White interiors are not the prerogative of only Scandinavian designers. White color also looks awesome with famous Parisian interiors, which in many ways are even more elegant and artistic than their Scandinavian counterparts. Just look at how easy with the help of small details of French design, just a white space turned into a wonderful home for a big city. Pure beauty!
When the current owners bought this small apartment in London, the main and the only advantage was the location – just a few steps from the famous Regent’s Park. But the rest was not so positive: dilapidated interiors, an abandoned empty space and an uncomfortable atmosphere. The family lives in New York, but they love London very much of and often come here, so it was important to create a feeling of “home away from home” in the new apartment, but the interiors should also have been stylish and with character. And the studio Run For The Hills managed to do a great job!
The Paris apartments are our long-standing and very strong love. This exquisite classic wall decor, herringbone parquet, refined pieces of furniture – the unique features of Parisian interiors cannot be confused with anything else. This apartment in the center of Paris is a good model of this unrivaled style and a vivid example of modern French design which is based on magnificent traditions. Pure beauty!
The ideal interior in our understanding is when the first-class design meets magnificent architecture. This is what happened in one apartment in Barcelona: here we have gorgeous space, plenty of natural light, and a great sense of style by designers from Meritxell Ribe. Enjoy!
This stylish apartment in Manhattan fits perfectly into the concept of the most popular city in the world – it is modern, refined and with character. The dark wall color in the living room is emphasized by the bright red chairs, and the refined golden details indicate the high status of this home. By the way, the owners of the apartment come from Nicaragua, so do not be surprised by the light, but harmonious exotic motifs in the decor. Great work!
When a family from Russia bought this beautiful townhouse in a quiet area of Belgravia in London, they turned to one of the best local studios Janine Stone and asked to create an elegant and modern home where the grandeur of the past centuries should be felt. Due to the fact that the building is protected as an important historical heritage, there were almost no major structural changes the house, and all the improvements were coordinated with experts. Interestingly, all the internal works took 18 months, and the owners did not see their home until the very end of the project. Enjoy!
The portfolio of photographer Jesper Florbrant has everything that the modern Scandinavian design is rich: updated gorgeous classic apartment in the old buildings of the center of Stockholm, the ultramodern minimalist flat by leading Swedish designers, and the budget interiors from IKEA. But no matter what kind of space he shoots, his photographs are always about the attention to the smallest detail and beautiful work with natural light. Enjoy!
In the 18th century, this magnificent palace in the heart of Lisbon served as a summer residence for nobles, and its architecture is still an important city’ historical property. The architect Tiago Patricio Rodríguez faced a difficult task: to adapt the old house to the realities of the 21st century with the help of modern design so that it does not lose its authenticity. Great project!
The owner of this apartment of 75 sqm in Moscow lives outside the city, and this flat is used only from time to time overnights in the city or to accommodate his business partners. This fact predetermined the concept and layout of the interior – almost all space was given to lounge and sleeping areas, while the kitchen is quite small. The color scheme is calm and soft, consists of warm tones, while the spaces are designed in modern classic style with art objects in decor. Great project!
The founder of design studio of the same name Julia Buckingham invented and even patented the word that best describes the style of her interiors – “modernique”. In her understanding, these are interesting and non-ordinary living spaces, which necessarily have their own feature, which is an unexpected, bright piece of furniture or decor. Thanks to such boldness, her work balances on the edge of modern American classics and eclecticism. In a word, her portfolio is cool and entertaining. Enjoy!