This stylish apartment in Manhattan fits perfectly into the concept of the most popular city in the world – it is modern, refined and with character. The dark wall color in the living room is emphasized by the bright red chairs, and the refined golden details indicate the high status of this home. By the way, the owners of the apartment come from Nicaragua, so do not be surprised by the light, but harmonious exotic motifs in the decor. Great work!
Courchevel is probably the world most famous alpine resort with expensive hotels and magnificent nature. And the recently opened Six Senses hotel is the embodiment of what wealthy tourists from all over the world come for – luxury and authentic comfort. The rooms are decorated with a noble wood, the decor is dominated by warm dark shades, and the interiors were created by leading European designers. Magnificent!
Many perceive loft style literally, try to fill such spaces with rough brutal furniture and decor items. But in this Los Angeles loft, architects of Marmol Radziner decided to play with opposing styles and textures. Wall decoration, open communications, rough materials – the basis of interiors here is the classical industrial. At the same time, furniture items are more refined and elegant, made of trendy expensive materials. We must say this contrast between completely different design elements looks awesome!
The attitude to dark tones in interior decoration is different in every country. Some people consider it almost as a taboo, while others believe it’s a normal expression of owner’s. In this Swedish apartment, the walls in the living room are almost black, but at the same time they are combined with classical forms and lines – it all looks very elegant and beautiful. On the other hand, the bedrooms and the rest of the spaces are decorated in a more light scheme – in this way, the designer managed to create completely different moods in each room. Great project!
And again we have a very cool and memorable home in Taiwan – an eclectic apartment for a young family. To say that interiors are unusual means to say nothing. Modern copper surfaces, unexpected vaulted ceilings like they have in Spain, elegant French moldings, and bathrooms decorated in Art Deco style. It may seem that there are too much of different things, but the apartment are so unique and impressive. Enjoy!
Despite the fact that the window views in this bachelor apartment in Seattle can be admired for a whole day (in the living room there is even a telescope for this!), and the interiors seem to have to fade into the background, the designers still managed to create a very stylish environment. The owner moved from Alaska, so in the decoration, a lot of wood was used to emphasize his rural origin. At the same time, the design as a whole is quite modern, in line with the spirit of the big city. Interestingly, the ceilings here are quite low, but this did not stop designers from trimming them with a dark wood. Awesome project!
Taiwanese designers have already proved they can do very interesting and stylish projects of modern apartments, that can compete with the best world designers. Today we want to share another excellent project from this eastern country – a cool masculine loft in dark colors in the capital of Taiwan. The home is a completely open space, zoned with glass partitions. Excellent modern city dwelling!
Scandinavians have always been taking interior design very seriously and with passion, that’s why they are the best in the world for many years. For example, a new Swedish store In My Corner is selling just posters and photos in frames. But even for such a small decor the creators were not too lazy and organized a very cool photo shoot in a stylish Stockholm interior. The dark shades of the walls are stunning!
This Brazilian loft was created to make the wow-effect to everyone who gets into it. High ceilings and an all-glass wall, which opens to breathtaking views of the bay and the local port – the living room space is incredible in every way. Impressive are also paintings and photographs in the huge frames that decorated the interiors of each room. Stunning project!
Designer Kevin Dumais designed this New York loft in a smooth mid-century style – when forms and pieces of furniture from the middle of the last century are presented in a modern way. Sophistication and restrained elegance are the main characteristics of this apartment in which the young businessman lives with his wife. And yet, the spaces impress with a play of contrasts: bright rooms easily coexist with dramatic interiors in dark colors. First-class work!