All posts with tag:dark tones

This home in Stockholm is clearly associated with autumn. A little gloomy, dramatically muted, with a fleecy carpet and warm textiles – it seems that it is very pleasant to spend cool autumn evenings here. At the same time, the space is also elegant and Scandinavian stylish thanks to the wonderful architecture of the building…

In this very compact apartment in the center of Stockholm there is actually no bedroom – only a small bed in the corner of the main living space. The kitchen here is quite small, so the designers had to show all their skills to create the maximum storage space, as well as to a convenient…

Dark, almost black walls are, to be honest, not the most obvious choice for the design of a small wooden hut in a forest far from civilization. But the owners of this small cottage in Washington State decided to take a chance and it turned out just great – the interiors look cozy and soulful…

In this spacious and bright apartment in Goteborg, the most contrasting room is the bedroom. The wall shade here is in perfect harmony with light furniture and set for a calm mood before bedtime. The other spaces are almost completely white, except perhaps the kitchen facades which are designed in dark gray tones to also…

Marcel Wolterinck is perhaps one of the most famous and prominent representatives of modern Dutch interior design. In his work, the designer does not chase trends, but rather creates them himself – his signature style brought him great popularity far beyond his homeland, and many of his techniques are copied by young designers around the…

We really love how French studio atelier daaa blends contemporary design with sophisticated classic Parisian apartments. Designers always try to preserve the historical charm of each individual room, without giving up on their corporate restrained and elegant style. In its new project of the apartment renovation in the heart of Paris, the studio offered spectacular…

Today we have a very unusual and even amazing apartment in Swedish Goteborg. From the first photo, a dramatic kitchen and dining room catches the eye: deep brown and beige shades, modern furniture with open shelves and classic details create a unique and impressive space. It is interesting that the apartment is located on two…

The owners of this Paris apartment did not create a typical design with stucco molding and vintage furniture. But even in such a basic modern black and white version, the French style is easily guessed. The whole point is in the details: a collage on the wall, books about fashion on a shelf and large…

Despite a modest area of ​​56 sqm, the designers were not afraid to use a rather dark color scheme as the basis for the design of this one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm. Here, not only the walls but also the ceiling, doors and cabinet furniture have a graphite shade, only light textiles and wall decor slightly…

Dark interiors are not quite typical for homes in the French capital, and this makes it even more interesting. The main room in this apartment is divided into three zones: kitchen, dining room and living room. The black kitchen facade occupies all the space from floor to ceiling and echoes the wall opposite – there…