You can’t have too much of color – designer Jessica Buckley was perhaps guided by this principle, when she was creating the interiors of the beautiful townhouse in Edinburgh. The walls here are painted in the most vivid and rich shades, such as blue, red, pink, and the whole picture is complemented by all kinds of colorful paintings, textiles, wallpaper. Excellent and cheerful version of the traditional English design!
Designers from London-based studio Hostmaker named their recent project as Botanical Paradise and you can see why already from the first photo. It is a beautiful Victorian townhouse where flowers and plants are the main dwellers, and the floral motifs are clearly traced in the decor and materials. The beautiful color scheme is also dominated by various shades associated with the botanical world. All this together makes the home so unusual and incredibly interesting!
Stylish color scheme, elegant contemporary velvet furniture, golden details, vintage accents – designers have returned this gorgeous Victorian townhouse in the prestigious London area of Chelsea with a great style. It is always not easy to integrate the old historic architectural features into a modern design, but the authors of this project managed to do it skillfully. As a result, we have a very chic and attractive living space that meets all the requirements of modern life and which nevertheless has a connection with its past. Awesome!
When Mitchell and Samantha were looking for a house in New York, they immediately told estate agents to look for a house for renovation, as they did not want to “pay for someone’s design.” Therefore, when they found the old boardinghouse, which for many years stood empty, they realized it’s the clean sheet where the couple can make a dream home to their liking. And after almost two years of works, they finally got their long-awaited home – personal, a bit bold and extravagant. Terrace on the roof was an excellent bonus!
We could admire New York brownstones forever as they are so beautiful both outside and inside. It’s a famous symbol of the city, these cozy facades and stairs leading to the entrance have repeatedly appeared in big and not really Hollywood movies. Today we have another magnificent townhouse in the popular West Village area, which captivates from the first photo. Enjoy!
Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian – the architecture of London bears the names of great English kings and, probably, that is why its greatness has survived to this day. This beautiful townhouse belongs to the latter. The owners have been living here for 12 years, but after recently their youngest son went to University, they started a big renovation. Renewed interiors got more light, air, and color, but most importantly – they are still in perfect harmony with the magnificent architecture. We invite you to step inside!
When the architect Laurent Lo Monaco bought an old townhouse in the 20th district of Paris several years ago, it was an abandoned small home with little light and dark narrow rooms. Having completed his studies at an architectural university, Laurent was enthusiastic to make his first project for the future portfolio and to create a bright and comfortable home for himself. The renewed interiors are filled with the spirit of the past: bright colorful furniture in retro style and elements of graphic design intertwined here in a wonderful combination. Bright and stylish!
And still, there is something special and attractive in the wonderful historic architecture that modern new residential buildings cannot provide. This is a generous ceiling height, huge windows almost on the whole wall, and if you’re lucky – original elements of decor, which have survived more than one hundred years. All these characteristics are possessed by this magnificent townhouse in the capital of Scotland Edinburgh. For the last 60 years, the house was used as an office of a law company, but the new owner, a local designer, decided to return the former glory to home.
In this New York townhouse, blue color is the main theme in the design of the whole home, and already on the facade you can see hints of this: blue shutters distinguish it out of neighboring buildings. Since the townhouse was built in the early 19th century, the interiors are designed in elegant classics, but with a modern twist and with the addition of glamorous notes. Such an unusual and memorable home!
In one of the quiet suburbs of Swedish city of Gothenburg, there is a small oasis with the atmosphere of old England. A few townhouse blocks inspired by English architecture form a private quarter with own territory and infrastructure. In one of these townhouses, designers have tried to create a country house feel with wooden beams on the ceilings, a country-style kitchen, and aged furnishings. The result is a unique home with its character!