This fabulous flat is situated in the Malasaña, the cultural center of Madrid, Spain. Nuevo Estilo
How fun is this eclectic mansion flat? via
The old London flat of interior designer Ben Pentreath, located in a tiny Georgian townhouse. In the early days, the flat was decorated with a subdued, traditional scheme but in time Ben introduced more colour and contemporary furniture. It’s a bright and positive home, don’t you agree? via
This flat on the popular Serrano street in Madrid, went through an extensive rehabilitation to look more bright and welcoming. The architects in charge focused on providing more the illusion of a bigger apartment and giving the interior more light, though, they didn’t forget about art and colorful accessories. The original home was dilapidated, dark and unnecessary due to partitioning,
Hello there, black walls! A 646-square-foot apartment in Berlin, decorated in a very confident and a bit manly way, just look a the dark color palette, and with a clever tricks to save space. Ok, you can read all about it on dwell.
That’s what this small flat in Madrid transmits, pure joy! via micasarevista bloglovin// pinterest // facebook// twitter// instagram
A beautiful eclectic Victorian flat in north London, a seriously love everything about this interior. Also, it has a fireplace in bathroom, how fun is that? Goes great with the marble tile. The glass doors are a nice touch, love the windows in the living room and that kitchen is just so inviting! via
The owner of this third floor 600 square ft flat in NYC, Olympia Bermann, designs for J.Crew and she’s the the daughter of canadian interior designer Michelle Lloyd, that practically sums up everything! No wonder that her home looks this amazing. via