The area where this wonderful Tudor home is located is called Charmwood and the design is in line. The interiors reveal a wonderful mix of ancient medieval elements, unsurpassed English style and modern techniques and materials. Each room here as a separate story, unique, but harmoniously inscribed in the big picture. So inspiring!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov wanted to live only in the center of Moscow to be closer to his parents. Architecture, location, view from the window played a key role in the search, so Pavel has chosen a famous Bolshoi Theater workers house, which was built in 1954 and has a gorgeous facade with magnificent stucco. Inside, however, nothing said about historical greatness and there was no point in leaving anything. Pavel tried to create his own historical architecture and fill the home with things that theoretically could have been left by the former owners. Beautiful design!
Robert Brown collected more than 20 awards from American Society of Interior Designers and was named Southeastern Designer of the Year by Veranda Magazine. Before setting up his studio, he worked more than 20 years in the fashion industry, where he has managed to perfect his impeccable sense of style. The space created by Robert are distinguished by elegant aesthetics, exclusive furniture and decor, elegant classic lines and shapes. Enjoy!
The framework for Natalia Miyar projects is almost always very simple: white monochrome walls and ceiling, no frills or complicated architectural elements. But what saturates these spaces is the expressive and unique prints and textures that she skillfully combines with each other. Paintings and wall decor also play a key role in these interiors: a large picture is often the element around which the design of a particular room is built. Enjoy!
This modern family home in London matches the status of Chelsea area where it is located: large, luxurious, and the interiors are decorated with finest materials and expensive furniture. Despite its modernity, the home is designed in best traditions of the famous English style. Hope you’ll like it!
This apartment in Moscow, Russia, does not look like a typical feminine home although it was designed for a young woman. Neoclassic interiors are quite strict with clean lines, and the color scheme consists mainly of neutral calm tones – such a unisex space. In any case, the home is very elegant and stylish. Enjoy!
Although this wooden cottage is located in a countryside outside of a big city, is small in size and is used mainly on weekends, the owners decided they will not sacrifice any style or elegance while designing interior spaces. Elegant furniture, wall pictures in black frames, carefully selected unique pieces of decor – all of this make give the interiors noble and refined feel. Beautiful home by Robert Brown Interior Design!
Most of us prefer calm and neutral interiors, where we find rest and relaxation at the end of a busy day. But there is also a category of people who can not live without bright colorful environment and who find their happiness in juicy colors. It is for such people that Nadya Zotova designed this apartment Moscow with a total area of 80 sqm and gave it a wonderful name “Color provocation.” Enjoy!
This modern home for a New York family on the Californian coast does not look exactly like a typical family nest. Here interiors are dominated by clean lines, minimalist design and light colors, and a true luxury lies in natural materials. The fact is that the owners, having lived for a long time in the metropolis, wanted to add a bit of urban elegance and style to their resort accommodation. Wonderful airy dwelling!
Designer Inna Usubyan called her recent apartment project in Moscow “Sky of Paris”, and indeed, in the interiors has some beautiful touches of the French style. The owner of the apartment is in love with Paris for its romance, beautiful streets and cozy cafes, which could not but affect the design of her own home. Gorgeous large mirrors in golden frames, antique chandelier, moldings – the details in this house are so cool. Enjoy!