All posts with tag:vintage

Today we have a rather unusual townhouse in the Netherlands with incredibly interesting interiors and a cozy backyard. From the street, it resembles a shop where we usually like to drop in, walking along beautiful European streets – the same display windows, the same stylish brick facade. As for the interior design, it is an…

The interiors of this Paris home seems to transfer us to a parallel universe, where antique objects quite coexist with modern elements of decor. In the house with a garden and a glass porch, besides vintage decor, there is a lot of aged furniture of different kind. For example, the library-dining room is completely covered…

Green is a great way to liven up an interior without dramatic changes. The owners of this apartment in Madrid think exactly in this way. City homes often lack easy atmosphere and a relaxed mood, and green touches can add all of this. They are perfectly combined with white and beige tones and wood, at…

The interiors of this Barcelona apartment, where a young family from the Netherlands lives, are full of contrasts. Black window frames balance the white walls and light furniture, and vintage items get along well with everyday objects of our time. The apartment has a clear southern feel: colorful tiles, bright textiles and cheerful decor. Another…

For what we love the French countryside is the fact that it is possible to learn the history of old Europe here. This historic mansion in the charming region of Burgundy has retained the décor and mode of life that was common in this part of France many centuries ago. The house is so old…

This apartment in Barcelona is a great example of how antiques can be added to a modern interior. Designers have done a great job and organically mixed vintage furniture and stained glass windows with modern furniture, glass and metal. Antique wood and stone contrasted with perfectly new objects, and it looks very impressive. But even…

This beautiful house in Madrid is filled with things that either are very old, or they are purposely aged for the desired effect. Due to the owners’ love for the vintage, it feels that the interiors are not less than one hundred years old, and in general, such a design seemed to have topped beyond…

Gray interiors are Scandinavian classics. Let’s take a look at some successful design techniques on the example of this apartment in Stockholm. A great way to make a monochrome space look more interesting is to add elements of wood – here the living room interior is enriched by the dresser and the dining table set…

In 2019, this house in Melbourne, Australia, is more than 150 years old, as it was built in 1869 by the famous architect John Clark as a private residence. After a recent renovation, the interiors of the mansion look noble and quite modern. The design studio that was engaged in the project, made a choice…