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Barcelona-based illustrator Cinta Vidal Agulló turns architectural drawing on its head with these surreal urban landscapes that reflect the idea that we all live in one world, but the inner dimensions we experience may not match the realities that others perceive.
Did you think we would leave you #TeamWhite folks hanging after our extensive coverage on black bedrooms recently?
While bedrooms are the perfect place to experiment with color palettes and decor choices that might seem too bold for the social areas of a home, these bedrooms take a more practical approach.
Doormats are an often-underappreciated part of a tidy household – but they’re a necessity, so why not have some fun with them?
Home design magazines often feature clean, elegant spaces – showing satin cushions, white couches and spotless bedspreads that soon become the wreckage of children.
How do you blend Scandinavian simplicity with Taiwanese culture? This multi-storeyed home, designed by Taiwan’s HAO Design and photographed by Hey!
Located near Kiev, Ukraine, this home boasts a creative and effective 105 square meter floor plan to accommodate a family with one young child and one infant.
Sometimes it’s hard to find inspiration for simple interior design. When you’re working with a limited color palette or a spare furniture theme, every element makes a huge impression – one little detail can make or break the design.
Even dedicated connoisseurs with fully equipped wine cellars or refrigerators still need an attractive way to keep a few choice bottles within reach.
Many successful artists and designers draw on the past for their innovative breakthroughs, and this principal certainly extends to interior decor too.
Even though these two single story homes only have 80 square meters of floor space, they feel much more spacious.
Apartments are not known for their spaciousness – inner-city locations, compact-living and budget-friendly spaces are more their forte.
Yellow is a bold design choice, but it’s popular in adventurous kitchens for a good reason – it’s a cheerful color full of energy and optimism, associated with cleanliness and freshness.
Cutting boards definitely say a lot about their owners. From the tradition of heirloom butcher’s blocks to the practicality of lightweight modern designs, it feels like this indispensable kitchen tool is a strong form of expression in its own right.
This beautiful pair of apartments may be on the smaller side, but their layouts are super smart! Each one clocks in at less than 40 square meters of floor space, yet they make the most of their compact layouts by striking the perfect balance between openness and functionality.
Black and white interiors are an easy way to create contrast within a space. Linked to silver screen icons Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Charlie Chaplin, using black and white in your home or office can have the effect of old-world glamour – or a home lacking imagination.
Exterior home visualisation is often the domain of photographers or architects. The segue between the external and internal spaces, and any abstract artistic interplay between them, is often left out of the puzzle.
Grey-based palettes are wonderfully flexible. They can reflect cool hues or warm, they can adapt to industrial interiors or smooth modern styles, they can be a tool of expression for the minimalist and the artist alike.
Planters are so much fun! They’re just the perfect combination of interior decor and low-maintenance gardening, easy to incorporate just about anywhere that needs a splash of greenery.
Half the allure of modern work is a gorgeous office – wide, open-paned, light – a great space for thinking.