Posts Tagged ‘Interior Design’

A Modern Design Project in the South of France

Quiet House in France

On a small plot of land, sandwiched between a vineyard shed, a driveway, and a main street, the Quiet House is a project by Artelabo in a village in the south of France. With its tight locale, along with consistent winds, the design proved a challenge and consisted of creating privacy among the chaos. That led to a home that turned inward and to the incredible valley views below.

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What are your thoughts on the design of this house? Too modern? Let us know in the comments below!
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Tour Social Influencer Marianna Hewitt’s Glamorous Home

Marianna Hewitt Hollywood Home

Today we are touring the Hollywood home of Marianna Hewitt, the glamorous lifestyle influencer and blogger. There are few details of her day-to-day that are off the table, from makeup routines to diet ideas. Here, we take a close-up look on her Hollywood home after deciding to enlist the help of Home Polish interior designer Talia Laconi.

Talia Laconi embodied Marianna’s sense of glamorous style impeccably. From the subtle touches of muted blush tones, to the marble, and added gold accents, all are trending at the moment.

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(All Photos: Tessa Neustadt)

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Marianna was even featured in the magazine Harpers Bazaar, take a look here.

 

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New In: Interiors | Neo-Classical Meets Modern

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Interior MA is a wonderful compact apartment design of only 55 square meters by INT2 Architecture, located in a house built before the Revolution in Moscow, Russia. French neo-classical elements are seen throughout this small space, white walls, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling walls, parquet flooring, plaster cornices, wood shutters. The white walls work perfectly for reflecting light throughout the interiors and highlights the proportions of the room, showcasing clean lines. A minimalist black box in the space houses rooms with technical purposes (toilets, boiler room, kitchen) and storage (laundry, closet for clothing and shoes). It is situated in the center of the room, around the main functional area, the open plan kitchen and dining area with a four meters long island, a bar and lounge space with leather furnishings, bio fireplace and projector as well as a bedroom with work space.

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The herringbone pattern on the wood flooring makes the space feel luxurious and warm. The modern elements of the interior contrasts with the materials and style of classic architectural features of the walls and flooring. At the same time they seem to complement each other quite well. The home exudes character and personality, creating a whole incredibly designed architectural space.

I’m really loving the art featured by the homeowner!

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This Striking Home Is Everything We Love About French Interiors

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In Paris you can walk and lay your eyes on a visual feast of beautiful boutiques, cool cafés, and historic Haussmann buildings.These classic homes are revered by many, and it’s easy to see why. They are incredibly elegant, and despite their age, they have a modern feel about them, thanks to proud owners who have brought them into the future while respecting their pasts. This gorgeous example featured in Marie Claire Maison is exactly how we’d imagine stylish Parisians in Haussmanns to live. Architect Jean-François Faure renovated the interior to highlight the neoclassical bones with a nod to the present day. It’s a bright and airy home with an impeccable selection of designer furniture we’re lusting after.

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Step Inside: A Beauty Vlogger’s Rae Stylish & Cozy Apartment

Rae's Apartment

If you’ve ever spent time watching makeup tutorials on YouTube, trying to achieve the perfect cat eye or getting that healthy sun-kissed glow, chances are you’ve come across The Raeviewer. Southern California–based blogger Rae has amassed over 200,000 followers, thanks to her in-depth knowledge of skincare routines and thorough product reviews. She recently gut-renovated the two-bedroom apartment she shares with her Australian shepherd, Beau.

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[Photos: Jeff Mindell)
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Sonia’s Bright, Modern Loft in Spain

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Sonia is a fashion photographer who creates bright, modern scenes. Images of style and a touch of rebelliousness inspire her work, as well as how she decorated her beautiful loft. Bright white walls are punctuated by accents of pink and green colors. Everything is in its place. All the incredible photographs in this loft? Taken by her. She also uses her home as a studio, so the light is essential, as is creating an organized, inspiring vibe.

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Inside a New Zealand Neutral-Hued Home

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This killer home, featured on Sight Unseen, belongs to New Zealand creatives Bec Dowie and husband Paul, the co-founders of hip furniture brand Douglas and Bec.

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Bright White And Grey Studio Apartment

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Real estate agency Entrance never fails to impress me with their homes and photography. This bright grey and white studio apartment is just one of many inspirational homes that they have put on the market. The home is only decorated in light grey and white with traditional furniture pieces that you see in many Scandinavian homes like a Bertoia wire chair (budget version here) and Thonet chairs (similar here & here) but to make it stand out from the normal Scandinavian apartment this small studio has an amazing eye catcher with that vintage dark red velvet sofa. Scandinavians homes always have such a calm atmosphere, I can imagine that you can completely relax in these wonderful bright and serene homes. Especially this one in particular.

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