At Coggles, we love great interior design – whether it’s an example of iconic mid-century modern, Airbnb’s creative offices around the world or stripped back Belgian minimalism. Turns out our readers do too, with interior posts on Coggles Life coming up as some of our most read articles this year. From the modern to the traditional and everything in between, these were the best interiors of 2017.
Pale parquet flooring, off-white walls, dark furnishings and a monochrome gallery wall make up this Swedish apartment, with plant, white cushions and blankets adding personality and warmth to the space. View the apartment here.
Pantone’s colour of the year was fully embraced in 2017, from filling spaces with green plants, to using the colour on walls or in small furnishings or home accessories. This article shows our favourite ways to incorporate greenery in any space.
A former bank where restored original features merge with contemporary design details, the new Coggles store in Alderley Edge is a mixture of textures, surfaces and unique spaces. From the restored bank vaults now housing shoes and accessories to Tom Dixon pendant lighting and a blend of marble and parquet flooring, the store is a real extension of Coggles.com. View the interior of the store here.
We went inside London’s HAY showroom, where the original mouldings and parquet flooring of the townhouse now mix with the Danish brand’s minimal, design-led furnishings and home accessories. View the full space here.
This Norwegian villa dates back to the 1760s, with original features still intact after being lovingly restored. Furnishings from the early 1900s to the present day fill the space, resulting in an 18-room hotel that blends history with contemporary Nordic design seamlessly. View the villa here.
Words by Angharad Jones