The Ruben Dishdishyan House, located in Benelux, a union of states comprising three neighbouring countries in northwestern Europe (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg), was constructed by the Russian architect Nicholas Lyzlov.
The home is warm and elegant, with dark wooden floors and textured stone walls.
By Magaly • Jan 15, 2013
This apartment, the private home of Russian Interior Designer Ksenia Nikitina, is located in Moscow, Russia.
The home is quirky and eclectic, and one of its most prominent features is the large collection of paintings that adorns its walls.
2010 Esquire House is a home on Sunset Strip, in West Hollywood, California, USA.
The home is stylishly decorated, with wooden floors, eccentric pieces of furniture, and exquisite works of art.
This 21,500-square-feet home is located in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, and was created by Kiev-based Yakusha Design.
The home exudes elegance, with tall glass windows and neutral palettes; there are other rooms decorated by themes: a forest playground, a zip-lined hallway, a cushioned bed/staircase, and a romantic mezzanine.
This home, located near Moscow, Russia, was designed by the architect Olga Freiman.
The steel and glass elements give the home a stylish elegance, and the wooden floors and walls grant it a component of warmth and familiarity that creates stunning spaces with a lot of character.
The One Oak Chalet is located in Combloux, near Megève, a town well-known as a ski resort for its proximity to the Mont Blanc in the French Alps.
The house itself is made of rustic wood, but its decoration brings in a touch of modernity and quirky character that makes the chalet truly singular.