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Awesome Pop-Art And Art-Deco London Apartment

Thu, Apr 19, 2012 | Art deco home designs

This amazing apartment in London is something that can’t be really described with words! The space is done in art-deco with a little bit pop-art. Radical black walls are well-balanced with colorful furniture and accessories. Every piece here looks like an art object because of style, shape or concept. Pop-art paintings and sculptures add some charm. The...Continue Reading...


Unique 4-Story House Built In The 60s

Thu, Jan 26, 2012 | Art deco home designs

This piece of art, Iconic Urban Retreat designed by the architect Paul Rudolph, is listed in the New York City. The apartment has 4 stories, it’s done in glass and steel which wasn’t typical for the 60s. The stairs are elegant and fit perfectly the wooden floors and take you one step at a time to the upper rooms. The house has four bedrooms, two living...Continue Reading...


Apartment In Fusion Of Various Styles

Fri, Aug 12, 2011 | Waterfront home designs

This apartment is located in Stockholm, Sweden, at the top floor so it has wonderful views of the port. The owners decided to make the interior a mixture of different styles that are not usually combined: pop-art, modern classics and Provence style. As it’s a Scandinavian interior, the main color is white; the kitchen is made in modern classical style...Continue Reading...


Bright Apartment Design With Pop Art Details

Thu, Apr 21, 2011 | Contemporary home designs

It’s not always warm or sunny in some parts of Canada but this apartment will definitely give the owners some cheerfulness as it’s bright and colorful. A fusion of art deco details with something traditional and a little bit pop art style. Bright cushions, coffee tables, interesting pictures – all these details make the space lively and fresh. Rugs,...Continue Reading...


Loft In Retro Pop Art Style

Thu, Mar 17, 2011 | Contemporary home designs

This place used to be a factory and is located in the center of Zürich. Designer Stefan Holemann turned it into a very cozy living space. He reserved an industrial atmosphere and created a feeling of a modern loft with antique furniture. The house has 39 windows under the roof and a big bathroom. When people enter this house, they are always surprised...Continue Reading...

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