All posts with tag:warm colors

A mix of Scandinavian modern classics and elements of industrial style – this is how you can characterize the design of this Swedish apartment, which turned out to be rather unusual. In the living room, attention is drawn to an accent brick arch – this is a fragment of the original masonry, which the owners…

The Swedes are masters of balancing function with beauty. For their apartment in Goteborg, the owners chose white and gray walls, wooden floors and furniture in neutral colors. A brick wall, caramel-colored textiles and wooden furniture play the role of accents. If desired, you can easily fit any other pastel or bright objects into such…

In the most recent collection Sense of Space, Zara Home tried to find a formula for a perfectly cozy and stylish modern interior. According to the designers, such spaces should harmoniously balance 3 main components: warmth, refinement, and calm. The company’s designers demonstrate their philosophy by the example of the interiors of an inspiring modern…

Swedes generally dislike pompous luxury in design and architecture, preferring natural simplicity and stylish restraint. But this does not mean at all that they do not know how to build on a grand scale. Just take a look at this gorgeous villa with a swimming pool in a prestigious suburb of Stockholm – the house…

Greek islands are known for their beautiful old houses, many of which are several hundred years old. But today we want to share a modern stone villa in Corfu with a traditional façade and trendy yet warm and cozy interiors. Time-tested natural materials such as stone and wood are used to decorate walls, ceilings and…

Once again, we are convinced that Scandinavian interiors can be very different. Today, for example, we have a lively and incredibly cozy apartment in a 19th-century house in Stockholm. The abundance of small things in the decor, such as posters and framed photographs, pottery, textiles, books, certainly add personality and a feeling of home. The…

Designed by Fiona Lynch, this residence in Australia strikes with elegance and sophistication in form and material, both outside and inside. Its graceful stone facade and classical entrance are reminiscent of stately French mansions, which have been an example of unsurpassed architecture for centuries. In interior design, each detail is a small masterpiece, as all…

Before the outbreak of the pandemic, this apartment in St. Petersburg, Russia, was no different from ordinary housing in the old fund: ‘euroremont’ renovation, suspended ceilings and all walls covered with plasterboard. Perhaps the magnificent window frames and the height of the ceilings were reminiscent of the noble history of this building. But the client,…