All posts with tag:Scandinavian style

Italian interiors do not appear on the pages of our blog as often as we would like, but today we are happy to fix this mistake. Moreover, there is a very good and interesting reason – the work by the talented Italian decorator Vanessa Pisk. Of course, the influence of French style and Scandinavian notes…

Houseplants can be not just details, but an important part of the design – this apartment in Sweden proves this. Green accents amazingly enhanced the elegant design of grey and milky tones, giving it freshness and southern aesthetics. Especially great they look with purple, pink and beige textiles and accessories. A remarkable feature of many…

For the design of this modern apartment in Moscow, designer Ivan Pozdnyakov chose a calm pastel-gray shade named Yucatan – in honor of the famous peninsula in Mexico with a lot of beaches with sand of the same color. And he painted almost all the surfaces, therefore the interiors are perceived restrained and monochrome, resembling…

Pastel colors in interior design are for those who want to add some softness and tenderness to their home. And if you combine the pastel palette with a laconic modern design, you can get quite stylish and inspiring living spaces at the end. In Australian studio Norsu, they do not hide their passion for Scandinavian…

This cute one-bedroom apartment with an area of 32 square meters. m in Sweden can not boast a large number of furniture, stylish fashionable decor or even the presence of curtains on the windows – but what a lot of charm and comfort in it! With a very small budget for repairs, the designers managed…

This incredible farmhouse in Dutch countryside is unlike any other that we have seen before. Just look at this unique thatched roof – we thought that such roofs exist only in fairy tales or in old photographs, and that it’s impossible to find them in reality. Surprisingly, the rest of the cottage is quite modern…

We just love this new trend for naturalness in modern interiors! It now concerns not only the use of a large amount of wood in decoration, but also the color scheme of warm natural shades, simple burlap and linen fabrics in textiles, dried flowers, wicker chairs and straw carpets. Of course, in the forefront of…