The interiors of this modern house in England are a synonym for spring and the awakening nature. The main feature of the home – the huge windows, thanks to which the rooms get as much light as possible, which makes a difference in interiors and gives it a certain style. The theme of light and spring is continued in the living room and study: floristic prints, green and yellow shades, pictures depicting southern nature. For the bedroom, the kids room and the cinema on the ground floor, on the contrary, the shades of blue and blue were chosen, so the rooms turned out to be different in mood, but also necessarily bright. Very harmonious and cozy modern home!
If gray and beige shades are rather common in Scandinavian interiors, then you will not often find an apartment in Sweden with green and yellow accents. These color details here are rather timid, not at all screaming, but even they, combined with snow-white decoration, add to the interiors an incredible freshness. The beautiful lemon tree seems to be the center of the whole home. It is echoed by paintings, textiles and greenery (this, by the way, is another proof that the plants wonderfully change the space). Nice city living!
It’s hard to believe, but in the Soviet era, on the site of this modern and very stylish Moscow apartment, there was an old communal flat with small rooms and an uncomfortable layout. “20 meters in length and only 4 and a half wide” – recalls the architect Olga Kolesnik her surprise when she first came to the site. After the demolition of the odd walls, the long corridor was forgotten as a terrible dream, and the natural light was able to fill the premises. The main color and architectural accent of the home is the bathroom next to the kitchen, decorated with wooden panels and painted in bright green. Great work!
The fact that the owner of this Moscow apartment of only 28 sqm is a young man who works in show business and often travels, dictated some of the features of this tiny home. For example, there is no separate bedroom, a sofa in the living room serves for sleeping – this option was well approved by the owner since he is rarely at home. In general, he wanted to get a bright and comfortable accommodation for a rest between tours and for meetings with friends. Designer Ivan Pozdnyakov does not hide that the inspiration for this project he got from the works of modern Dutch designers. Very unique and stylish home!
In this wonderful London apartment botanical motifs are very skillfully woven into beautiful Victorian interiors. Everywhere we see images of various plants in picture frames, in prints on cushions and ceramics, and, of course, a lot of live plants, from exotic trees to small field flowers. In the color scheme, the theme is picked up by a cool velvet upholstery of a beautiful green color. The interiors give very positive and soothing impression.
An old townhouse in East London needed an urgent but careful renovation – it was important to make the interiors feel modern and at the same time not to lose the spirit of antiquity. Designers from studio Chan + Eayrs decided to play with a variety of textures, natural materials and green elements. This home n0w is a real tactile paradise: soft velvet, rough wood and smooth marble – these materials are not only pleasant to touch, but also create an interesting and holistic image. There was a place for an old stove and firewood – this is the very reference to the past. And look how gorgeous is the bathroom – a tub in green marble and a sink made of stone. We can watch this pictures for hours!
Look at these awesome green accents in the interiors of an apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine. In the living room, the designer painted a fragment of concrete wall, and the minimalist kitchen is decorated completely in green. At the same time, in the bedroom sunny yellow tones prevail, but they nevertheless do not argue at the general color concept of the home. The theme of green continues and ends in the bathroom, which turned out to be quite original in design. Great project!
By the way, it’s spring already. And the new collection of H&M Home Warm Minimalism came up just on time. Botanical prints and live plants, wooden details and furniture, handmade objects were the basis of this wonderful spring design. Another wonderful work of the beloved Scandinavian brand!
In her Moscow apartment, designer Olga Zaretskikh wanted to display that atmosphere and a set of shades that are so lacking in Russia for most of the year. That’s why the design is dominated by yellow-green colors, plant motifs everywhere – from wallpaper on walls to prints on cushions. Despite the fact that the apartment is in Stalin’s house with a limited layout (for example, the kitchen here is very small without the possibility of increasing), the owner managed to create a real oasis of warmth and comfort. Beautiful home!
Green color and its variations is an excellent alternative to grey, which became so widespread recently. In the design of this apartment on the top floor in Stockholm, green is the main theme in decoration. Designers have chosen beautiful and stylish shades for furniture and accessories, and live plants perfectly complement the picture. The home looks and feels very fresh and non-trivial!