The rooms of the new Proper hotel in San Francisco do not have a single wall that would not have been decorated with expressive wallpaper, and the patterns are often bold and colorful. And also carpets, drapery, paintings – the prints here are everywhere. The interior design is again based on the nostalgic retro style, which is presented in a modern and smooth way. We invite you to take a small virtual journey through the rooms of this beautiful hotel!
Scandinavian interiors can amaze with their contrasts. In this Swedish apartment, the ceiling with stucco molding and antique watches perfectly coexist with chic photographs, pencil drawings, cushions with prints and modern furniture. This game of opposites makes the interiors live and extraordinary. To chose fancy contemporary details in the apartment in the old house requires a certain boldness, but the result is worth it. Great home!
Interiors with bright accents or wallpaper with bold prints fade in comparison with this extraordinary apartment in New York. Here, not just styles, textures and images are mixed, but the apartment has its own unique character and even a sense of humor. A strict kitchen with a marble island and immediately a bedroom right in the living room, a working place as in an office, but with a fluffy pink chair, a caricature of the “Mona Lisa” and a picture of puppet shoes. In this home, there was a place for creativity, functionality and freedom. This design is not for everyone, but certainly in a positive way!
It seems that for New York designer Patrick Mele there are no limits and stereotypes in design. The most daring colors and the most unexpected pieces of furniture fill the interiors created by this extravagant designer. A small apartment with black walls and bright paintings, a country house in all colors of rainbow, a purple living room with a red sofa – the portfolio of Patrick Mele is very diverse and will not leave anyone indifferent. Enjoy!
“The weather is so often rainy in St. Petersburg, so I want something colorful and bright, I want a feeling that I’m at the sea” – this is how the owner of this riverfront apartment described her requirements. Designer Yana Svetlova took the customer’s words literally – the interior was filled with all shades of the sea, from dark blue to emerald green. One of the main features of this project is the unique wallpaper and textiles from the designer’s own collection. Bold and extravagant!
“Calm, pastel interiors in a neutral color scheme ..” – this is definitely not about the work of a young and arrogant design studio Black Lacquer Design! The firm is on the list of “15 fresh new faces in design in 2017” thanks to its bold and eclectic approach to creating residential spaces. The interiors by Black Lacquer Design are juicy, often unexpectedly bright and surely inspiring. Hope you’ll enjoy them!
This might be one of the most daring interiors we’ve ever seen. Designer Hubert Zandberg has so much of imagination that he creates such extraordinary and creative spaces. Today we want to share a small apartment in Paris with interiors decorated in a green palette with a botanical theme. Details here deserve a separate story as they can be explored for hours. What do you think of this design?
Those of you who find the Scandinavian style monotonous and boring, just have to check out the works of M. Design Interiors studio. Every their interior is a storehouse of original ideas and bold solutions. Studio’s style is difficult to describe in a nutshell and the color scheme used is not limited to any framework. We are happy to share the best of their portfolio with you!
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Neutral gray and pastel tones are very popular nowadays and many designers are good in using it. But creating a cool and unique palette with bold saturated colors really requires special skills and talent. Designer Elena Fateeva used unusual green for decorating interiors in this smart apartment for one in Kyiv and managed to deliver very stylish and memorable modern space. Great project!