All posts with tag:modern classics

For many of us, renovation is a great stress and a test that we’d love to experience no more than 1-2 times in our lives and always dream that it will end as soon as possible. But there are people for whom renovation is a lifestyle and a pleasant habit. French designer Anne-Sophie Paillere has…

True art does not fade even through the centuries, and English interiors can be called so with confidence. Take, for example, this wonderful 19th-century townhouse in London – its interiors have been restored many times, but most key details have remained almost unchanged. Despite this, the interior space still looks as inspiring and cozy as…

The owners of this home, a married couple with two children, wanted to get away from strict classics and old-fashioned design and rethink the interiors. Designer Chad Dorsey used reclaimed bricks and bright wallpaper for the walls to make it come true. Bold solutions are combined with conservative furnishings and decor to create a timeless…

The owners of this Brooklyn townhouse wanted to create a home suitable for living with kids, but at the same time highlighting the history of the building, which was built in the 19th century. As a result, they agreed on a combination of classics and modern style. During the recent renovation, it was decided to…

Simple yet elegant and stylish, light but not without bold contrasts, modern yet with character – this is how you can describe the interiors of this historic townhouse in Boston. Studio C&J Katz recently renovated this magnificent example of classical architecture to make it a comfortable home for a young modern family. The design recognizes…

Designed by Fiona Lynch, this residence in Australia strikes with elegance and sophistication in form and material, both outside and inside. Its graceful stone facade and classical entrance are reminiscent of stately French mansions, which have been an example of unsurpassed architecture for centuries. In interior design, each detail is a small masterpiece, as all…

Simple, ordinary, restrained – this is definitely not about the interiors by French decorator Claude Cartier. She is known in her native Lyon and far beyond its borders for the extravagant, unlike anything design, in which art is closely intertwined with bold decorating techniques. And all this, as a rule, in magnificent French historical homes….

Classic moldings and panels lavishly adorn the walls in every room in this Stockholm apartment, even in the kids room. The decision is very appropriate because the housing is located in a 100-year-old building in the Swedish capital and such decor techniques perfectly harmonize with the architectural features of the house. We also liked the…