This wonderful apartment is located on one quiet and very beautiful street in Amsterdam, in a traditional house like in a postcard. The total area is 61 sqm and it consists of a spacious living room-kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and balcony. The light finishes were complemented by stucco moldings and a glass partition separating the rooms. But the main feature is furniture and decor. Everything mixed here: classic, modern, and oriental motifs. A special mood here is created by gold and silver details, as well as brown and terracotta color tones. Very stylish and completely non-conservative home in a house built in 1906!
Paris Odeon area is located in the heart of Paris, just a couple of minutes walk from the Luxembourg Gardens. It is here that this small and cozy apartment is located. It is located on the basement floor, slightly below ground level, so on 60 sqm, it was important to create light and cozy home. As a result, there are two bedrooms, a rather spacious kitchen, a living room and a bathroom. The ceilings here are not very high, but they managed to keep the girder ceilings, in addition to them made and stone walls. Yellow accents and a large number of lamps added a bit of a sun to the interiors. What a nice home!
This wonderful apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden feels so soft and delicate: light colors, weightless fabrics and comfy furniture. Of the catchy accents here, perhaps, only black and white abstract paintings and shelves with books. To further enhance the effect of lightness, the owners did not overload the spaces with curtains or dark furniture. Here everything works to ensure that the home has as much light as possible, because in Scandinavia, especially in winter and early spring, the sun is not the most frequent guest.
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!
This modernist apartment in Barcelona needed a fresh look and a modern breath. Large openwork windows, moldings and antique batteries look original, but it was also important to let the 21st century into the house. The designer started by repainting the black fireplace in white, then complemented the vintage furniture of the 1920s with details from the 50-60’s, and finally some pieces of modern furniture. The interiors were not overloaded with complex colors and bulky items, but there was a place for such interesting objects as a hanging robe over the bed or a stack of magazines in the fireplace. Very light and inspiring home with old touches!
Beige, brown and cream tones have an amazing ability to transform the interior. This Madrid apartment has become incredibly cozy and “warm” thanks to them. The designer, by the way, did not make the interior monochrome – exclusively beige or brown – and used these colors as accents. Also, we loved the window that was used as a mirror for the dressing table, and the old fireplace with candles. Particular attention should be paid to the dressing room: spacious, functional, and even with its own window. Wonderful apartment with elegant style and memorable details!
First of all, this apartment in Sweden is interesting for the fact that there are two levels – living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and the second floor is given to the kitchen, dining room and second living room. Moreover, this home has a cool glass ceiling with a dining area on it. The dining chairs were intentionally made transparent. Also, there are a lot of details of warm color and wooden elements, they perfectly soften the combination of white and gray, bringing to the interior a cozy warmth. A wonderful combination of creative layout and beautiful decor!
A young couple lives in this positive and bright house near Barcelona. They moved here quite recently and were very worried that the move would be painful. That is why it was important for the designer to create the most comfortable and happy environment. Yellow color and natural materials have perfectly helped in this. There is a bright open area of the kitchen-dining room-living where the owners can receive guests, and the veranda to spend long days in the summer, and the fireplace to sit by in winter. Warm and welcoming!
Normally Scandinavian interiors are compact enough, however, this apartment in Stockholm surprises with its big total area. On 161 square meters, there are three bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and three bathrooms. The special feature of the house is an old fireplace and a faience oven. These can often be found in Stockholm apartments, but they are very loved and cherished here. The apartment stands out thanks to posters and paintings, and especially laconicism in the combination of furniture and accessories. A perfect example of a modern city apartment!
Sometimes it is not easy to find a balance between practicality and taste. Often wins either one or the other. But in this townhouse in London, style and comfort are mixed wonderfully. The interior was not overloaded with sophisticated furnishings and decor, but designers played with lighting and accessories. The color scheme is milky-gray with interspersed bright accents. Looking at the pictures, you think about harmony, tranquility and coziness.