The Room Mate Gerard located in the heart of Barcelona is a real mystery. Outside it has a gorgeous facade with stucco, and inside spaces are filled with concrete walls, modern sculptures, bright furniture and rooms with black baths. By the way, with all the variety of materials, textures and colors, in general, the hotel interiors look quite minimalist, which is very welcome in hotels as it contributes to a relaxed and easy atmosphere. In addition, you can relax on the roof terrace with a small pool. Awesome place!
Those who believe Scandinavian interiors are all “the same”, should look at this unique Swedish apartment in the suburbs of Gothenburg. The interior spaces reveal an unusual combination of exotic decor and plants, furniture of different styles and a dark, almost black color scheme. Paintings in frames deserve special attention here. Also, the apartment boasts a spacious roof terrace. Very unusual home!
Very often wallpapers can work miracles, and in this English bedroom a fairy tale really happened. The Upper Brook Street wallpaper by Little Greene has a very active print: a dark base and a vivid floral pattern were created perhaps for any room except bedroom, but designer Karen Knox decided to give it a try. As a result, she got one of the most unusual bedrooms that we have ever seen!
Every project by American designer Shawn Henderson is like a masterpiece of interior art. And it does not matter, is it a tiny apartment in New York, or a huge mountain residence in Colorado – every space created by him is distinguished by exquisite design and “one of a kind” interior pieces. This modern ski chalet in Montana is a perfect example of top-class design. Enjoy!
This small one-bedroom apartment of 50 sqm in Stockholm would be perfect for a person working in fashion industry or an editor of a glossy magazine, as the interior is full of trendy decor items. Textures, pictures in frames, modern pieces of furniture, exotic plants – the decorator feels the style so well. But a special aura here, of course, is set by a color range of moody dark tones. A memorable home!
Usually, owners of apartments in old historic houses want to keep the original classical decor elements, but not in this apartment in the heart of Moscow, Russia. The building itself has a very rich and interesting history, namely in this apartment previously a famous actress lived, but now it looks like a chic home in a modern new building. Here only the cozy little balcony overlooking the courtyard, which remained untouched, reminds about the past. The interiors, like most of the works of Elena Gorenshtein, are modern and bold, and beautiful dark tones prevail in the palette. Awesome!
A delicate mix of dark tones and contrasting details, pieces of retro furniture, expressive pictures and photos in frames – this is very unusual and even a bit mysterious home. The apartment most likely belongs to a man of art, a creative person, maybe a writer, who often likes to “go into himself” and who needs a special aura. In any case, it’s definitely a design worth looking closer!
Not everyone can decide on a completely black walls at home. Especially in the bedroom, where, as a rule, we all expect to see light and unobtrusive shades. But today we have an example of a rather bold color choice for this very private part of the home – designer Jessie D. Miller created a very dramatic and glamorous feminine bedroom. All 4 walls here are painted black and only small details are in contrast white. Golden elements and stylish designer decor created the character of this extraordinary interior. Gorgeous!
The owners of this 53 sqm apartment in the center of Ukrainian city Zaporizhia initially planned to rent it out, but after the project was completed, they liked the design so much that they decided to live in it. And indeed, the interiors really look very stylish, in many respects thanks to the deep blue tone that prevails in decoration. Spaces are designed in the modern minimalist style, the layout is smart and well-planned. This is a great example of comfortable city dwelling of a small size!
In New York, it’s hard to surprise anybody with just a good hotel with a quality design, because here people have seen everything. But the newly opened Beekman Hotel rightfully took a special place among the diversity of hotels of this trendiest city in the world. The fact is that the building itself has a great cultural value and an important historical heritage for New York, and recently it was officially designated city landmark. In reimagined interiors designer Martin Brudnizki tried to reflect and highlight the rich 135-year history of this unique place.