Ceramic tiles cover almost every surface at this Valencia restaurant, creating a riot of rhythmic, clashing shapes. Everything inside La Sastrería has been tiled, from the bar counter to the tables and the walls, enveloping diners in checkerboards patterns of green,
Remember the days when wallpaper was an outdated design feature that demanded to be removed? Today that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, we’re in the middle of a full-fledged wallpaper revival! From geo forms to layered
Esperinos House is an unexpected modern take on the design of a traditional Greek house. Simple and graceful classic exterior here is decorated with an unusual light blue shade with olive shutters – an interesting and very fresh combination!
Studio Heju who created the design of this apartment in Paris managed to preserve the French spirit and at the same time add a twist to it. The main trick here is the color. Designers used both large strokes
A clashing mix of pea-green walls, leopard-print furnishings and candy-striped beds feature in this hotel that British designer Luke Edward Hall has completed in Paris . Hotel Les Deux Gares is tucked down a narrow street in Paris' 10th
Absolutely all walls of this Swedish apartment are green – an unusual and bold, but very effective design solution. The irregular layout makes this housing even more special, as the rooms are not square, but of complex, uneven shapes.
The kitchen is probably your home’s most important room, so it’s critical that you get its design right. Discover how to do so today…
Photo, Creatv Eight. It might seem like a daunting task, but planning and designing the most important room in your home can be an exciting time. Inspiration sites and platforms such as Pinterest flood us with images and ideas,
The unusual design of this old Victorian mansion in Dublin reveals the signature style of Kingston Lafferty studio (we posted about them before ) – unexpected and bold colors in a classic house. Designers are far from traditional stereotypes
Architect Felix Millory is only 31, but has already managed to loudly declare himself in the design world of the French capital. His style of decorating Parisian homes in old Haussmann buildings is more modern, sophisticated and minimalistic, but
French and in particular the Parisian style is a reference point for designers around the world, and Poland is no exception. The local studio Goszczdesign recently presented an apartment project in an old building in the center of Warsaw,
Already from the street, it becomes clear that this is not a typical London townhouse . Adjoining classic houses on both sides, this one has a modern black roof, and the tone of the facade brick is also different
There is a lot you can do with mirrors and in the modern kitchen, they can do everything from adding light and brightness to a dark interior to creating more space in a tiny kitchen. Mirrored finishes come in