All posts with tag:bright details

With an abundance of bright decor, spacious rooms, and beautiful contemporary design, this Sydney home is entertaining in each of its many corners. Only one main living room has two huge sofas, a cinema area, a fireplace, and a view of the garden with a swimming pool – impressive. The house was created for a…

For a long time, this house of 1768 in Kent County was in disrepair. But a building with such a rich heritage simply shouldn’t be empty, interior designer Russell Loughlan decided, and enthusiastically set to work on the restoration. The house in white and gray colors, outside and inside, lacked colors, so, first of all,…

New York’s Chelsea borough, where this townhouse is located, is famous for its restaurants, galleries, historic sites and parks. Therefore, an apartment in such a place must necessarily have a twist. For modern interiors in neutral beige tones, two types of accents have been chosen: marble inserts and decor. The cuts of natural marble turned…

It is now hard to believe that this neat brownstone in Brooklyn was abandoned for 20 years. But with the help of painstaking work of designers and architects, it was possible to save the dilapidated facade made of sandstone and brick, and to transform the interiors. Color has become the star of the project, a…

The owners of this house in California took a bold and interesting solution – they decided to design only bright walls, without neutral tones. The palette was chosen as tasty as a scattering of candies: terracotta, fuchsia, yellow, blue, turquoise. Prints and stained-glass windows fit perfectly into this image. As for decor, everything bright and…

With its personality and extraordinary comfort, this newly built house in Bend, Oregon is an ideal family home. In addition, in the era of total minimalism, it is especially gratifying to see interiors with a lot of color and prints. On top of that, the designer and owners have infused the space with vintage elements…

In Swedish apartments, it is not often possible to find a bright palette of colors, but this home in Goteborg was an exception. For white and gray-olive walls and furniture in basic colors, the owners chose not pastel decor, but bright and bold details. Catchy paintings and posters, printed textiles, neon lights and ceramics of…

Architects Noam Dvir and Daniel Rauchwerger purchased this apartment in an 1865 building in New York in the spring of 2020, in the midst of a pandemic. At that time, four-meter ceilings and large windows were the only advantages of the interiors, and it was in desperate need of renovation. Despite all the Covid limitations,…

If we remove all the posters from the interiors of this apartment in Sweden, we get a simple white space, kind of blank sheet. But it is this colorful wall decor that creates life and a wonderful summer mood in this home. As is usually the case in Scandinavian interiors, there are no curtains in…