The color scheme of this Georgian townhouse in north London is fairly monochrome and neutral, with light gray and white colors ruling the ball here. The English style is recognized in the classic forms of upholstered furniture, books, textiles, but it’s not totally without elements of modern design. The owners really wanted to get a quiet and relaxing home, where they could hide from the city bustle, and thanks to Studio Duggan they got it!
Books and cats – that’s who the main owner of this bright home in Brooklyn. Townhouse owners, a couple of philologists are very creative people and they set a specific task for designers of BFDO studio: to create a home that is perfect for their beloved pets and for a large collection of books and art objects. As a result, the interiors are filled with all sorts of shelves and niches, each room has a library, and their cats are so happy with it. Such a positive home!
As we know, land in New York, one of the most popular cities in the world, is very expensive, every square foot here worth a fortune. This situation led to the fact that in Brooklyn you can meet such very narrow homes. However, the owners of this 11-foot wide townhouse do not seem to be much worried about it – look at how happy the family looks at these photos. Indeed, they live in the city of their dreams!
Designer Emma Gurner’s townhouse in North London strikes with its contrasts. It has, for example, two living rooms, and they are decorated in completely different styles – one is more traditional with a classic fireplace, the other is very modern, minimalistic. The same situation with the color scheme: the kitchen is incredibly light, almost white, at the other hand the bedroom is designed in dark saturated tones. Very unique and interesting home!
Bright colors and playful design in this modern London townhouse are not only for kids room – the whole home is decorated in a cheerful range of juicy tones. The basis for the interiors is white, as the artist’s canvas, who only had to add a few colored strokes. The palette is dominated by blue and its shades, but bedrooms are the most colorful rooms in the house with very cool wallpapers on one of the walls. Great home!
If you always wondered what lay behind the beautiful facades of cozy canal houses in Amsterdam, today we have an excellent opportunity to look inside one of them. This beautiful townhouse on a picturesque central street was built over 100 years ago but has recently been restored with the preservation of unique architectural details. Gorgeous home!
Designer Cecilia Casagrande once fell in love with this New York townhouse because of its beautiful location in a quiet area of Brooklyn and high ceilings and soon moved here with her family. Interior decorating process was long and thorough, but the owner was able to fill the spaces with things she loves and that are dear to every family member. Wallpaper and color scheme here are just amazing – Cecilia was not afraid to use bright colors and bold patterns that added eclecticism to this unique dwelling. Enjoy!
Vintage touches and nostalgia for the past – in this beautiful London townhouse, old furniture and antique details have perfectly fitted into modern English interiors. Thus, designers from Caz Myers tried to create a home that would best meet the latest design trends, but also give a timeless feel for its dwellers. Great project!
When we think of New York, we often imagine cozy brownstone townhouses, where Hollywood film characters usually live. Cobble Hill area in Brooklyn is famous for such kind of houses and it is here where designer Jenny Wolf recently acquired a home, which she had long dreamed of. The house was built in the late 19th century and needed a serious restoration, but the new owner approached the process with all responsibility. And although all floors, doors and electrical had to be replaced, in the new design there was a place for original antique decor elements, such as a fireplace, ceiling painting, a retro bath. Tender and beautiful home!
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!