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This apartment with warm monochrome interiors occupies the ground floor of a beautiful Victorian house in London and has its own small garden with outdoor furniture and greenery. Thanks to this fact, the atmosphere of country living reigns here, although you can reach central London in less than 20 minutes. So, in the interiors, in…

When we hear ‘Townhouse in New York’, we usually imagine a beautiful historical red brick building, steps to the front door, beautiful large windows. But today we have a completely different case. From the street, this townhouse in Brooklyn can easily be confused with a garage – the one-story blue facade with a garage door…

The most striking space in this London townhouse is the bright and open kitchen and dining area, which is located in a modern extension to the rear. In the house, there is now a clear division between the elegant classical part (the house is an example of historical Edwardian architecture) and the relaxed and minimalist…

Following a recent renovation, this Victorian townhouse in London now enjoys a much better connection to its natural surroundings than before. This is how the house got a patio – a small open-air courtyard surrounded by walls on all sides. In addition, some walls are now completely glass, and the new living room has access…

The historic townhouses of Amsterdam city center are a real sight to behold, and today we have one of these beautiful houses. Its red brick exterior completely replicates all the graceful contours inherent in it at the time of its construction back in 1892 – during the recent reconstruction, the architects preserved the authenticity of…

The brick facade of this Victorian townhouse in one of the central neighborhoods of London, it would seem, does not foreshadow anything extraordinary. But what we can see inside surpasses even the wildest fantasies. The interiors of the house are not just colorful – it’s a real explosion of colors and active prints. The color…

At the end of a quiet green alley in the prestigious Brooklyn Heights neighborhood of New York, among the famous brownstones, a rather unusual house lurks – a former carriage house built back in the 19th century. The building has seen a lot in its lifetime: initially it was used as a stable, in the…

This elegant white-fronted neoclassical Italianate mansion in London is a listed building and a highlight of the area. There is evidence that the house was built in the mid-19th century for William Lowther, second Earl of Lonsdale. This stunning residential property was recently put on the market for £5.25 million after extensive renovations. The interiors…

The updated interiors of this historic New York townhouse are filled with natural light – double-height ceiling, minimal decor, and no curtains do the job. As for furniture and interior items, designer Oliver Freundlich has chosen elegant, modern, sometimes spectacular and bold pieces that look especially smooth in such a magnificent space. As befits a…

This contemporary home does not look like a typical London townhouse we often talk about on this blog. There are no classic moldings, antique fireplaces, bay windows and historical details. The interiors are light and concise, with clean, smooth lines and stylish minimalist furniture. The main living room boasts a beautiful open space with incredibly…