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.

Finally, a look at the last home – this one has the most reserved color strategy of them all. The living room basks in its relaxing greyscale color palette, with the only dash of color coming from an unassuming side table near the sofa. This interior proves that even the most utilitarian object can fill an important aesthetic role.These fresh modern homes catch the eye with their bright accent colors.
Let's start with a nice casual style. Matte black walls feel powerful but don't drown out the more subtle brown tones used throughout, making for a nice comfortable place to relax with friends and family.Dark interior palettes and luxury interior design are an inspiring combination.
This living room is a fine example of modern decor within a subtly classic interior. Many of the traditional elements have been updated to suit the home's new aesthetic – for example, the ceiling medallion is painted white, and the wall paneling is only preserved in select places (the grey wall to the extreme right, for example).These two homes transcend design eras by uniting traditional details and contemporary decor.

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The first interior design makes waves with a bold tangerine accent wall – an adventurous style for such a small apartment. Organic decor like floral prints and wicker lights bring a little nature into the interior, a fun contrast to an apartment with otherwise urban and industrial background.See the same interior visualized in two styles - small apartments are versatile too!
Not only is this space incredibly large and imaginative - but the view is a show stopper in itself. We love how every angle of this loft space takes advantage of it, and how the warm spot lighting contrasts against the deep blue sky.A truly extraordinary collection of lofts that explore unconventional concepts.
This home also makes fantastic use of a central bookshelf for subtle division and convenient organization – and it conveniently solves the question of where to hang artwork in such a spacious open plan interior. The bookshelf portion is open to the other side of the room but uses potted plants as a clever shield.These luxury homes use partial dividers to make their open layout living rooms more practical.
The first featured living room is an exceptionally compact design, but the smart layout of the home allows for a comfortable and spacious-feeling atmosphere. It's a bright and cheerful interior, made even more endearing by its careful application of pale yellow accents.Love simple and subdued color themes? Explore these living rooms for palette inspiration.
Bedrooms don't bend to conventionality either. Oversized pendant lights foster a whimsical atmosphere, with classic wooden cabinetry setting a functional and beautiful backdrop.Dark interiors can be dramatic, luxurious, and bold - let these stylish digs guide your next palette.

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This crisp white interior combines organic and industrial materials for the perfect compromise between Scandinavian and urban design. Simple furniture and playful patterns contribute to the sense of wonder, with whimsical details revealing themselves at every turn.These beautiful Scandinavian-inspired interiors are sure to brighten up your day.
At just 44 square meters, this apartment required a very tailored approach to interior decor. Thankfully, the designer bucked the status quo and decided to embrace an eclectic look, featuring a wide variety of textures ranging from modern to regionally inspired and even geometric. Burnt sienna tones bring to mind the rich intensity of spice stands and flaming sunsets, engaging all of the senses with one smart design.These studio apartments aren't afraid to express their own bold and personal styles.
Wood and stone make up the palette sources for this home's beautiful color theme. Both natural elements make an appearance in grand fashion, showing up in the brilliant trim and accent wall combinations. Accents include rich charcoal and a shade that falls between mauve and tan, just enough variation to prevent the interior from looking too stark or minimalistic.Organic accents meet modern neutral backdrops in these five stunning home designs.
This next home makes a dramatic impact right from the beginning, with a verdant vertical garden and lovely wood panels behind integrated storage solutions. Natural materials and concrete walls create a thematic contrast that engages the eye right from the beginning. If you're looking for design inspiration for a small yet luxuriously appointed apartment, it's hard to find an interior more on-point than this one.What if everyday utilities could take the place of decor? These homes show how it's done.
We love the light and dark contrast in this space, as well as the contrast of big the contrast of the thin black lines in the chair and lights with the big bold pieces like the couch and the black accent wall.These four very different spaces celebrate modern minimalism with their own unique twist: from white open spaces to pops of color ...

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Although must lighter than the other homes featured in this post, this space is far from the usual white interior and uses darker grey accents in powerful ways. The color theme is well suited to its uniquely dramatic style, a cross between steampunk and high fantasy, almost monochromatic but certainly not lacking in variety and charm. The space belongs to a collector of bonsai trees and antique maps along with repurposed machine parts.Grey interiors are the flexible choice for the minimalist who wants full aesthetic control.
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