Wabi-Sabi Minimalist Apartment in Moscow with interior inspired by Japanese aesthetic and is a game of dark and light contrasts. It’s done in quite a minimalist style but features some vintage furniture and an amazing custom-made low curved ceiling made of lime and wax. Besides there are thin layers of marble on the walls that add some luxury to this living space. The apartment with high ceilings is designed by Andrey Gorozhankin of Russian design studio Decolieu.
This East European contemporary interior example lets the winter season possesses bright winter interior design. The result of Wabi-Sabi project keeps the interior design development of East European area in goof interior design progress of contemporary interior design development. This Wabi-Sabi beautiful interior design is a great reference.
French country style bedroom looks luxurious and sophisticated with big size master bed with great looking headboard. Bedroom with French style will provide a comfortable atmosphere. Dark rich wood tones and elegant tapestry create restful ambiance in the bedroom. Iron wall décor, intricately carved mirror and matching dressing chair, exquisite lighting and candle stands make the room look very stylish and sophisticated. Bedroom decor is very personal, and one should not feel pressure to conform to a strict set of decorating rules, as one would in a formal living or dining room. The space should be inviting and comfortable first of all. If you are trying to achieve an authentic French Country look, however, there are certain guidelines that should be kept in mind.
Yves Saint Laurent's Villa Mabrouka is known as the House of Luck. The Moroccan home represents a collaboration between two of the great French aesthetes of the 20th century: Laurent, who turned pantsuits and safari jackets into haute couture, and Jacques Grange, the only interior designer ever to receive the Légion d'Honneur, France's highest decoration. Designed by the master of French interiors, Jacques Grange, the villa offers a blend of African and European influences. Perched on a cliff overlooking the coast of the Spanish region of Andalusia and the Strait of Gibraltar, the 9,688-square-foot home rests on nearly two acres of grounds landscaped by Madison Cox, featuring soaring palms, Italian lemon trees and extensive lawns. A heated swimming pool was excavated into the mountain rocks on which the estate stands, while a nearby pavilion was designed by architect Stuart Church.