Favorite interiors of the week_49

Favorite interiors of the week_49

Each week, we share the coolest, most gorgeous and inspiring 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 bourgeois suites and industrial homes, where the abundance of white is sparked up by the riot of colors in a Spanish student residence.

One of London’s hottest lofts | Stone and Partners | London, United Kingdom


Generous apartment with geometric details | No Architects | Prague, Czech Republic


Riot of colors in a student housing | Masquespacio | Bilbao, Spain


Eclectic home in an old factory | Bordeaux, France


Minimal extensions to an early 20th century apartment | Zofia Wyganowska | Warsaw, Poland


Playing with levels in a Portuguese country house | Paulo Merlini Architects | Gondomar, Portugal


The home of a writer and an art collector full of art | I29 | Amsterdam, Netherlands

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