Favorite interiors of the week_31

Favorite interiors of the week_31

Each week, we share the most gorgeous, inspiring and coolest interiors that we’ve come across in the past few days. Here comes some perfect eye candy to browse through while sipping your Saturday morning coffee, which you can also use as inspiration for your own homes. This week we brought you some ideas for family homes, renovations, urban apartments and business interiors.

Zen elegance in the home of a couple working in medicine | Agnieszka Owsiany Studio | Poznań, Poland


An old printshop transformed into a family home | Nomos | Madrid, Spain


Feeling like Alice in Wonderland in a renovated house | Fala Atelier | Porto, Portugal


Contemporary interiors in an old villa | Mjölk Architekti | Husinec, Czech Republic


Almodóvar-inspired flat renovation | Pura Design | Gdansk, Poland


Retro luxury, luxury retro | Agnes Rudzite | Jūrmala, Lithuania


Simple yet exclusive slow fashion store | The Garden Studio | Budapest

(Cover photo: Family home, Nomos Architecture, Madrid)

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