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How to marry elegant modern classics and a love of bold prints? The designer of this house in Toronto knows the answer. The combination of laconic furniture and different shades of white allowed not to be afraid of bright inserts, because against such a background they look quite harmonious. The spaces on the first floor…

This Paris apartment is located near the famous Luxembourg Gardens. Modern style of decoration and trendy elements are ideally combined here with stucco, herringbone parquet and antique fireplaces. The milky color scheme is perfectly set off by terracotta walls in the hallway and a bold purple sofa. Wallpaper became a separate love of the designer…

The classic fireplace, moldings and characteristic windows hint that this apartment can be located in one of the famous Ottoman houses in Paris. But if the assumption is correct with the architecture, the location is different – housing is located in the center of another French city, Rennes – the great construction by Baron Haussmann…

The renovation of this Sydney house came at a turning point in the life of the owner, so she was ready for experiments and took part in the process herself with pleasure. Together with the designer, they wanted to create a light, airy, but at the same time multifaceted space. Pastel colors can sometimes look…

Conversions of non-residential homes usually always turn out to be very interesting, and religious or sacral buildings do cause a special resonance. Today we have an old chapel in Sweden, which, after a recent renovation, has got a very interesting and unusual residential look. The main huge space of the living-kitchen-dining room is especially impressive:…

The owners of this home, a married couple with two children, wanted to get away from strict classics and old-fashioned design and rethink the interiors. Designer Chad Dorsey used reclaimed bricks and bright wallpaper for the walls to make it come true. Bold solutions are combined with conservative furnishings and decor to create a timeless…

A real drama took place in the interiors of this interesting Swedish apartment. The fact is that dark, sometimes even black tones and bold saturated wallpaper with an active print prevail in the design of all rooms of this magnificent dwelling in a historic building. What can we say, if even the ceilings are painted…

This small apartment is decorated in the Scandinavian country style, and it fully corresponds to the location of the housing – the outskirts of a small Swedish town with low-rise buildings and closeness to nature. Floral wallpaper in the kitchen, wood paneling on the walls and open shelving – much here reminds of life outside…