All posts with tag:green

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…

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…

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…

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…

Green-and-brown color scheme and lots of plants – not the most common choice for interior design, but it looks absolutely fresh and non-trivial. The owner of this apartment in the Netherlands cannot imagine her life without flowers, they fill her professional and personal life. In this incredibly cute “botanical garden” colors are accompanied by furniture…

This lovely Paris apartment is filled with the ease of being and fresh notes of warm spring air. Daylight almost unimpededly enters this beautiful apartment through the large so-called “French” windows of one of the unique historic buildings in the city center. And further, thanks to the magnificent interior architecture and the yellow-green palette, it…

Architecturally, this Lyon apartment continues fine traditions of French design – the walls are decorated with characteristic moldings and stucco, there are also floral wallpapers. But here we have a quite unexpected color palette as the home is dominated by a variety of shades of green. The fact is that the building literally drowns in the greenery…

This apartment in Barcelona belongs to a blogger and interior designer. In her home, that is located in the XIX century building, she wanted to create a cozy and livable space filled with light and soul. The designer chose a light color scheme with green and yellow accents was chosen which gave the home such…