All posts with tag:terracotta

Decorating each room in its own color is a very effective and beautiful technique if you want to add a twist to your home without high costs. In this Swedish apartment, the color scheme of the rooms is different, therefore watching the photographs is quite exciting (especially for the first time) – you never know…

The boutique hotel La Bionda on the Spanish Costa Brava has only eight rooms, but what how wonderful they are! The hotel is located in a 17th-century building, and designers decided to make this feature the basis for the concept. Vaulted ceilings, terracotta tiles, brick and raw walls combine with modern and vintage furnishings to…

This summer, Swedish brand Jotex decided to focus on linen textiles, integrating it perfectly into the now popular color scheme of natural shades. Tablecloths, curtains, pillows and bedding – the company’s designers suggest we surround ourselves with linen products, which are not only pleasant to the touch, but also look very inspiring in any interior….

Terracotta and white – only 2 colors were used in the design of this Scandinavian apartment, but look how fresh and beautiful its interiors are! This shade, albeit quite bold, is perfect for those who are not satisfied with the popular gray and beige, and who want to add some unusual colors to their homes….

Swedish designers, who usually prefer very light colors, decided to surprise by the design of this small apartment in Stockholm. To begin with, the Scandinavians generally rarely finish walls with stucco, but here in the living room and bedroom this is the technique used – with the shade chosen quite dark and atmospheric. The kitchen…

When we say an apartment has an open layout, we usually mean living space, at the same time, the bathroom is still separated with walls from the main space. This modern apartment of ​​67 sqm in Brazil, which design was recently created by Natalia Lemos Arquitectura, there are no interior walls at all, even the…

Brazilian designer Melina Romano in one of her recent projects named Hugge Studio tried to show her interpretation of the popular Scandinavian philosophy of home comfort. This trendy open-plan apartment in Sao Paulo, according to the author, is the embodiment of simplicity, elegance and coziness. The main feature of the home is an original tile…