townhouse in Edinburgh. The walls here are painted in the most vivid and rich shades, such as blue, red, pink, and the whole picture is complemented by all kinds of colorful paintings, textiles, wallpaper. Excellent and cheerful version of the traditional English design!
Only in Paris you will find such wonderful living spaces like this apartment on the top floor of an old building. The owners here enjoy romantic views of the roofs of the houses. And these bright colors, lovely furniture, ceilings! Wonderful retro touches in the decor are also here. It is love at first sight!
Usually, apartments for rent are designed in a simple and minimalist manner, with functionality and comfort in mind at first. But the owners of this rental apartment in Barcelona spent a lot of time and energy to create a truly refined and sophisticated home, despite the fact that it was created not for themselves. Magnificent wall decor, clean lines, exquisite shapes and beautiful work with color – staying here during a trip to Barcelona would be a real dream!
When designing her own home, the Birgitta Pearce faced a problem: it turned out that she herself was her most difficult client. A century-old house in Dutch colonial style required a serious renovation, and when you develop something for yourself, it turns out that there will be no comments like: “Here I would like to see something different, and here add another detail.” However, as if Birgitt was not strict with herself, she and her husband managed to create a truly beautiful home, where the severity of the Scandinavian style (Birgitta was born in Denmark) and the brightness and lightness of the casual coastal living were combined. Enjoy!
The owners of this 53 sqm apartment in the center of Ukrainian city Zaporizhia initially planned to rent it out, but after the project was completed, they liked the design so much that they decided to live in it. And indeed, the interiors really look very stylish, in many respects thanks to the deep blue tone that prevails in decoration. Spaces are designed in the modern minimalist style, the layout is smart and well-planned. This is a great example of comfortable city dwelling of a small size!
Today we have a nice example of how to make an interesting space out of a simple and unremarkable small apartment. First, the glass wall here was a really good solution: besides the fact that it conveniently divided the main room into two functional zones, it also looks stylish and is truly a highlight of the home. Another great idea – a fragment of the wall near the bed painted in dark blue. By the way, the blue color here is also underlined by textiles and wall decor throughout the apartment.
In this New York townhouse, blue color is the main theme in the design of the whole home, and already on the facade you can see hints of this: blue shutters distinguish it out of neighboring buildings. Since the townhouse was built in the early 19th century, the interiors are designed in elegant classics, but with a modern twist and with the addition of glamorous notes. Such an unusual and memorable home!
Small houses have a special sense of coziness due to the chamber atmosphere. But if it is also an old building with original wooden beams, an authentic oven and vintage furniture, everything becomes even more beautiful. This Swedish cottage itself looks so fabulous so it did not need lots of festive decor on Christmas. Only a few touches: a holiday tree, candles, lights and a pair of spruce garlands – that’s it! Now you can call guests and spend cozy evenings with loved ones.