All posts with tag:скульптуры

The owner of this villa on the Costa Brava in Spain is the painter and decorator Lázaro Rosa Violana, and that says it all. He turned the villa of the 60-70s of the last century into an original and unique art object. Choosing white walls and a wooden floor as a base, Lazaro boldly saturated…

The designer of this London apartment – Holly Bowden – believes that a combination of old and new things can create an interior that is beyond the control of time. Pastel colors are combined with elegant antique furniture to create a beautiful look. The decor also has a role to play: a figurine in the…

Pamela Makin, the designer of this Sydney home, described the project as ‘a sophisticated European influence.’ And, indeed, the design resembles Italian or Spanish timeless interiors. For the interiors, Pamela chose muted colors and expensive materials. Against the background of white, beige and gray, geometry (arches, portals, stucco molding) and black contrasting furniture played perfectly….

Interior designers Xavi and Ignasi live in this eclectic, creative and interesting apartment in Barcelona. At first glance, the interiors seem too chaotic, but with each attentive glance, new layers and facets are revealed. It is based on tiles, doors and stucco moldings of the late 19th century, it was at this time that the…

The hotel or rather the guest house The Darling on Amager Square in the very heart of Copenhagen can be called truly Danish not only because of its characteristic interiors, but also because it houses a showroom of Danish design. The space of the hotel resembles an apartment you have visited: a lot of textiles,…

Modern furniture of unusual shapes perfectly coexists with the classic details in this house in Sydney. It was built in 1909 and has since survived many owners, each of whom brought something of their own to the interiors. The current owners wanted to preserve the original features of the house: columns, wooden panels, doors, stained-glass…

The modern design of this apartment in London combines the cultural elements of two continents: Africa and Europe. At 168 sqm, designers used different color schemes: from pale pink to active blue. Almost all the furniture was made to order according to individual drawings – it was important to create objects in an ethnic style,…

In its style and atmosphere, this Stockholm apartment resembles French interiors. All thanks to the white color, herringbone parquet, stucco molding, and boiserie panels. Although minimalism and attention to detail here are precisely from Scandinavian design. The kitchen is the most minimalistic in terms of decor, but from this no less spectacular. There are very…

This house in Amagansett, New York, is not only remarkable for its location at the very edge of the ocean but also has stunning modern interiors. In appearance, a standard minimalist house made of wood and glass hides a curious interior design. Frampton studio combined modern style with unusual decor, light and furniture. Everything is…

Bright space, beamed ceilings, ethnic prints and sculptures – it seems that we ended up in a house in the Himalayas. But actually this is a city apartment, which is located in the West Village area in the heart of Manhattan. The design is based on unusual paintings and ethnic decor, they helped create a…