Swedish production designer Mattias Nyhlin has a bit of a fascination/obsession with 1970′s Italian interior deco, shown here in his home. His apartment is located in Stockholm but worlds apart from your typically minimalistic Swedish home. He has a great collection of Cartel furniture mixed with some great vintage finds which give the home lots [...]
“For 10 years I was dreaming about it, for five years I was looking for a spot for it, for two years working on it, for another two years building it, and finally here it is,” said Alexandre de Betak in an interview with T Magazine about his new home located in a small coastal [...]
We discovered the work of interior designer Nanna Lagerman last week with her Elle Interior editorial. Today for the TrendHome review photographer Marcus Lawett shot Nanna’s apartment in Sweden. Very bright with plenty of cool furniture and objects, here is some great interior design inspiration.
This year thus far, I will be making two trips to Brazil. As I gear up for these trips I am getting inspired by destinations north and south to visit after my work is done. Trancoso is a place I have been trying to get to for a few years now, so it is really [...]
This minimalist Mid-Century style Norwegian cabin was the home of Grete Prytz Kittelsen: the “Queen of Scandinavian Design” as she often was called. Built in 70s’ by well known ‘Modernist’ architect Arne Korsmo, the house surrounded by nature, the open space layout featured a lot of natural lights with
This palatial loft residence located on the top floor of a beautiful historical building built in 1885 is located in one of the most desired addresses in Stockholm. Presented by Eklund Stockhold New York, this 3,229 square foot (300 square meters) loft with amazing architecture and exposures in all four directions is full of natural [...]
Not a typical Spanish interior design here in this Barcelona loft. Today’s TrendHome is an old printing factory turned into industrial American style loft. The 8,600 Sq ft, two story space was designed by Barcelona-based MINIM, with the assignment to turn it into a
I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this. In 1973 one of the biggest European architect Ricardo Bofill discovered a cement factory, part of an industrial complex from the turn of the century, comprising over 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms. He decided to transform it into
I just came across this home in Camperdown, Sydney on Desire to Inspire and besides being beautiful and airy with a really great eclectic interior design vibe, it is up for auction this month (see here). It is not very often we come across homes we love in the TrendHome series that are actually available, [...]
Telegraph took us through the home of Jane Whitfield, Marc Jacobs right hand woman at Louis Vuitton for the past 12 years, in a village west of Versailles. The house, which was last altered in the 1870s, is tall and stone-built, made from two houses joined together.
In today’s TrendHome we are featuring a private residence located in a historic building on one of Amsterdam’s famous canals, designed by UXUS. The home is located in a 250 m2 18th century warehouse with a panoramic view over the city. The owners wanted to keep the original open plan layout of the space, so [...]
Today’s TrendHome is in Montreal. The St-Hubert residence was completed by architecture firm naturehumaine. For this project the city forbid to construct higher than the existing roof membrane and the presence of rock 4 feet into the ground made the construction of a basement very costly. With these limitations,