Open space and minimalism are now in trend, but there are people for whom things that are close to heart and personal collections are more important than living space. Each corner of this not the largest apartment in Stockholm is filled with various vintage details, statues, whimsical decor pieces. It seems that the home is fully packed with things, but the owner just feels the ideal home is this way. Enjoy!
When it comes to creating truly soulful interiors in warm tones, then Spanish designers are probably the best. Maybe it’s all in the sunny weather, which is held in the country almost all year round, but their homes always full of incredible amount of warmth and comfort. Just look at this wonderful home in the south of Spain – here the owner perfectly restored the family house in which she spent her childhood. Isn’t it beautiful?!
Aged furniture, vintage leather sofa, shabby decor in the living room and on the contrary modern minimalist kitchen and bathroom. This apartment in the downtown of Madrid demonstrates that the past and the present can perfectly coexist under one roof. And if it’s magical Spanish architecture, as in this case, then the result is even more inspiring. Let’s look!
If you love architecture with a history and adore old things, then you will definitely like 1898 The Post hotel in Ghent, Belgium. In the 19th century there was a city post office, and now it’s a stunningly beautiful hotel with 38 rooms. Dark green walls, abundant antique and vintage decor, atmospheric lighting – all of this helps guests to plunge into the life of the previous centuries. Perhaps, the old world has never been so stylish!
Vintage touches and nostalgia for the past – in this beautiful London townhouse, old furniture and antique details have perfectly fitted into modern English interiors. Thus, designers from Caz Myers tried to create a home that would best meet the latest design trends, but also give a timeless feel for its dwellers. Great project!
Love vintage style and always wanted to have such bedroom? Today we have a few great old-looking bedrooms for you to learn some useful ideas and smart solutions. Aged furniture of noble wood, antique decor items, and a warm color palette are the main components of a beautiful vintage interior. Enjoy!
The name of the Artist Residence hotel in Cornwall seems to prepare visitors for the splash of colors and creative atmosphere that prevails in this wonderful English cottage. And indeed, as soon as you get here, you plunge into traditional English interiors flooded with bright colors and tones. Unique place!
The owner of this home in Atlanta has a great passion for old architecture. She watched this house for 15 years before it was put up for sale – and there was not a doubt whether to buy or not. But in order to return the beautiful English-style cottage to its former glory, she hired designer Shon Parker, who had to deal with several additions left from previous owners and update the interiors. The result is so beautiful!
Designer Michael Del Piero has a passion for old and shabby things, that give the home a gorgeous vintage look and a feeling that it was built many years ago. At the same time, interiors that she creates are not for museums and exhibitions, they are also modern and comfy, meeting all the needs of today’s life. Subtle and beautiful!
This home in Tennessee is a fine example of a vintage style in modern design. Although the house is a new built, the pieces of furniture are stylized as antique, so it creates a feeling that you are traveling in time. But the spaces are by no means old-fashioned, and rather vice versa, having survived several centuries, are still actual and full of charm. Simply wonderful!