This charming home respects the original architecture of the old mill which the project replaced. Stone and wood give this place a lovely traditional feel. But the interior design also features some contemporary furniture pieces which are pleasantly combined with vintage details, creating truly charming decors.
When she first saw this old, derelict textile factory in the centre of Barcelona, interior designer Cristina Rodriguez wasnâ€™t even fazed â€“ she knew that eventually it would be her home, and how right she wasâ€¦
This was once a buzzing, thriving factory where people came to work day after day to produce fabrics and textiles. The huge space could have been daunting but, instead of feeling negative about it, Cristina plunged into a whirl of ideas and thoughts about how to make this vast area into various living zones without adding partitions or walls.
When Swedish photographer Andreas Larsson went to the US. ten years ago to study photography in Miami, he did not exactly have any plans to settle on the West coast, but after graduation he was persuaded to move to Chicago and where he has been living ever since.
Sometimes the most unusual combinations make the most beautiful compositions. This Barcelona stunner is a perfect example of how to take two seemingly conflicting styles and make them work together. The feminitity of vintage pink with the harshness of an exposed loft structure isnâ€™t something that seems inherently compatible â€” until you see it.
In your home interiors, the ability to take one material and make it look a hundred different ways is the appeal of home design. Brick is a material that can be made to look natural, but we know itâ€™s actually a man made product. From its notable …