Love vintage style and always wanted to have such bedroom? Today we have a few great old-looking bedrooms for you to learn some useful ideas and smart solutions. Aged furniture of noble wood, antique decor items, and a warm color palette are the main components of a beautiful vintage interior. Enjoy!
In the past century, there was a hospital in this building located in the heart of Bruges, but now it’s a small and cozy Sintnik Hotel. The owners of the property state that the interiors combine the charm of the past and the comfort of the present, it is elegant, but at the same time with a character. There like both soft romantic rooms in white and blue tones, and more catchy, with red textiles and bright carpets. Breakfast is served in the small living room with an atmosphere of rather family gathering rather than a meal at the hotel. But this is the main purpose of Sintnik – to create a feeling of a home for the guests.
The home where your close relatives once lived is always a very emotional place. Amaya inherited this apartment in Bilbao from her grandmother but decided not to change everything, as she values memories of the past. The structural elements of the apartment and some elements of the furniture have been fully preserved in their original form and can tell a lot, as the owner says. Such a warm and hearty home!
It seems that new Sanders hotel in Copenhagen is not less than a hundred years old, but it will first open its doors to visitors only this fall. The hotel is located in the heart of the Danish capital amidst majestic palaces and luxurious art galleries, and this undoubtedly influenced its design. Noble tones and atmosphere, expensive fabrics, crystal, lots of wood and light. The creator of the hotel compared the stay in it with a visit to the theater, where the hospitality of the staff only reinforces the impression. Simple and incredibly elegant place!
This small apartment with total area of 47 sqm in Stockholm is quite different from typical Scandinavian interiors that we love, but it looks great anyway. Firstly, there are curtains here – that is an important element of decor, which is so often lacking Swedish homes. In addition, a cool balcony with glazing and stylish wooden panels. And finally, the color scheme – it consists of warm beige shades, making the interior even cozier. Beautiful modern design with a small budget!
This sunny house in Spain was created only for one purpose – to enjoy all day long the stunning views of the sea, which is literally a few steps away. The main place in the house is an incredibly cozy terrace with comfy sofas and also a dining table. Of course, the host family spends most of their time here. Every room in this house is open to nature and to the sea, so wherever you are, the best views will always accompany. What a dream!
When Rosa and her family decided to move to Barcelona, all she wanted was a home with terrace to be able to spend more time outdoors. This attic apartment in one of the houses in the downtown occupying the last two floors has become an ideal option – bright and cozy, and, of course, with a spacious terrace where they even made a splendid private garden. Now on the terrace the family gathers for dining, children play and everyone can just relax at the end of the day on a cozy couch. Beautiful!
“Kitchen is a heart of the house” – that’s what this lovely kitchen in one Spanish country house is all about. Looking at the images, it’s so easy to imagine a happy family who gathered at a cozy dining table by the large and beautiful window overlooking the garden. Maybe the space is not really huge, but there is a lot of warmth and soulfulness in this interior. Amazing!
Sometimes Scandinavian interiors can be too gray and cold, but not this wonderful apartment in Gothenburg. Here Swedish designers added some warmth to the white-and-gray palette: light wood, brown and powder toned accessories and textiles. Red brick wall in the kitchen perfectly fits the interiors and looks very organic. Some black and gold details, as well as textiles with a geometric print, were also added to complete this stylish interior. Great home!
It is hard to imagine more heartfelt and cozy home than this magnificent stone house in northern Spain. And its splendor lies in the country simplicity and naturalness: only natural materials in decoration (wood, stone), old family decor, which is so important to the owners, a lot of cozy textiles. A place where harmony resides and where the whole family can enjoy life!