Keeping things simple and somewhat minimalist today with this loft apartment in London. Gorgeous worn wood floors, concrete columns, a dramatic dark panelled bedroom and some homeliness added in with some paintings and lot of plants makes this apartment something I could totally call home. Available as a location space via Shoot Factory.
Thanks to Barbora for sending us this link to the quite small apartment (50 m² I think) in Prague of a filmmaker, located in a building built in 1905. Some original details remain, such as the tile stove and spruce floor. With lots of industrial touches it makes for quite the bachelor pad, and I have to chuckle at the lack of a refrigerator or stove (where does he keep the beer?)
It’s a play of colours, of shapes, of periods and styles. It’s a play on the senses, an appeal to desires and memories. It’s classic and it’s edgy. It’s theatre set and it’s home. It’s eclectic but not haphazard. No if you look closely it is refined and just so. It’s Château en Île de France by Didier Benderli of Paris-based Kerylos Intérieurs.
This apartment for sale in Östermalm, Sweden is a total gem. Fairly roomy, a mix of dark and light spaces with some funky mid-century furnishings and bold lighting, and some beautiful blown-up photography on the walls. That pretty much sums up all of my favourite things in a home. Available via Lagerlings.
A well-thought-out combination of dark and light can be found in this apartment on West 9th Street designed by Sawyer | Berson. Looooove the glossy dark grey paint on all that woodwork. A neutral colour palette and nothing too precious or sparkly makes this a, dare I say, perfect bachelor pad (but if you need proof take a look at the last photo).