This home seems ideal for to escape to the mountains during cold season, and spend several days in a warm cozy atmosphere. And you can not even get out of the house – inside is so nice and comfortable that you want to settle down comfortably on the couch or armchair, and just watch the nature through a huge window. A cozy fireplace, a lot of warm textiles, candles and a wood – what a wonderful nest!
Perhaps log houses will never come out of fashion. Despite all the modern technic of wood processing and innovative principles of mountain homes construction, the demand for traditional buildings is not decreasing. This old traditional winter chalet in France, which was recently restored by local designers, once again confirms this fact. Just look how cozy it is!
Unlike more modern and extravagant Scandinavian Christmas, recent catalog Winter Wonders by our favorite Pottery Barn reveals more traditional yet so cozy holiday ideas and inspirations. Bright interiors, red-green color scheme, wooden furniture and decor, all sorts of festive decorations – we hope you’ll enjoy these pictures as much as we do!
IKEA always has something interesting for each season. But winter stands apart as during this period we especially seek warmth and comfort in our homes. So our favorite home brand has just presented such a beautiful winter novelties, that are designed to fill the interior with beauty in moments when it is cold and frosty outside. Enjoy!
We’ve been thinking that it’s time to open the chalet season at our website already – winter is just around the corner.:) And we’ll start from the French Alps, the small ski town of Morzine, where this small 1905-year chalet is located. London-based studio Turner Pocock was appointed to save this cottage from devastation and designers offered quite an unusual solution as for the Alpine home: the entire interior space was painted white instead of the usual natural wood, and diluted it with bright objects. Enjoy!
Everyone knows that best winters are in Norway, with lots of snow and real frosts. It is no wonder that Norwegians know a lot about winter rest, and their wooden cottages are always so cozy and warm. This wonderful chalet high in the mountains can be called an ideal place to spend winter holidays: there is a large living room with stunning views, several fireplace areas, enjoyable natural materials and a stylish design. Real dream!
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We all know that best ski resorts are in Alps or Pyrenees and best mountain homes are French or Swiss chalets. But do not forget the Scandinavians has many beautiful ski slopes and they definitely know how to create great homes. This cozy wooden cottage in Sweden is just awesome. Enjoy!
The owners of this cozy chalet apartment in Spain say their home looks like a bar of chocolate because of the shade of wood used for wall and ceiling decoration. In addition, textiles and decor serve as a filling of cream and strawberry. What a sweet comparison for wonderful dwelling!
Another beautiful mountain home by Locati Architects. This gorgeous wooden cottage in Montana has a lot of natural light coming inside through huge windows. Interiors are decorated with natural materials in bright and calm color scheme. Ideal place for winter holidays!