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Pogorelova Olga Designer
Зону телевизора выделили объемном и цветом. А радиатор скрыли решеткой, которая является общей композицией с конструкцией для ТВ. На фото видно, что возле дивана располагаются места для хранения. Эти конструкции к тому же скрывают неровности стены и выступы колонн. Фотограф: Лена Швоева
Libby Winberg Interiors
AGENCE MARN DÉCO
Cuisine ouverte dans salon
Interiors by Maite Granda
Feature in: Luxe Magazine Miami & South Florida Luxury Magazine If visitors to Robyn and Allan Webb’s one-bedroom Miami apartment expect the typical all-white Miami aesthetic, they’ll be pleasantly surprised upon stepping inside. There, bold theatrical colors, like a black textured wallcovering and bright teal sofa, mix with funky patterns, such as a black-and-white striped chair, to create a space that exudes charm. In fact, it’s the wife’s style that initially inspired the design for the home on the 20th floor of a Brickell Key high-rise. “As soon as I saw her with a green leather jacket draped across her shoulders, I knew we would be doing something chic that was nothing like the typical all- white modern Miami aesthetic,” says designer Maite Granda of Robyn’s ensemble the first time they met. The Webbs, who often vacation in Paris, also had a clear vision for their new Miami digs: They wanted it to exude their own modern interpretation of French decor. “We wanted a home that was luxurious and beautiful,” says Robyn, noting they were downsizing from a four-story residence in Alexandria, Virginia. “But it also had to be functional.” To read more visit: https: https://maitegranda.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/LX_MIA18_HOM_MaiteGranda_10.pdf Rolando Diaz
Homestyling 2rok Stockholm
Popular Scandinavian-style interiors blog 'These Four Walls' has collaborated with Kährs for a scandi-inspired, soft and minimalist living room makeover. Kährs worked with founder Abi Dare to find the perfect hard wearing and stylish floor to work alongside minimalist decor. Kährs' ultra matt 'Oak Sky' engineered wood floor design was the perfect fit. "I was keen on the idea of pale Nordic oak and ordered all sorts of samples, but none seemed quite right – until a package arrived from Swedish brand Kährs, that is. As soon as I took a peek at ‘Oak Sky’ ultra matt lacquered boards I knew they were the right choice – light but not overly so, with a balance of ashen and warmer tones and a beautiful grain. It creates the light, Scandinavian vibe that I love, but it doesn’t look out of place in our Victorian house; it also works brilliantly with the grey walls. I also love the matte finish, which is very hard wearing but has none of the shininess normally associated with lacquer" says Abi. Oak Sky is the lightest oak design from the Kährs Lux collection of one-strip ultra matt lacquer floors. The semi-transparent white stain and light and dark contrasts in the wood makes the floor ideal for a scandi-chic inspired interior. The innovative surface treatment is non-reflective; enhancing the colour of the floor while giving it a silky, yet strong shield against wear and tear. Kährs' Lux collection won 'Best Flooring' at the House Beautiful Awards 2017. Kährs have collaborated with These Four Walls and feature in two blog posts; My soft, minimalist living room makeover reveal and How to choose wooden flooring. All photography by Abi Dare, Founder of These Four Walls
We chose a beautiful inky blue for this London Living room to feel fresh in the daytime when the sun streams in and cozy in the evening when it would otherwise feel quite cold. The colour also complements the original fireplace tiles. We took the colour across the walls and woodwork, including the alcoves, and skirting boards, to create a perfect seamless finish. Balanced by the white floor, shutters and lampshade there is just enough light to keep it uplifting and atmospheric. The final additions were a complementary green velvet sofa, luxurious touches of gold and brass and a glass table and mirror to make the room sparkle by bouncing the light from the metallic finishes across the glass and onto the mirror
Fotografía De Francisco Rojo Pavón
fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors
Photo: Richard Gooding Photography Styling: Pascoe Interiors Architecture & Interior renovation: fiftypointeight Architecture + Interiors
Nick Bowers Photography
A Waylett Photography
Tiffany Brooks, HGTV Host & Interior Designer
This library offers one of the best spots in the home for enjoying views of the outdoors. The library is just steps from the kitchen, as well as a porch outside. https://www.tiffanybrooksinteriors.com Inquire About Our Design Services http://www.tiffanybrooksinteriors.com Inquire about our design services. Spaced designed by Tiffany Brooks Photo 2019 Scripps Network, LLC.
Mia Mortensen Photography
Mia Mortensen @houzz 2017 © 2017 Houzz
Так как заказчики переехали в городскую квартиру из собственного дома, для них камин — несомненный атрибут уютного пространства. Не хотелось разбивать этот прекрасный стереотип, мы установили в гостиной биокамин. Для него собирали специальный огнеупорный каркас, который впоследствии обшили мебельными панелями. Отделка квартиры к тому времени была чистовой, поэтому каркас размером с рояль собирали на подземной парковке, а потом заносили в квартиру. Но все усилия того стоили — камин стал своеобразным центром притяжения, наполнил интерьер ощущением загородной жизни.