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.

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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bright and colorful modern living roomPop art, romanticism, impressionism and more - this home is an art collector's dream.
Lush greenery and luxurious materials demonstrate the sophisticated side of dark decor. Black walls and furniture step into the background so that showy pieces – like the marble media wall and the dazzling dining room chandeliers – can take center stage. The designers used rich color and unexpected patterns to express the personality of the owner so that every room tells a unique story.A dark interior can bring out the best of an accent color's personality.
This lovely interior stays true to the fundamentals of Nordic design with simple forms, bright surfaces, and a casual yet coordinated feel. But it also challenges many preconceived notions found in the magazines, forgoing minimalism in favor of curated ornament and bright colors – it's a more realistic reflection of everyday decor in the north, and the result really feels like home.Find versatile Nordic design inspiration within these cheerfully vibrant interiors.
Finally, Sierra Leona – this lovely residence offers the perfect architectural compromise between the streamlined forms of the first home and the boldness of the second. The construction builds up from the center of the plot, surrounded by a paved courtyard (featured here) and a spacious garden in the back.Moody lighting, lush greenery, and smart materials make these Modernist homes irresistible.
Here's a home with an even more modernized style. This delightful space is the work of Hangzhou-based designer Xiang Chen for a new project in Nanjing. This home feels bright and spacious despite its modest floor plan – it's more minimalist than the previous home, but the magic is in the details.These modern Chinese homes blend contemporary and classical elements.

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Grey floors, curtains, and sofa set the decor theme against a backdrop of rich wood grain. A leather chair and marble countertop contribute to a luxurious aesthetic, while starburst pendant lights invoke magical modern inspiration. This open layout is certainly inspiring – especially for those who have an eye for detail.Wood and grey make a great color combination for a laidback interior theme.
Welcome to the Land of Ooo! Adventure Time fans are sure to recognize Finn and Jake, and later, Lady Rainicorn. Its bright pink and yellow color theme energizes the room, an atmosphere guests can appreciate even if they've never watched the cartoon.Planning a big redesign? Which style will you choose? Get ideas from these unique homes.
This small apartment definitely doesn't shy away from the adventure of a bold decor theme. Violet, lavender, and bright fire engine red define the interior – thanks to careful decorating techniques. Bright colors are difficult to work into a constricted space. So even if you don't personally love the colors, the composition techniques are still worth studying.Some great options for small spaced apartments that show off their flair.
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.

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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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