Living in a big city we so often want to escape to nature even for a minute, breathe the fresh air and enjoy the natural beauties. Swedish company Sandberg suggest making your home much more “green” with a help of beautiful wallpapers from their new collection Arboretum. These simple and very live prints are designed to add freshness and breath of nature to any interior, even in a modern style. Inspiring!
Many do not like classic interiors because of their austerity and monotony. This family home in the town of Marlborough, Massachusetts, absorbed all the best from the modern classics and is not dull at all. Beige color scheme was flavored with bright textiles and fabrics with prints, furniture with glossy metal details refreshed the image. Fresh, interesting, stylish!
In this wonderful London apartment botanical motifs are very skillfully woven into beautiful Victorian interiors. Everywhere we see images of various plants in picture frames, in prints on cushions and ceramics, and, of course, a lot of live plants, from exotic trees to small field flowers. In the color scheme, the theme is picked up by a cool velvet upholstery of a beautiful green color. The interiors give very positive and soothing impression.
The owner of this Boston condo works intensively during weekdays, so she just needed a home with easy and soft interiors where she can relax and dream. Pastel colors and lots of natural light helped to create such an atmosphere in her apartment. The interiors are decorated with floral wallpaper and pastel gray paint, furniture of light tones, and contrasting accessories of cute mint and pink, and a flashy black and gold colors. What a great feminine home!
In her Moscow apartment, designer Olga Zaretskikh wanted to display that atmosphere and a set of shades that are so lacking in Russia for most of the year. That’s why the design is dominated by yellow-green colors, plant motifs everywhere – from wallpaper on walls to prints on cushions. Despite the fact that the apartment is in Stalin’s house with a limited layout (for example, the kitchen here is very small without the possibility of increasing), the owner managed to create a real oasis of warmth and comfort. Beautiful home!
Designers from London-based studio Hostmaker named their recent project as Botanical Paradise and you can see why already from the first photo. It is a beautiful Victorian townhouse where flowers and plants are the main dwellers, and the floral motifs are clearly traced in the decor and materials. The beautiful color scheme is also dominated by various shades associated with the botanical world. All this together makes the home so unusual and incredibly interesting!
Green-and-brown color scheme and lots of plants – not the most common choice for interior design, but it looks absolutely fresh and non-trivial. The owner of this apartment in the Netherlands cannot imagine her life without flowers, they fill her professional and personal life. In this incredibly cute “botanical garden” colors are accompanied by furniture and accessories in all shades of green, as well as white, gray and brown elements. Here everything exists in amazing harmony and is simultaneously surrounded by a controlled disorder. Unusual and memorable interior!
Accents in design are as much important as general concept and color scheme. At Kimpton de Witt hotel in Amsterdam, the main highlights of the design are blue accents and floral prints. They perfectly compliment the cool gray-white color scheme and make the interiors special. One of the main roles is also given to geometry which is seen in the planning and decorative solutions. Especially we love the bar that is both in mood and color noticeably different from the whole hotel – it is a little gloomy and mysterious, with point lighting and black walls. Such an interesting and stylish project!
This guest house in the Swiss Alps can be rented for a weekend – in 2015 it was renovated from an old wooden chalet. The interiors are quite unusual – the abundance of wood, typical for such houses, are mixed with elements of retro style, and even floral motifs that can be seen in wallpaper and decor. In total there are 8 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, and several terraces. An interesting feature – every room has a bright bathroom: pink, blue, white, and all of them are decorated in the style of 50’s and 60’s. But the best place, of course, is a veranda overlooking the mountains. Fascinating!
There is no limit to the beauty that can be created at home with wallpaper. Want to update the mood in the room, add style or elegance, completely change the appearance? All of this wallpapers can do, and the variety of prints and shades amazes. Today we have an inspiring selection of French interiors by famous site Marie Claire, where wallpaper plays a decisive role. Enjoy!