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Shawn Henderson skillfully shatters the common perception that modern design is cold and sterile in this family-friendly retreat in the Utah mountains. Despite the generally calm color scheme, the designer was able to surprise with the selection of interior items and materials. There are very few banal solutions here, every detail evokes admiration and aesthetic…

You can enjoy the Alps not only by living in traditional wooden chalets – for mountain lovers, even a small apartment with a couple of rooms will be a blessing. This is exactly the kind of housing we want to talk about today – the apartment with a rather modest area in the Italian Alps….

The family of the owners of this wooden house in Vermont fell in love with the local ski resort long ago, and came here many times for winter holidays. But a few years ago, they decided that it was time to take the next step and acquire their own property in a place that had…

In 2020, Sarah, Nathan, and their 5 children moved from a New York apartment to a spacious mountain residence in Aspen, and the reason for this was not just the pandemic. The family had long wanted to try living closer to nature, in their own big house, in a much calmer and more measured rhythm…

We hear a lot about the American Dream, which many people strive for – to become successful and earn a lot of money. But the dream of almost every young Swedish family is to buy an old traditional cottage in the countryside with a charming red facade and move there with their family. Maria, the…

This bright chalet in Megève is heavily influenced by traditional Alpine design. These include beautiful botanical prints in textiles and the column decoration, characteristically shaped dining chairs, and, of course, an abundance of warm natural finishes. But besides this, the designers quite successfully integrated bright and chic modern details into the interiors: upholstered furniture with…

This modern home in Montana embodies the American dream of a luxury ski holiday. It is located right next to one of the slopes, so the owners can watch the active life of the resort without leaving their home. Speaking of windows – they are panoramic, huge in size, and some are sliding with access…

The dark tone of the wood in the exterior of this Scandinavian chalet inspired designers to choose a color scheme for the interiors, which turned out to be quite atmospheric. A dark gray sofa, natural ash-colored stone in the fireplace, black-tinted wood – the inner space of the house turned out to be quite masculine…

A couple of days ago we wrote about a modern chalet in Sweden with calm, modern interiors. Today we have a very similar house, even the architectural project is largely identical. But the main difference is in the decor and mood – in today’s home we can see more of warm beige-brown shades, upholstered leather…