All posts with tag:vaulted ceiling

The bedroom in this modern apartment in Minsk turned out to be quite unusual – it is filled with Mediterranean motives. This is primarily the original vaulted ceiling that we often see in Spanish interiors. In addition, the arched openings and wicker facades of the wardrobes, typical of the homes of the southern part of…

Wingårdhs studio has transformed a 16th-century building in Palma de Mallorca into a stylish hotel steeped in history. Concepcio by Nobis‘s design combines five hundred years of heritage, Scandinavian aesthetics, and unmistakable Spanish style. Rooms feature black beamed ceilings and doors contrasting brightly with white walls and green and white tiles, while light curtains, rattan…

With vaulted ceilings, wood beams and natural stone, the interiors of this California villa are instantly captivating. The designer managed to design harmonious interiors that combine different shapes and textures. Smooth marble, rough natural stone, aged wood with cracks and the uneven relief of handmade ceramics are a real paradise for kinesthetics. Arches, vaulted windows,…

Vaulted ceilings are the hallmark of Barcelona’s interiors, if you saw such, then you are almost certainly watching an apartment in the capital of Catalonia. Today we have just such a case – a bright apartment with characteristic ceilings in Barcelona. Agree, this architectural detail looks very cool and immediately makes any space special! The…

The owner of this unique villa on Lake Como originally wanted to arrange a restaurant in it, and even got an architectural project, but the idea was never realized. But recently, the family of the owners decided that the house could be their beautiful summer residence, so they asked the local studio Nomade to convert…

You cannot confuse such vaulted ceilings with anything – it’s a real hallmark of Spanish and especially Barcelona interiors. This apartment is part of a complex of small apartments in a renovated old house in Barcelona, where designers carefully restored some original decor elements. It is also worth noting the irregular layout of this generally…

The main feature of the interiors of this modern Moscow apartment is, of course, vaulted ceilings – it’s a rare find in apartments or houses of Russia. But unlike for example Spanish homes, the vaults here are not original, they were added during the recent reconstruction of the building. But still, the architects did a…

The windows of this apartment in Barcelona look directly onto a real piece of architectural art – the magnificent House Calvet, designed by the famous Gaudi. The houses are really very close to each other, so that the owners of the apartment can spend hours watching the intricate curves and unique lines of this remarkable…