There are floral wallpapers, vintage furniture from the past (by the way, almost all items are family heirlooms), and an unusual retro cat lounger.
This is how this house looks today. It’s located in a tiny village where just over 400 people live all year round.
This apartment is filled with many unique details: old brass candle holders, an original stove, a leather armchair from the 50s, a vintage bookshelf, botanical-themed wallpaper, stained glass partitions in the interior doors… Each photograph can be examined for a long time, searching for interesting elements.
This house was built in the early 20th century, but no one lived in it for almost a hundred years. For some time, it was used as a summer house until it was bought by the new owners.
The family that lives in this house embraces minimalism, but you can still find many random things in the rooms. These interior items (without any functionality) are quite simple and help emphasize the overall style. Overall, I’m impressed with the design. I wonder if you’ll like it? Or do our tastes differ a bit?
This interesting apartment is located in an old two-story building that used to be a nursing home. Hence the modest layout of the apartments with almost all having an area of 300-375 square feet.
Here’s an interior design idea: consider incorporating fancy vases for fresh flowers and dried blooms into your decor. We’re not talking about the standard, run-of-the-mill glass vases you can pick up for a dollar. Instead, dive into online classifieds, marketplaces, or Amazon to discover vases with captivating shapes…
In the realm of Scandinavian interior design, we’ve been witnessing a growing trend—stylish botanical prints and retro color palettes making a comeback on wallpapers. Several brands have made their mark in this niche, and one standout among them is the British company, William Morris, named after the renowned…