Antiques from French Provence, classical elements of the past, modern design of today and a dose of contemporary art – the decorator Jullie Hillman has created truly unique interiors for her home in Hamptons, near New York. It is interesting that during the project the owner even went to France several times to buy the necessary furniture and decor. Now, this is a beloved getaway for its owners and a small masterpiece of interior design. Enjoy!
In this cozy little cottage in a quiet suburb of Stockholm, the elements of traditional Scandinavian country design and modern Swedish city apartments are mixed. As for the exterior, it is a typical private sector of Scandinavia – a black facade made of wood, with cozy windows in white framing, a small veranda and an open balcony. Inside a simple wooden wall and ceiling finish, as well as classic wallpaper perfectly coexists with modern furniture, tiles and stylish photo frames. Enjoy!
A house for a big family is always a challenge for a designer as it’s not easy to create a home both stylish and maximally functional. The huge total area of this residence in Denver, Colorado, fortunately helped to clear up and implement all the design ideas. The first floor is reserved for rooms where the whole family can spend time: a kitchen-living room, a quiet lounge-zone, a study and a stunning stylish bar that even hotels can envy. The second floor is a family area, with bedrooms and bathrooms. Bunk beds in kids rooms are so cool as they are convenient to climb, besides, they do not spoil the image of the house. And, of course, the heart of the residence is the verandas and backyard, it is difficult to imagine a more beautiful place to relax with friends and family.
Patrick Perrin is a well-known antique admirer and organizer of popular art exhibitions throughout Europe, in a word, a very busy person. But when he has several days off, he is happy to go with his big family to a wonderful summer house in Portugal to enjoy the tranquility and sunshine. And looking at the pictures, the place looks ideal for this.
This wonderful lake house in Washington state would not see the world, if not for the sad circumstances. A few years ago, an old 100-year-old cottage burned down in a tragic fire, but the owners lost more than just a house. While building a new home on the same site, the architects had to try to restore the charm that was present here before. At the same time, the cottage was to become a comfortable modern housing for the family for at least the next 100 years. We don’t know what the old house looked like, but the new one is just super cozy!
Large house of stone, massive wooden beams and structures, vintage design – this residence in Arizona is very similar to the rich estates that used to be built in Spain. Particular attention should be paid to the outdoor territory: thanks to the warm climate, the owners spend a lot of time in the open air, so there are many different terraces and patios, there is also a small cozy pool. Despite all the rudeness and rusticism, the interiors are decorated exquisitely and with great taste. Gorgeous home!
Simone Harouche had, it would seem, an ideal career of fashion stylist: for many years she was on the list of the best stylists in the US, and among her regular customers there were celebrities like Christina Aguilera, Miley Cyrus, Nicole Richie. But she got the most glory thanks to creating fashionable images for Kim Kardashian. Despite all the success in the industry, Simone recently shocked many with her decision to drop everything and re-qualify for interior design without having a special education. And more recently, she presented the first project – an extravagant, but cozy house of her own. Let’s have a look?
After seven years of living in Liguria, Italy, the owners of this villa returned to Sweden and wanted to fill the house with the memories of life in the south. And they did it as elegantly as possible. There are no juicy tones that are common in southern nature, but soft pink, beige and brown colors remind of rocks by the sea, the setting sun and a peaceful nature. The interiors are very modern and fairly minimalistic but at the same time they inspire and give peace and tranquility!
When the current owner first came to this Spanish farm of the 19th century, there were only ruins. The house and the interior had to be rebuilt by bit. The renovation took a long time, but all the efforts were worth it – now it’s a stunning rustic house with light and airy interiors. It seems that in this farm time has stopped as the home is an excellent combination of antiquity and comfort.
Today we want to share pictures of a magnificent, almost ideal kitchen for a country house in the USA. It combines color and texture, aesthetics and functionality so harmoniously so we cannot find any fault here. Even the smallest details, such as pots and plates on the shelves – everything is perfect. There is a large window above the washbasin – dishwashing is not boring here at all.:) A pale blue tone is a beautiful match for natural surfaces and textures. Dream space!