All posts with tag:vintage

This house an hour’s drive from Madrid, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, got a wonderful new life after being almost completely destroyed by fire. For two decades, the building stood abandoned in ruins, but one family drew attention to it and was imbued with its history. Since then, a long, but such a…

The owner of this wooden cottage in Australia grew up on her parents’ farm, but when grew up, moved to Melbourne, where she lived in a small apartment for some time. It took not long for her to realize that living without trees, a garden, and the opportunity to directly contact nature could drive her…

Interior designers Xavi and Ignasi live in this eclectic, creative and interesting apartment in Barcelona. At first glance, the interiors seem too chaotic, but with each attentive glance, new layers and facets are revealed. It is based on tiles, doors and stucco moldings of the late 19th century, it was at this time that the…

It turns out that Sorrento is not only a famous Italian city. In distant Australia, there is a small but very cute resort town with exactly the same name – this is where our today’s home is located. This is a traditional one-storey cottage close to the beach that dates back to the late 19th…

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 small home in Stockholm is like a grandmother’s chest with antiques, which you gladly open at every opportunity and take a long time to consider every detail. The designer did a great job with the decor, filling the apartment with wonderful vintage pieces such as a gold-framed mirror, a striking velvet armchair, a traditional…

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…