This modern mountain apartment in Andorra has many features of a real chalet: high ceilings, a huge living room with a fireplace, lots of wood finishes and an excellent location right at the ski slope. Interiors are designed in a cool minimalist style, here wooden surfaces are contrasted with dark furniture and accents in the decor. But, of course, the main luxury of this apartment are huge windows with breathtaking views. Excellent home for winter holidays!
Today we have quite an unusual apartment as there are very few of such living spaces in Moscow left. The fact is that the building where the apartment is located is more than 100 years old, and the original arched ceilings with a height of 4.5 meters were preserved in the rooms. At the same time, the interiors are decorated in a modern style with minimalistic furniture and in an unexpected black and white color scheme. Great project by studio Za Bor.
The brick wall is not a new trend in the design and it feels already boring for some. But if you use it competently and in moderate quantities, you can still get a very stylish and memorable interior. In this Swedish apartment, the brick wall in the living room is very appropriate: high ceilings hint at the loft character of the space, also, only one wall is bricked, the rest are painted gray or white. The bedroom here is unexpectedly black with a secret extra place for sleeping on the mezzanine. Excellent city dwelling!
This Brazilian loft was created to make the wow-effect to everyone who gets into it. High ceilings and an all-glass wall, which opens to breathtaking views of the bay and the local port – the living room space is incredible in every way. Impressive are also paintings and photographs in the huge frames that decorated the interiors of each room. Stunning project!
Not everyone has the opportunity to live in a country house, as some people need to be closer to work, and others just do not have enough money. The owners of this apartment in Barcelona always dreamed of living outside the city, and simply decided to recreate such an environment in their city home. High vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, natural furniture and textiles – all the essential attributes of a large house are presented here in this beautiful apartment. Great project!
Look at the gorgeous high windows in the living room of this one-bedroom apartment in Sweden! The fact is that the home is located in the building of the former technical Institute. Just imagine, not so long ago in these walls lectures for students were held, and now this is a unique and very stylish modern accommodation in the sought-after district of Stockholm. Great design!
The classical architecture of London is so magnificent that it is usually carefully restored and preserved with great love. But this Edwardian townhouse in the center of the English capital is very special. Yes, the historical character of the building and the wall decor were also ssvaed here, but the interior spaces were filled up with completely bold and unexpected design elements and solutions, creating a very unusual eclectic home. What do you think of a “broken” staircase, a bedroom under a roof or a red bathroom? You did not expect to see such interiors in London!
When a home is limited in its area, high ceilings can help. In this very small apartment in Stockholm, thanks to the mezzanine bedroom, it was possible to make room for a full-sized living room in which you can feel spacious and even receive guests. As for the color scheme, Scandinavian gray is diluted here with bright yellow details. Compact and comfy!
Sometimes the premise and the space “make” the whole design, and you almost have nothing to add to the decoration. The main features of this cool Stockholm loft are stunning industrial huge windows and high ceilings inherited from the former old factory. Designers decided not to install additional partitions and decided to left the space mostly open, only making comfy zoning. Awesome living!
The unique building in Amsterdam, on the last floor of which this unique loft is located, was built in 1615 as the private residence. Today it is an important landmark and one of the defining houses of the city. That’s why the Nice Makers studio started the reconstruction project with a careful study of the space architecture and how the natural light is distributed in it. Massive ceiling beams have been preserved and strengthened, creating an expressive foundation for future design. Magnificent home!