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!
As a kid, Michael Aiduss was obsessed with interiors as he with parents together was engaged in the reconstruction of their historic mansion in New Jersey. There was no doubt about the future profession – Michael entered famous FIT University where he studied design, and after graduation immediately got a job in a well-known New York studio. Now he’s a pretty successful designer, with its unique signature style, an impressive track record of projects, as well as numerous satisfied customers. Today we want to share the best of Michael Aiduss’ portfolio!
You will not find simple interiors or budget tiny space in the portfolio of Helen Green. Being one of the leading British designers, Helen mostly designs luxury apartments and houses in London for sophisticated and influential client. Each of her projects is filled with art objects, expensive furniture and finishings, unique decor. But this is an aesthetically beautiful luxury that attracts and inspires. Today we want to share one of her works – a exquisite apartment in the heart of London!
Despite the size of this charming apartment in Toronto (only 50 sqm), the owners did not sacrifice either the beauty or the convenience. First, there are lots of storage spaces, and the most important of them is a magnificent media wall with built-in TV and even an electric fireplace! In addition, the interiors are so stylish and exquisite – a black and white base and elegant moldings played an important role. Interestingly, the apartment has even elements of loft style: concrete surfaces and almost 5 meters high ceilings. Great tiny home!
When the family from Russia purchased this stunning Georgian townhouse in London, they immediately made a very right choice – they entrusted the interior renovation to one of the best designers specializing in historical architecture – Philip Vergeylen and Paolo Moschino. This tandem has created on the basis of magnificent classical spaces luxurious interiors that have absorbed all the best from the past and features of sophisticated modern design. Gorgeous home!
Very often wallpapers can work miracles, and in this English bedroom a fairy tale really happened. The Upper Brook Street wallpaper by Little Greene has a very active print: a dark base and a vivid floral pattern were created perhaps for any room except bedroom, but designer Karen Knox decided to give it a try. As a result, she got one of the most unusual bedrooms that we have ever seen!
The Russian city of Kaliningrad thanks to its German past inherited a magnificent architecture of gorgeous old buildings with spacious and bright spaces. Not all of them are now suitable for modern life, but one of the apartments in such 100-year-old house deserves special attention. Studio Make Interiors recently completed a wonderful renovation of this historic dwelling and created beautiful modern classic interiors. Light base, elegant stucco and moldings, bright modern furniture and textiles make up a very stylish and positive atmosphere in this home. Enjoy!
If you take separately all the textures and colors present in the interiors of this elegant apartment in Edinburgh, seems like it’s not possible to combine them together – the palette and the prints are so diverse. But designer Jessica Buckley was able to do it so well that as the result is a very bright and unique home with its own character and bold solutions. The dark gray wall paint was chosen here for good reason – it perfectly calms down such a splash of colors. Bravo!
We could admire New York brownstones forever as they are so beautiful both outside and inside. It’s a famous symbol of the city, these cozy facades and stairs leading to the entrance have repeatedly appeared in big and not really Hollywood movies. Today we have another magnificent townhouse in the popular West Village area, which captivates from the first photo. Enjoy!
Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian – the architecture of London bears the names of great English kings and, probably, that is why its greatness has survived to this day. This beautiful townhouse belongs to the latter. The owners have been living here for 12 years, but after recently their youngest son went to University, they started a big renovation. Renewed interiors got more light, air, and color, but most importantly – they are still in perfect harmony with the magnificent architecture. We invite you to step inside!