Today we have the opportunity to make a quick virtual trip to the beautiful paradise island of St. Barth, which is located in the Caribbean and is a favorite place of many famous celebrities. Even Roman Abramovich has acquired a lot of 70 acres here. But we want to share the pictures of a wonderful hotel Le Toiny, located on a cliff with incomparable views of the bay and access to one of the best beaches with palm trees. The rooms are decorated in a simple way but look so harmonious and warm. Pur beauty!
Two vintage faience ovens are really the central design elements in this 59 sq. meter apartment in Sweden. Most likely they inspired designers to use beige and orange details, which, like wood, give warmth and comfort to a monochrome interior. Scandinavians have a unique ability to skillfully decorate even the most ordinary nook – for example, a simple tiny balcony here was decorated with a garland, and now this is not just a boring balcony, but one of the main attractions in this home.
Grey color in interior design, despite the general popularity, is often perceived by many as cold and uncomfortable. But if you still want a relaxing, light and easy soft scheme, then you should pay attention to soft pastel-beige tones, just like in this charming two-bedroom apartment in Stockholm. Here, the beige tones are diluted with brown accents and the palette looks like coffee with milk. Wonderful!
A home for a modern family can be classic, but at the same time with a spark – today we have an excellent example of this. When the owners bought this old house, it needed an urgent renovation. But the family decided to take the original classic design as the basis, and only to let more light into the space and make it brighter with details. Of course, the home has some modern touches in design, but in essence the interiors are rather traditional. What a lovely and warm dwelling!
While in winter our streets usually covered with snow and it’s hard to find any green, in Spain the temperature during the cold period rarely drops below +10C. You can tell that winter has come only by the fallen leaves on some trees, while the grass usually remains green all year round. This country home was shot just in the winter time, but it still is filled with lots of warmth and comfort, that all Spanish houses usually have. Perfect home!
All sorts of decorations of gold tones and warm textiles created a real fairy tale in this Spanish home. Such decor in a Christmas interior looks so noble, rich and very festive. In addition, lighted candles perfectly fit into the overall picture and add even more comfort. We hope this design will inspire you to create something like this at your own home!
When it comes to creating truly soulful interiors in warm tones, then Spanish designers are probably the best. Maybe it’s all in the sunny weather, which is held in the country almost all year round, but their homes always full of incredible amount of warmth and comfort. Just look at this wonderful home in the south of Spain – here the owner perfectly restored the family house in which she spent her childhood. Isn’t it beautiful?!
Carlos and Marisa have recently faced a very special and emotional phase of their lives: their children grew up and left home, and they had a question ‘What do we do next?’. The answer came quickly as they decided to realize the lifelong dream – to move to a cozy country house where they could enjoy nature and careless life. And of course, in their wonderful home, there will always be a place for children, grandchildren, and friends. Amazing!
Fran and Ana are not only business partners (they have their own architectural studio) but also a married couple who have recently moved to their own home – a wonderful bright apartment with a terrace. “When we bought this penthouse, it was a blank cavas – without floor and finishes, without the necessary windows,” recalls the husband. They always liked the concept of open space, which made a foundation for a new design. Only the kitchen is separated from the common space by a mobile glass partition – so that guests and hosts could not be confused by smells. Very warm and cozy home!
It’s just impossible not to love Spanish interiors. Like many other homes in Spain, this wonderful apartment on the top floor in Barcelona breathes warmth and coziness. The interiors are decorated in various shades of beige, which are diluted with pleasant yellow and blue accents. If you love the atmosphere of eternal summer at home, then you will definitely enjoy this lovely apartment!