Here you will find designs classified according to their style. Classic, Modern, Contemporary, Country, French style, Italian, Spanish, Oriental, Chinese, Japanese, well… you get the drift.

This home is located in Krakow proper. Its modern high-contrast interior adopts a much stricter aesthetic, almost minimalist in its focus. Black and white make up the foundation of the color scheme but middling greys and browns help to soften the look.Simplicity rules these homes. Find your neutral color palette inspiration right here.
Located in Taipei, Taiwan, this apartment simplifies its interior to the most basic elements in order to stretch its 22 square meter layout. The ceilings reach 3.3 meters in height – somewhat low compared to other interiors with mezzanine levels but more than enough for this designer to work with. The resident (a frequent traveler) required ample storage for clothes and books along with wide-open space for exercise, which the designers accommodated without sacrificing any of the essential amenities of home.Lofted bedrooms and offices make these tiny studio apartments feel much larger than they really are.
This stylish living room is made up of two parts-the living space and the dining space. The metal pendents above the dining table zone it as a different space and so does the platform. The green wall matches the greenery in the corner.These 3 colorful apartments are cozy and homey even though they use bright colors in their designs. Don't think green walls can be...

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This spacious semi-studio apartment makes a bold statement through simple lines and smooth curves, especially regarding the artistic modern furniture. Although spare in terms of ornament, the living room centers on a single amazing portrait attributed to a Dutch Golden Age painter named Salomon Mesdach – its traditional style updated with a gorgeous circular form. The emphasis on geometry and simplicity definitely lends itself well to the Suprematist revival style.Soviet aesthetic influence meets modern minimalism in these fabulous apartments in Kiev.
This cottage-inspired Scandinavian home includes traditional elements next to sleek modern influences. Distressed wood floors immediately set the scene as a chic and casual style, with patterned pillows to up the sense of playfulness. On the other hand, the typographic decor and bold contemporary lighting bring the entire interior back up-to-date.Nordic interior inspiration with geometric decor, pastel color palettes, and beautiful traditional Scandinavian furniture.
Visualized by Denis Bespalov, this loft uses sunny yellow to add a pop of color to the space. Concrete walls and floors are warmed up by natural wood cabinets in the kitchen and bookshelves.These 3 lofts have a lot in common. From the wide open floor plans to the use of concrete, anyone who enjoys industrial design wou...
Two very different types of gardens spice up the interior. Behind the sofa, a variety of aquatic plants provides a comfortable habitat for the vibrant fish within.Houseplants are wonderful, but vertical gardens take indoor greenery to the next level.
tiny studio apartment layout inspirationThese small apartments don't shy away from bold decor - these feature geometric, industrial, and modern themes.

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A bright and open floor plan is the perfect setting for the modern Scandinavian style. This room welcomes both a family room and an in-home office.Here are 2 beautiful homes that are defined by modern Scandinavian style. Think bright colors, simple lines, environmental element...
Dramatic panels give this loft interior a very cohesive aesthetic from top to bottom. It's natural, warm, and has a distinctive vintage undertone that really brings out the best of its modern side. An ultra-functional furniture arrangement ensures that the residents are able to work and play without obstruction – just as if it were a conventional apartment.Find small space inspiration with these lofted bedrooms, offices, and home libraries. Some even include floor plans!
A 49-metres-squared loft in Kiev by Ivan Yunakov (http://yunakovdesign.com) also uses signature shades to create harmony in cosy spaces. High-ceilinged brick and panelled wood fixtures afford the height for long-lined doors, which are stretched horizontally by similar-shaped benches. A turquoise couch with electric blue suede single seats offer seats to look at bauble lighting, the only rounded fixture in the room.International examples of home decor that use colour-blocking, a trend in small spaces which creates space where there was little ...
At this angle, you can see into the entire living space of this home designed by M3 Architecture. The white walls are broken up with the grey couch and taupe curtain dividers.When it comes to minimalistic aesthetics, these three homes define the style. Simple lines and lots of white make these homes a wo...
red and grey bedroom for two kidsIntricate wall panels and surprising decorations infuse this modern home with a classic charm.
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