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Celebrating the Acapulco Chair this spring

The Acapulco chair celebrated it's 60th birthday last year but it's still a very current and stylish 60 year old! Seems that age doesn't affect it, as it is still as popular as it was in the beginning. he history of Acapulco chair starts with the name – it was named after the lovely coastal town Acapulco in [...]

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Transformed 4 bedroom house in Toronto packed with mid-century designed classics

This four bedroom home in a prestigious neighbourhood of Toronto is charming, stylish and packed with character. The home has been extended and renovated and the owners have put it on the market for $1.6m. One of the best features of the extension is that the upper level can be used for a range of [...]

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Architectural inspiration in London Provost House with Bistro Outdoor Furniture

The Provost House, designed by London architects Nick Eldridge and Piers Smerin, in 2008 is an inspired piece of design. The project won a Royal Institute of British Architects Award in 2009, fitting recognition for such innovative architecture. The house is located in Belsize Park, in North-West London  and was originally the nursery garden for the [...]

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Modern loft apartment decorated with Eames classics and views over the water

This modern loft apartment was completed in 2010 by Oscar Properties, who transformed an old 1920s lamp and light bulb factory, Lumafabriken. You immediately notice the double height ceilings, which are a remarkable 4.4m high and the sweeping views over the Stockholm outlet. The which colour scheme and light wood floors are essential given Sweden's long [...]

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Renovated Swedish apartment showing before and after photos

We love to renovate in Australia so here's something to inspire your next project. This quaint apartment in Sweden had loads of potential with an interesting room in the roof cavity that wasn't well utilised. The downstairs area has an open kitchen, which meant it was important to create a feature area and good, functional [...]

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Interior design inspiration from elegant terrace in Cape Town

Cape Town is famous for stunning scenery and mix of beaches, mountains and rugged coastline but it also has a diverse range of architecture ranging from historic to ultra-modern. The older suburbs of Cape Town, often near the city are older and full of character with lots of terraces that have a very European feel. [...]

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Combining modern and vintage products to create a classic designer look

Line Kay is a fantastic photographer with an eye for unusual combinations like this setting of a vintage table that is very homely and rustic with modern pieces like the Eames Eiffel and Tolix chairs to create a beautiful combination. The setting is exquisite, with typically Scandinavian floors in an off-white and cupboards doors with [...]

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Eclectic designer furniture and accessories in Swedish apartment with courtyard

At Interior Classics we are always on the lookout for good examples of designer furniture and how people around the world combine pieces to achieve unique styles. Scandinavian homes have a very distinctive look although occasionally we notice something novel like this apartment in Vasastan - City, which is in central Stockholm. The apartment is currently on the [...]

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Amazing cafe with modified Tolix chairs in Munich Cafe

To celebrate the end of the FIFA World Cup won this morning by Germany, we are featuring this amazing cafe in Munich. The link to Brazil goes a step further because the cafe is called “Açai Café, named after the fruit of a tropical palm found mainly in Brazil. (Take a look here if you'd like to learn [...]

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Minimalist interior design in shades of grey at Serbian apartment

If you like minimalist design then this transformed 1970's apartment renovated by Serbian based architects, Arhitektura Budjevac should give you some good ideas. The designers were given the challenge of transforming an outmoded building, constructed during socialist times, into a functional and modern home. Since the original structure was designed with lots of small rooms, the [...]

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