Scandinavian interiors can amaze with their contrasts. In this Swedish apartment, the ceiling with stucco molding and antique watches perfectly coexist with chic photographs, pencil drawings, cushions with prints and modern furniture. This game of opposites makes the interiors live and extraordinary. To chose fancy contemporary details in the apartment in the old house requires a certain boldness, but the result is worth it. Great home!
The history of this house on the Costa Brava, Spain, began in the 50s of last century, but for the last 40 years, it has not seen any repair. The owner Eugene, interior designer, renovate the interior spaces with great attention to detail and lovingly revived the territory. Now nothing tells about the former despair. In the bright rooms of the house, retro details and rustic style are beautifully combined together, there are a lot of wood and natural fabrics. We just love the wonderful staircase with white and blue tiles and a spacious kitchen. Not to mention the well-groomed backyard. This house has really got a new bright life!
A spacious apartment in the heart of the city is a dream for any city person, and when it’s this stylish, it just gets ideal! The Stockholm apartment designed in modern Scandinavian styles amazes with its size: a huge bedroom with a dressing room, a bathroom with a sauna and a kitchen with a wine fridge. By the way, the cooker hood is so cool – the mirror is an unusual solution. We loved the big collection of paintings that contrasts with the interior and gives it a twist. Impressive home!
Owners of this beach house in Sussex, England, wanted their interiors to be timeless and cozy at the same time. Proximity to the ocean (home is located a few meters to the water) inspired the concept and color scheme of the design. Delicate shades of blue prevail in decoration, also warm light wood and wicker furniture and accessories complete the overall image. What a charming home!
This stunning apartment in Paris attracts not only with its gorgeous space but also with unique design: modern art, classic fireplace, exquisite mirrors, owl figure and bright prints. The interiors tell us a story of the owners’ life and they seem to be extraordinary people. Also, we were struck by the ballet barre in the bedroom, which is not often seen in the design. And the spacious shower with a bench – perfect for those who like to spend a lot of time in the bathroom. Sophisticated design!
Adding a color to a room with light neutral base is one of the most difficult and simultaneously fascinating tasks. How to choose the right tone, how to avoid too many accents, how to convey the atmosphere? The designers of this Swedish apartment know all the answers. Here, pink and burgundy do not play a major role, but without these shades, the interiors would not look so attractive. Everything here is decorated very subtly and competently, with scrupulousness and love. Charming home!
When designing her own home, the Birgitta Pearce faced a problem: it turned out that she herself was her most difficult client. A century-old house in Dutch colonial style required a serious renovation, and when you develop something for yourself, it turns out that there will be no comments like: “Here I would like to see something different, and here add another detail.” However, as if Birgitt was not strict with herself, she and her husband managed to create a truly beautiful home, where the severity of the Scandinavian style (Birgitta was born in Denmark) and the brightness and lightness of the casual coastal living were combined. Enjoy!
In a neutral interior a person always wants to add individuality. The owners of this Swedish apartment, a young family with a child, supplemented the grey interior with catchy black details. The living room was decorated with chic photos, guitar and accessories made of metal. In the bedroom and kids room, illustrations also play an important place. We also loved the cozy dining nook in the kitchen: a small marble table, two chairs and a shelf with dishes and decor – ideal for a quick coffee or tea break. Stylish, cozy and very Scandinavian!
This country house with a light atmosphere and a touch of romance is located in Spanish Andalusia, but it clearly has French roots – after all, the Provence style rules here. Beams, small fireplaces, openwork furniture and a lot of nice little things are something for what Provence is loved all around the world, as this style turns any space into a synonym for comfort. The bathroom and the dressing room adjacent to it make one of the most powerful impressions – everything is so elegant, gentle and thoughtful. Most likely, such a home will make a strong impression on women, but it will certainly conquer men as well with its comfort. Stunning home!
It’s the wonderful details that created such a festive feel in this cozy Chicago home. Figurines, candles, small bouquets of flowers – every small piece of decor is important here. Of course, after the holidays are over, all this beauty will have to be removed to the closet until next season, but just look how much happiness, coziness and good mood is in this decoration. Enjoy!