The interiors of this modern house in England are a synonym for spring and the awakening nature. The main feature of the home – the huge windows, thanks to which the rooms get as much light as possible, which makes a difference in interiors and gives it a certain style. The theme of light and spring is continued in the living room and study: floristic prints, green and yellow shades, pictures depicting southern nature. For the bedroom, the kids room and the cinema on the ground floor, on the contrary, the shades of blue and blue were chosen, so the rooms turned out to be different in mood, but also necessarily bright. Very harmonious and cozy modern home!
This apartment of 90 sqm is located in one of the new residential complexes with modern architecture in the center of Moscow, and this dictated the design of interior spaces. The interiors turned out modern and sophisticated, designed in the spirit of the trendy New York or London homes, with bright and expressive details and accents. Look at this gorgeous big picture over the dinner table. Great design!
Antiques from French Provence, classical elements of the past, modern design of today and a dose of contemporary art – the decorator Jullie Hillman has created truly unique interiors for her home in Hamptons, near New York. It is interesting that during the project the owner even went to France several times to buy the necessary furniture and decor. Now, this is a beloved getaway for its owners and a small masterpiece of interior design. Enjoy!
In the past, this building on the Estcourt Road in London was used as a tire shop, but in 2017 the house got a new life – not it’s a stylish modern apartment. The new design is based on the combination of black, white and gray colors with touches of warm tones. The home does not have many windows, but here it lots of light, thanks to the large window in the ceiling of the living room. The interiors are not overloaded with color combinations and complex shapes, but at the same time it turned out to be very voluminous, relief: wood, partitions, white brick wall, mosaic in the bathroom – all this makes the apartment look interesting and fee comfy.
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!
Combining stucco molding, brick and bright colors in one space is a fresh and very original choice. This is exactly what makes the design of this apartment in Poland. Fireplace, parquet, boiserie panels and ceiling rosettes – this is an unquestionable reference to the classics, but it was decided to dilute the spaces with elements of loft style, bright furniture and non-standard accessories. Classic ceilings were decorated with black luminaries in an industrial style, guitars were placed next to the stucco on the walls, and the bath tube with legs has a stripe print. It is unlikely that there is another such a home in the world, as this project is completely unique!
Usually, an average city apartment has one balcony or a maximum of two, but in this Spanish apartment, there are as many as 7 of them! The thing is in the gorgeous historical architecture of the building in the center of Madrid, which was designed with many small French-style balconies throughout the facade. Interestingly, the interiors have a clear Scandinavian feel, with its minimalism and contrasts, although there are also elements of French and Spanish aesthetic. Wonderful city home!
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!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Мы несколько раз на Пуфике публиковали дома и квартиры “наших” за рубежом, но посмотреть как живут иностранцы в наших краях также весьма интересно. И сегодня у нас подвернулась такая возможность. Владельцы этого таунхауса на Северо-Западе Москвы родом из США, поэтому перед дизайнером Ксенией Мезенцевой была поставлена четкая задача: создать интерьер в стиле современных апартаментов Нью-Йорка или Чикаго. Интересно, что на все про все у дизайнера было 4 месяца, при этом заказчики во время реализации проекта отсутствовали и все согласования делались удаленно. Приятного просмотра!
After seven years of living in Liguria, Italy, the owners of this villa returned to Sweden and wanted to fill the house with the memories of life in the south. And they did it as elegantly as possible. There are no juicy tones that are common in southern nature, but soft pink, beige and brown colors remind of rocks by the sea, the setting sun and a peaceful nature. The interiors are very modern and fairly minimalistic but at the same time they inspire and give peace and tranquility!