Let the magnificent traditional Victorian facade of this townhouse in Sydney do not mislead anyone – behind it there are very modern minimalist interiors, which is a home to a local designer’s family. When the owners bought this house, they fell in love with the appearance and location in a quiet residential area, but inside the house was gloomy and uninviting. Therefore, they started a major rebuild, which lasted for 1.5 years, and with the help of architects from MCK, they managed to create a spacious and bright space for the comfort of each family member. In addition, there is an inner garden and a garage with a working studio. Awesome!
Color combinations in this London townhouse are fascinating, with each room being awesome in its own way. At first, it may seem that these are installations in some photo studio or the works of a chic decorator. But this is a real home of a young couple who agreed to such experiments with color. Amazing!
It’s so cool to see such pastel color scheme in a classic English interior, but studio 2LG feels the style very well and creates really stunning spaces. In this London townhouse, designers revealed a wonderful mix of original textures, light color tones, antique furniture and bright accessories. Isn’t it great?!
This stunning modern home for a young family in a quiet green suburb of Sydney fascinates already from the facade – a small two-story house made of noble stone with cozy traditional balconies looks like a postcard. And when you get inside, the interiors do not disappoint: the elegant modern classics, inspired by the atmosphere of old Europe, modern art as decor, calm and relaxing color scheme. Most of the rooms have direct access to the cozy garden and that is just wonderful. Such a beautiful home!
Every interior of this modern townhouse in London is wonderful in its own unique way. For example, the kitchen – minimalist and bright, with an original green tile and a contrasting black island – looks very stylish! Or the living room with beautifully colored walls, an unusual fireplace, and a bay window. Each room is remembered by some original solution or object. And the colorful circus ceiling in a one of the kids room is absolutely stunning. Great job!
This modern townhouse in London, that was recently skilfully restored by the EMR Design studio, consists of three levels, and on the lower one there is a main room – a bright and stylish living room with a library, smoothly transitioning into a dining room and a kitchen. And still, from the living room, there is access to a small cozy backyard with a terrace and a well-groomed lawn. On the upper two floors there are private bedrooms and bathrooms. Comfy and beautiful!
This modern London townhouse has some not quite typical of the English style, but very trendy features: brick walls and dark surfaces. But still, there are enough of traditionally English things in the interiors: the beautiful classical fireplace, a bay window in the living room, private courtyard accessible from the kitchen, and some pieces of English furniture. All together the home turned out to be very expressive and stylish!
When sitting comfortably on the sofa in the conservatory of this townhouse and look out the window at the lush greenery, it’s hard to believe that you are in the midst of a big city like London. Of course, there are many beautiful and cozy nooks in this home, but this greenhouse is certainly a favorite place for the owners. Wonderful design!
Collector Ike Udechuku home in Brussels captivates with its play of shades and details. If you want creativity, solitude and knowledge – you are welcome to the living room with dark graphite walls that is filled with ideas, pictures, depth. Here you want to drown in a chair with quality literature in your hands and be inspired by high ideas. And you are surrounded by modern design art. Comfortable, quiet, a real place for inner contemplation. In the second living room and you are literally flooded by the fresh air and natural light, where through big windows life breaks to you. The modern bathroom looks cool: glass, metal, a lot of light in their overflows gives an even greater sense of purity. Wonderful home!
Anna Duval is an ideal international designer: she was born in Russia, now she lives and works in Paris, and her projects are scattered all over the world. Today we want to share one of her recent projects, a magnificent townhouse that was designed in English style, but located in Ontario, Canada. Enjoy!