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Wood is such a classic material, it might seem like there aren’t many ways to innovate anymore – at least not without embracing something completely outside the comfort zone of most decorators.
Nordic home designs are just as diverse as any other style – the foundational elements definitely leave ample room for individuality, experimentation, and growth.
It’s always a shame to cover up traditional features during a renovation – but the allure of fresh modern design is hard to pass up.
A master suite is your retreat. Where you rest your feet after a long day – curl up with a good book, or flick through the tv channels until you fall asleep.
To a child, even an ordinary bedroom can become a jungle, castle, doctor’s office, or anything in between.
How many ways could you think to decorate the same 24 square meter apartment? Martin Architects set the stage with a tidy layout, and designer Landusheva Nastia took to the drawing board to explore a range of styles that would work well with the interior.
In this collection we’ve put together some of the entries of the Evermotion ‘Whole Lotta Loft’ competition that are sure to blow your mind.
Although more common in small studio apartments, even sprawling interiors can benefit from the sense of freedom an open plan layout allows.
Bridging the gap between modern minimalism and comfortable traditional design, these open-plan living rooms offer a practical and accessible style for just about any taste.
Designed by Partizki & Liani Architects, this incredible home relishes its elevated view of the coastal Tel Aviv skyline.
Designed by Yevhen Zahorodnii & Sivak Trigubchak, this 180 square meter home offers some exciting inspiration.
Dark doesn’t always mean gloomy. These rich interiors exemplify the sophisticated side of the greyscale spectrum.
Scandinavian decor has proven to be an important influence on contemporary design. But this isn’t exactly a new trend – you’ll notice ample Nordic elements in the creative forms and materials of Mid Century Modern designs, in the powerful simplicity of the Minimalist movement, and in the casual lightness of chic cottage styles popular today.
Although minimalistic studio apartment styles might seem easier to coordinate, there’s limit to the creativity that a constricted space can inspire.
Have you been searching for bedroom ideas that look casual but feel luxurious? These designs by Eke Interiors are sure to inspire.
Well-maintained plants are a necessity in the garden, but they can make an immediate and unforgettable impact on indoor environments as well.
A tired 1990’s apartment building on the Portuguese seaside has been revamped for the growing number of people looking for weekend and vacation homes.
Neutrals are great choice for designers who want to make a modern first impression, while still leaving plenty of flexibility for future changes or updates down the road.
An artful home doesn’t require many standalone decorations – in this post, four incredible interiors demonstrate that everyday necessities can serve as beautiful accents with the ability to stand on their own.
These four luxury homes all employ an important unifying factor: intimate communication with the immaculately sculpted courtyards that surround them.