All posts with tag:vintage

Creating a partition from old wooden planks, aged window frames and doors in a fairly modern space – you definitely would not have thought of such a design solution for your city home. But Scandinavian designers decided to surprise everyone with the design of this small one-bedroom apartment, which is built on the contrast of…

Immediately after crossing the threshold of this apartment in Sweden, a person plunges into its creative atmosphere. In the hallway, the owners and guests are greeted by a collection of portraits of fishermen and an old stepladder as decor. The kitchen-living room has even more to watch: there is a wardrobe from an old dressing…

In the past, this home in Seattle served as a carriage house – here grooms lived and carriages parked. Not so long ago, the house was converted into a residential one. The designer decided to preserve the spirit of past centuries by choosing deep natural shades and noble materials. The most surprising, in our opinion,…

This country house on the site of an old farm in Spain was built about 20 years ago, but it seems that it has been here for much more than one hundred years. Designer Isabel Lopez-Quesada has managed to create the feeling of a centuries-old home by the harmonious combination of antiques, vintage, aged furniture…

This duplex apartment in Goteborg attracts attention with its interesting colors and interesting design solutions. Muted shades of pink, peach, green were added to the snow-white finish, and the beautiful mustard color became the main theme in interiors. The kitchen space has played out in a new way thanks to the green wallpaper with a…

The owners of Lou Pinet in Saint-Tropez dreamed of creating not a noisy crowded resort, but a cozy hotel that resembles a private house where friends gather. To implement their ideas, they invited the French architect and designer Charles Zahn to work on the project. It was he who recreated the vintage spirit of Saint-Tropez…

A young couple from Denmark has designed a home inspired by the cultures of different countries. The hostess lived in Japan for several years and brought many outlandish things from local flea markets: for example, Japanese figurines, a traditional tea set or a kimono. Oriental culture is complemented by French influences in the form of…

In the design of this Swedish apartment, I would like to point out three main components, without which the home would not feel so cozy. Firstly, this is the color scheme: the olive shade is on the rise now, it looks fresh and definitely very cozy. In addition, vintage furniture always adds soulfulness and a…