Carlos and Marisa have recently faced a very special and emotional phase of their lives: their children grew up and left home, and they had a question ‘What do we do next?’. The answer came quickly as they decided to realize the lifelong dream – to move to a cozy country house where they could enjoy nature and careless life. And of course, in their wonderful home, there will always be a place for children, grandchildren, and friends. Amazing!
“The weather is so often rainy in St. Petersburg, so I want something colorful and bright, I want a feeling that I’m at the sea” – this is how the owner of this riverfront apartment described her requirements. Designer Yana Svetlova took the customer’s words literally – the interior was filled with all shades of the sea, from dark blue to emerald green. One of the main features of this project is the unique wallpaper and textiles from the designer’s own collection. Bold and extravagant!
New autumn collection by wonderful French online store Maisons du Monde is divided into several thematic lines to reach as many customers as possible. Some of the highlights of the collections are Nordic ethnic motives, interiors in shades of green, gentle pastels, elegant urban style inspirations. Which option is the most stylish and comfortable – it’s up to you. Enjoy!
People in Spanish countryside rarely build new houses, instead, they carefully and lovingly restore old buildings and that’s just awesome. The owner of this charming country house has very warm feelings about this cozy cottage in northern Spain: as a kid, she came here with parents every summer for a holiday. And now after many years, she decided to return the house to life, just to be able to relax here with her own children. What a beautiful place!
Not long ago, the owners of this home in the city of Grave, the Netherlands, started a major renovation – it was decided to replace modern but too neutral interiors, with something more interesting and catchy. As a result, modernity, vintage and industrial style intertwined together in this wonderful home. There is a great play on contrastі: white walls and a light wood floor perfectly match with black, emerald and blue. Designers added some cool prints, ranging from floristic ornaments and ending with a strip, as well as many plants and black accessories and furniture that seem to frame the interiors. So awesome!
Green is by far not the most popular choice in interior design, but this bright apartment in one of Seattle’s skyscrapers beautifully combines various green shades. Delicate pastel walls, juicy sofa, turquoise chairs and bright details – the living room here looks fresh and unique. We also love one of the bedrooms with a stylish dark blue wardrobe where the bed hides. Enjoy!
When a young couple from Poland approached Raca Architekci studio with a request to decorate their holiday apartment on the Baltic coast in Gdansk, each of them had their own vision of an ideal home: she loves the Scandinavian style while he values warmth and coziness. Designers tried to find a compromise, creating modern and stylish interiors, but with an abundance of wood and beautiful color accents. Great project!
New interiors from IKEA‘s upcoming Fall collection are just fascinating! Despite the fact that this is Scandinavian design, there are no white or just light spaces, rather very dramatic rich-colored (often dark) scheme. Our special love goes to beautiful interiors with green walls, the atmosphere in which in some ways is even fabulous. Enjoy!
Interior which is inspired by the world of fashion should always by special and extravagant. This magnificent in every sense living room by Jonathan Rachman was inspired by the famous green Parisian salon of the legendary fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy, where almost every detail is an art object. And the name of the project April in Paris is a reference to the famous song of the same name by Louis Armstrong. Top class!
Although this townhouse is located in London, there is not much of traditional English here. At the same time, interiors are filled with many unexpected and non-trivial solutions, such as, green tiles in the kitchen, rustic textures and extravagant decor (who saw other works of Hubert Zandberg, will understand). Very original space!