Despite its modest floor area, this two bedroom, one and a half bathroom apartment feels spacious and serene nonetheless. The home is located in Belinskogo, Minsk, Belarus with an 91.25 square metre interior that has been carefully redesigned by Zrobym Architects.
Simple, relaxed and welcoming, this pair of modern home interiors build comfort through soft grey, white and wood decor. The two designs achieve balance between the crisp cool of monochrome and the textural warmth of wood tone in two different styles.
There is something so very magnetic about a window seat. The minute we see that sun trap, bathed in beautiful natural light, we just can’t wait to plant ourselves up against the glass. Proximity to the outside world makes us feel connected, without putting a foot outside the comfort of home.
Brutalist architecture has come a long way since its original peak back in the late 1950s to 60s. Back then, institutional buildings and social housing projects projected a cold and austere nature that became associated with totalitarianism by the late 1970s, and so fell out of favour.
Measuring in at just under 85 square metres (915 square feet), these two family apartment interiors each feature open plan sociable living areas, one adults bedroom and one kid’s room (floor plan inspo included at the end of each tour). Unexpected blue-green and pink decor elements pop up cheerfully as we tour through the rooms of each place, where the colours work to break up the monotony of a predominantly white canvas.
Approximately 5600 square metres of land in Bandung, Indonesia, became the build site for this luxury family home. Architectural firm Andramatin, known for their clean and modern approach to architecture, designed the IH Residence in solid volumes of raw concrete and vast plains of glass.
The engineering team put 300 days of difficult trials into the construction process of this imaginative space, designed by SOAR Design Studio. The team worked with the owners of the property to complete a house with a unique flair. The piece went on to win the 2019 Japan Good Design Award, operated by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion.
We’re excited to introduce two very unique modern home interiors, each buzzing with colour, crazy creativity, and lots of light. Home number one is a modern Spanish apartment that has been reconfigured to adjoin all of its living spaces in a continually adjustable arrangement.
These ultra modern, cool and comfy work places don’t just show us all the places we wished we worked, they provide bags of vibrant inspiration to implement in our very own homes! We’re going to take a tour through vibrant sitting rooms, open plan layouts, colourful decor palettes, modern furniture arrangements, cool lighting solutions, and modern staircase designs that would translate fabulously into many residential builds.
Blue and yellow accents build a cheerful and inviting presence in a home decor scheme, making bright contrast and colourful explosions that will lift the most neutral of backgrounds. This is particularly prevalent in decor schemes with a light background, daylight filled and lighthearted in nature.
Blue accents seem to transcend trends in decor. These two modern homes have been accented with blue hues on the brighter side of the spectrum to pick up the pace on white and pale grey neutrals. The energised blue accents shape chic yet edgy living rooms, accented with quirky art and unusual furniture pieces.
You only get one chance to make a good first impression, so why wouldn’t you make your front door entrance the absolute best it can be? These 51 front door entrance ideas each welcome you with a high-end “hello”, which sets the tone of what’s to come.
You might think that a big house would be the most aspirational but these chic small spaces really reboot the dimensional mindset. These four high-end, style abundant apartments have given us a real case of studio envy. Small yet perfectly formed, these upmarket places have everything the heart desires in terms of modern home comforts and deliciously luxe aesthetics.
Take a tour around these two refreshingly individual pink and grey interiors–each one of them inspirationally unique in terms of both colour and style. There is something so undeniably soothing about the soft pink hue. It effortlessly rounds out any hard edged, ultra sleek interior scheme without taking anything away from its modernity.
Sleek and luxurious, this home design employs modern oriental influences. Natural stone, black lacquer anchors, and golden elements combine to style living spaces that are inviting yet sharp, chilled yet deluxe. The interior has been designed by 梦太初丶to be a place to clear the mind in retreat from the big city.
Three spectacular holiday destinations from Greece are each expertly imagined by K Studio architects. This set of holiday dreams are all based around a deep love of traditional Cycladic culture. Indoor-outdoor living areas where family and friends can come together to enjoy the slow life and mother nature’s beauty has proved paramount.
Pink and blue accessories create sweet calming contrast. The definition between the two shades is crisp yet not jarring, which makes this an ideal combo for weaving an all encompassing colour palette throughout the home as well. Come with us as we gather tips from four modern home interiors that showcase inspirational ideas for fresh pink and blue decor.
Its easy to see how bright and vivid home interiors draw attention, but what about the homes of those who revel in darker delights? These two deliciously dark interior tours are filled with alluring lighting schemes, which transform shadowy decor into scintillating scenes.
Palm trees whisper in the breeze on this hillside home in Los Angeles, designed by architect firm SAOTA. The luxury residence is located immediately above Sunset Boulevard, situated on a promontory close to Pierre Koenig’s landmark Stahl House. The Stahl House served as a jumping off point for the form and articulation of Hillside’s roof planes, which push forward to cover substantial outdoor living areas.
Super small, all under 30 square metres in fact, these five homes are impressive beyond their measure. Their effective layouts make small living look refined and entirely effortless. Using clever concealing doors, smart space prioritisation, unique storage solutions, plus mindful decor additions (and subtractions) leads to homes that not only rival larger counterparts but beat them hands down in terms of ingenuity.
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