Country house and natural materials are just made for each other: the owners of this home in Spain chose just this combination, and they did it right! However, in pursuit of naturalness, it is important not to make the interior too boring and old-fashioned. Here, this issue was solved with the help of bright furniture, unusual objects and paintings, they made a great friendship with flax, wool, wood and natural stone tiles. At the same time, color choice is very bold: fuchsia, lemon, orange, red and turquoise. Perhaps, the country house in the 21st century should look like this. Bravo!
Owners of this loft apartment in Melbourne, Australia, wanted the home to be industrial and consistent with the character of the building, also one of the wishes was a dark kitchen. The first floor was divided into several zones with the help of furniture and finishes: entrance area, dining room, living room and kitchen. Brick wall and bright furniture with decor added some character to the image. The dark kitchen blended seamlessly into the interior, and the black book racks on the second floor seemed to be its continuation. Excellent balance of style, uniqueness and comfort!
This two-story brownstone in Brooklyn is a rental home for a family with three children, so it was impossible to carry out large-scale repairs. You tenants could not change the location of the lighting, repaint walls or make a major redevelopment. Therefore, the family decided to refresh the interior sand give them individuality with the help of bright furniture and accessories. Colorful details and furniture with a geometric pattern very nicely contrasts with white walls, a fireplace and wooden doors.
Despite the monochrome scheme, the interiors of this apartment in Moscow do not feel boring or gloomy: they were filled with bright accents and unusual accessories. And it all began with a large-scale repair and redevelopment of the old and dated apartment that owners acquired in a very bad condition. Particular attention was paid to storage solution as the total area is not very large. Wonderful example of the old dwelling finding a new and happy life!
Many do not like classic interiors because of their austerity and monotony. This family home in the town of Marlborough, Massachusetts, absorbed all the best from the modern classics and is not dull at all. Beige color scheme was flavored with bright textiles and fabrics with prints, furniture with glossy metal details refreshed the image. Fresh, interesting, stylish!
Scandinavian style can be very versatile. You think gray walls are boring? No way. In this Stockholm apartment, grey walls are a wonderful background for colorful details. A mix of textures and accessories enlivens this apartment. It adds a touch of playfulness and makes the basic Scandinavian design edgy. It may seem that too many things are mixed together, but this can only mean some kind of courage, freedom from stereotypes. Hope you’ll like this home!
We are used to the fact that lofts in Soho, the most creative area of New York, are all former art workshops or fully industrial interiors with brick walls. This apartment is somewhat different. Here, the tone is set by vintage elements, prints, paintings, and photographs. Despite the simple and light base, the furniture and décor here are of most vivid and unusual colors. Such an interior certainly cannot be called universal, on the contrary, it is very personal, creative and extraordinary, like the atmosphere reigning in the legendary Soho.
If each home has its own character, then in this modern house Los Angeles house it is definitely cheerful and bright. White decoration and contemporary furniture are complemented by bright and extraordinary paintings and objects. In one place – a colorful flash, in the other – an interesting combination of prints, in the third – extraordinary furniture. At the same time, the interiors do not feel overloaded, everything is balanced by clear lines and a light base. Especially harmonious is the backyard – a ready-made platform for meditations. Such an interesting project!
When designer Dasha Uhlinova started to work on a two-bedroom apartment of 73 sqm in the north of Moscow, it was in a good condition but a bit outdated. Therefore, the main tasks were smart replanning, replacing floors throughout the home and add new life and colors to the interiors. The сlient – a soft and romantic, but confident and purposeful woman, wanted to get a home with some touches of feminity, but it was important not to overdo it with tenderness in the decoration. The apartment turned out to be bright and unique. Enjoy!
Behind the modest facade of the Tamburlaine Hotel in Cambridge, UK, there is a variety of colors and styles. Bright floor tiles in the cafe and lobby, austere bar with leather sofas, restrained rooms and a classical library with a fireplace – guest will find a lot of beautiful places here. Each room hides interesting details, accessories with ornaments and beautiful lamps. Perhaps the most attractive place is the colonial style café’s: wicker furniture, carpets, wallpaper depicting southern nature and many plants – it is easy to imagine yourself somewhere in the tropics. The hotel opened recently but thanks to this original design and the atmosphere it is getting popular really quickly!