We have to say that English style and colorful scheme are a very good combination for a renovated old house. This Victorian townhouse in London is just a vivid confirmation of this. There is no dominant color here, rather it is a mix of all possible summer tones. In a word, it’s a bright and memorable home!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Мы несколько раз на Пуфике публиковали дома и квартиры “наших” за рубежом, но посмотреть как живут иностранцы в наших краях также весьма интересно. И сегодня у нас подвернулась такая возможность. Владельцы этого таунхауса на Северо-Западе Москвы родом из США, поэтому перед дизайнером Ксенией Мезенцевой была поставлена четкая задача: создать интерьер в стиле современных апартаментов Нью-Йорка или Чикаго. Интересно, что на все про все у дизайнера было 4 месяца, при этом заказчики во время реализации проекта отсутствовали и все согласования делались удаленно. Приятного просмотра!
The interiors of this Brooklyn townhouse are in interesting contrast with the surrounding atmosphere: hurrying passers-by, cars and noise – outside and peace and comfort inside. This effect was achieved with the help of soft tones and the absence of bright accents. Through the large windows, you can admire both the life of the city and own private garden, drowning in greenery. The bathroom by the window adds to the relaxing mood even more – in the evening you can have a real spa. Relaxing oasis in a busy metropolis!
The main idea behind the project of this historic townhouse in New York was to complement modern design with art, as the owner has an impressive collection of paintings. And the result is just stunning! In this white kingdom there is almost no place for other colors – and from this a strong impression of the interior only grows. Particularly impressive were chandeliers, walls with stucco molding and marble bathroom. A nice bonus – several cozy verandas right in the center of the big city. Very unusual, bright and stylish!
We are used to the magnificent Victorian and Georgian townhouses in London, where the spirit and character of the past are carefully preserved. But there is also another side of the design in the English capital – ultramodern homes designed for all the latest trends. Today we have such a dwelling: a stylish minimalist townhouse with stunning roof terrace, located in a prestigious area of London. Enjoy!
Working on the renovation of a historic townhouse in the center of Boston, designer Erin Gates tried to preserve as much as possible the traditional American interiors and the classic character of the spaces. The result of her efforts can be described as an updated classic in a modern way, as some exquisite features and chic accessories were added. Great project!
Perhaps interiors of this townhouse in Brooklyn is not overloaded with chic modern furniture or cool design solutions, but the home is very soulful and personal. Feels like for the owner’s family this is a special and the sweetest place in the world: there are many simple, but cozy objects and little things that delight the eye and warm the soul to the dwellers. In addition, there is a small but absolutely beautiful innr garden with a lawn, hidden from street noise and prying eyes. Let’s step inside!
Walking along the street past this townhouse in London, you can easily think that this is some kind of souvenir or antique shop – a black facade with large display windows inspire such associations. Interiors seem to continue the first impression – they are designed in mostly dark colors, which are diluted with a few light accents. Also here we have very interesting tiles and wallpapers and in each room they are beautiful on their own. Let’s step inside this unusual townhouse!
The classical architecture of London is so magnificent that it is usually carefully restored and preserved with great love. But this Edwardian townhouse in the center of the English capital is very special. Yes, the historical character of the building and the wall decor were also ssvaed here, but the interior spaces were filled up with completely bold and unexpected design elements and solutions, creating a very unusual eclectic home. What do you think of a “broken” staircase, a bedroom under a roof or a red bathroom? You did not expect to see such interiors in London!
In this Parisian home, there is not a single spot on walls that would not have been painted in a very bold color or decorated with bold wallpapers or tiles. The main color in the interiors is blue, its different shades can be seen in almost every room. We really loved the kitchen with the windows on the inner courtyard, especially the idea with the tile continuing on the wall. Another great project by wonderful French studio Double G.