For people who care about preserving historic buildings and take their inspiration from designs of the past, it is always distressing when an old building is renovated and/or entirely destroyed in the process of trying to make something old into something new.
Bathrooms both big and small can become sensational spaces when given the right aesthetics, but where to begin? This extensive gallery of incredible bathroom design comes to us from worldwide bathroom product manufacturers, Cocoon. Timeless elegance threads through this inspirational modern collection, along with a tangible passion for craftsmanship and the prolific use of natural materials.
The black and white decor palette works wonders in a modern minimalist pad. The weight of dark accents effectively anchors lighter parts, to achieve a sense of permanence and balance. This is an important aspect when fashioning a layout that goes lightly on furniture and accessories, as each significance becomes key.
Welcome to a unique home interior, filled with colour and all out splendour. The 58.8 square metre home located in Moscow, Russia, is an all enveloping art piece. Visualised by Artlife 3D, this updated twist on luxury Art Deco is all about a saturated red meets green colour palette, giant leaf motifs, and oodles oodles of gold.
In this set of three stylish small spaces, each apartment measures in at just under 50 square metres. Decor is predominantly neutral, though each home features moments of colour that are exclusive to either just one piece of furniture or one limited area.
If a white theme is your interior design dream, then these four peaceful white homes are going to whisper to your heart. This collection includes a multitude of home sizes and styles too. We have a super modern apartment with beautiful textured wall panels, misty grey accents and a stunning master suite.
Sparse colour tantalises in these four small interior designs, used in moderation so as not to overwhelm the limits of each space. Neutral decor remains dominant to paint the illusion of increased volume, and guide more natural light throughout. The studio apartments all measure under 40 square metres, so you’ll also discover some super resourceful layouts at play here.
A huge leap from the farmhouse settlements of the Ribera Alta’s Muslim Iberian era, this ultra modern Spanish house design is crisp, linear and minimal. The contemporary population centers have become connected to the big city, and they harbour an aspirational quality of life.
Lofted bedrooms are an awesome space stretcher. When presented with a particularly high ceiling, the temptation is to whack in an entire second floor to double up on that square footage, but that can stunt your lower floor. A loft level allows line of sight to wander all the way from ground floor to ceiling peak.
Dark green and fresh white decor combine to make two super stylish home interiors, each with their very own unique character. We kick off the tours with a home interior built with obscure angles and irregular curves, dark green accents and a minimalist layout.
400 square meters of dream house stands in Varna, the resort town of Bulgaria, created by By Dezest Design. It materialises from the customers childhood fantasies of building a home on the picturesque seashore. A monolithic reinforced concrete structure supported by several supporting columns and walls, the house presented an interior space that was possible to plan most effectively.
Walnut, rich brown and solid black come together as an earthy decor palette in this sophisticated home interior, designed by BODES Studio. Smoky grey drifts through as a connecting shade, whilst mature indoor plants grow green moments of uplifting contrast.
Casa Tau Resort in Mexico is a stunning luxury holiday destination, which also featured as the picture perfect location for outrageous Netflix series ‘Too Hot To Handle’. Everybody on the show was equally photogenic, and very single. The twist? To win the $100,000 prize fund, the scantily clad contestants could flirt as much as they liked but kissing and ANY X-rated touching were completely off-limits!
Dark green and handsome, these three home interiors each take a tall stand on style. The first two of our dreamy dark green interiors have an offbeat sort of edge. Hot pink accents burst onto the scene via outrageous wall art and unique art sculptures.
When we think of increasing the sense of space in a smaller home, we don’t often think of whacking up the colour. Most often, we turn to plain, cool colour schemes to increase the visual dimension of a room. Colour becomes a feared entity, one that threatens to overcomplicate an already challenged space.
Once a place of manufacture, then an art workshop, and now a private apartment in a 1906 tenament house near Old Town in Krakow, Poland. Studio Zapraszam has transformed a rare devastated loft space into a bright showhome. The full renovation was designed to demonstrate a mix of the studio’s favourite styles and visions.
Coffee table books are a fantastic way to add a colorful accent or show off your personality through your decor, but there is more to these hardcover books than looking stylish. Did you know that before the arrival of smartphones, coffee table books were used to entertain guests while the host was occupied?
Presenting two modern white, grey and wood interiors, each with wonderfully welcoming vibes that make you want to wander right in and stay a while. These are homes with simple comforts in mind. Colour is calming, furniture is minimal. There is nothing overcomplicated to distract the eye and exhaust the mind yet there is a crisp and confident sense of style, one of complete peaceful self-assurance.
Chances are there is at least one room in your home that would benefit from the style and function of a dresser—and we aren’t necessarily talking about the bedroom! For example, a casual Mid-Century Modern dresser makes for a stylish storage solution in an entryway, while a narrow lingerie chest is perfect for storing LEGO in the playroom or makeup in the bathroom.
The Nomadic style trend is a chilled, eclectic style based in creamy neutral tones, with warm natural timber and rattan elements. In this inspirational trio of home tours, we find this trend mixed with cool concrete backdrops that are more closely synonymous with the industrial chic genre.
Casa Santa Teresa is a quintessential vacation home by the blue Mediterranean Sea, which rolls and froths just a few meters away along the coast of Ajaccio in France. The echo of the 1950s house that once stood here is reimagined by Amelia Tavella Architectes as a modern 400 square metre bright white building.