You do not have your own house by the sea, but you really like the sea style in decor? H&M Home will help you to transfer the atmosphere of a carefree beachside holiday to your home with a new line of products in the white blue range. Bedding, rugs, pillows, natural materials – this design really gives relax and sets the holiday mood. Enjoy!
Today we want to share pictures of a magnificent, almost ideal kitchen for a country house in the USA. It combines color and texture, aesthetics and functionality so harmoniously so we cannot find any fault here. Even the smallest details, such as pots and plates on the shelves – everything is perfect. There is a large window above the washbasin – dishwashing is not boring here at all.:) A pale blue tone is a beautiful match for natural surfaces and textures. Dream space!
The dark blue wall color and golden details of decor are a perfect combination that adds elegance to the interior and just looks gorgeous. If there are also large windows that let in a lot of daylight – like in this Swedish apartment – then the result will be a sight to behold. By the way, the decoration of the apartment was done on a budget, as almost all items are by IKEA. Great project!
The interiors of this Chicago condo represent an exquisite mix of several completely different styles and trends in design. Firstly, these are objects of classics and antique details, such as paintings, vintage bureaus, small tables. Large furniture and decor can be attributed to the modern style, some elements are exclusive and “one of a kind.” Also in the decoration, we can see notes of industrial style – metal, leather. A special place is given to golden details and accessories, which are presented in each room. Such a unique home!
When renovating apartments in old houses in Europe, designers are increasingly tending to bright and bold colors. And we must say, it looks very lively and interesting. Exactly this happened with the charming apartment in the center of Milan as local designer used different bright shades of blue. In the living room, for example, it is saturated dark blue, in the kitchen – soft blue, well, in the bedroom, the restrained grey tones prevail. Old ceiling beams, which were preserved during the repair, look here very impressive.
White interiors, diluted with dark accents and seasoned with touches of deep blue – this is a brief design description of this Scandinavian apartment. Dark accents, in this case, are first and foremost stylish black doors in contrast to white walls, small interior items and a modern dining set. And the touches of the blue color here are played mainly by massive curtains in the living room and bedroom, which are supported by plaids and images in the wall frames. An excellent option for a rental house!
In this Parisian home, there is not a single spot on walls that would not have been painted in a very bold color or decorated with bold wallpapers or tiles. The main color in the interiors is blue, its different shades can be seen in almost every room. We really loved the kitchen with the windows on the inner courtyard, especially the idea with the tile continuing on the wall. Another great project by wonderful French studio Double G.
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!