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.

Extra color accents spice up the kitchen. Red and pink join the other colors to create an even more diverse theme, bringing a playful character to an otherwise all-wood kitchen design.Looking to make a big impression with contemporary interior colors? These distinctive homes feature unique color palettes sure to ...
Let's start with a black and white home that tends toward the darker side. This home concept avoids middle grayscale tones within the overarching theme and instead uses them as subtle accents whenever possible. Even the artwork features a stark transition between dark and light – and the same goes for most of the furniture. Light gray stripes on the rolling shades offer the only variation from this angle.It's hard to go wrong with simple black and white - but these interiors show how to do this modernistic style just right.
This casual dining/writing table is the perfect height to hide behind the sofa. It's made from a similar wood as the floor for an ultra-cohesive aesthetic.Ready to embrace neutrals? These gray-themed interiors offer plenty of design inspiration.

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Designed for a young woman, this interior is defined by its smart layout and expertly framed zones. Within 26 square meters, the requirements included a kitchen that feels independent, a spacious wardrobe, and a workable office space. Here you can see the office taking up residence tucked beneath the television, and the transparent Louis Ghost Chair by Phillipe Starck ensures the view goes without obstruction.Small floor plans require ingenious solutions - and these 4 compact homes offer plenty of ideas.
The living areas revolve around a central kitchen, barely visible to the right. Open design allows for a greater feeling of connectedness between residents.These playful Scandinavian-inspired homes offer plenty of creative Nordic decor inspiration.
The floor lamp to the far left is from the Balloons collection by Dan Yeffet and Lucie Koldova.Don't be afraid of the dark - these modern interiors show how fabulous dark colors can be.
Inspiring exposed concrete walls and contemporary furniture create an interesting counterbalance to the traditional wooden rafters above (and keep an eye on the ceiling throughout the rest of this home for some serious ceiling envy). This space takes advantage of a little white paint to brighten the concrete walls to the right.These 5 homes feature concrete walls in a variety of styles. Get your wall inspiration fix here!
Rich goldenrod makes up the majority of this interior decor theme, with a few touches of red and orange sprinkled about for emphasis. So many people are afraid to decorate with yellow because it's usually visualized as a bold color but this subdued hue shows that yellow can be just as relaxing and as stylish as anything else. This apartment fits within a reasonable 73-square-meter floor plan, which may have influenced the choice of such a calm shade of yellow since lower-saturation choices tend to embrace mismatched tones whereas higher saturations are slightly less adaptable.Open layouts need a unifying decor theme - these 3 homes demonstrate the versatility of yellow.

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This first home features white painted brick with very crisp horizontal lines. The neatness of this brick is one of this home's most hard-to-recreate features. A concrete ceiling and light wood floors contribute to the light and welcoming aesthetic, with energetic orange accents for personality and charm.Embrace your original brick walls with design ideas from these inspirational exposed brick lofts.
Let's begin our exploration of yellow decor with an especially strong example. This artistic home features smartly-arranged yellow accessories, a great way to spice up the gray sofa and open kitchen shelves. The painting ties the theme together.Need a new accent color? These modern yellow accent living room designs might convince you to take yellow decor for a spin.
And here's the same view, where mauve pillows replace the white ones.Small homes can look bigger with space-saving furniture and smart organization.
The first apartment creates a classic look with only the most modern materials and furnishings, a difficult feat to accomplish but executed perfectly here. An interesting layout allows the living spaces to feel cozy and intimate despite the scale of the space, and made even cozier by the addition of warm wood tones to the mostly gray and white color theme.Neutral colors can create warm and sophisticated interiors with the help of rich textural materials.
Last – yet perhaps most distinctive of them all – a loft style home build within a ground level townhouse. This clash of cultures manifests itself through contrasting interior materials – and the surprising erasure of division between the highly modern interior and expansive lawns outdoors.These modern homes share two contrasting features: concrete ceilings and wood floors.

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Topped with overhead storage, the cantilever desk seems like a great place to study and play.This pair of modern two-bedroom homes offers family-friendly design ideas with minimalist appeal.
And here is the same kitchen, visualized with a softer palette of rose-tinted wood. The furniture and decorations remain largely the same but the curvaceous touches seem to make a world of difference. This version might even be considered to sit more on the Art Nouveau side, especially with the addition of a flowery ring chandelier.One luxurious home, two approaches to modern Art Deco design inspiration.
Both the table mat and the utility cart are from IKEA as well, from the PANNÅ and RASKOG lines respectively. This angle also reveals the oh-so-subtle textural treatment applied to the white walls on the right.These modern apartments make the most of their black and white decor by incorporating an abundance of art – paintings, sculptures,...
Magnificent lighted panels create an immediate impression in the bedroom.Geometric decor themes are modern, fun, and easy to adapt - even in small apartments!
This next home was renovated to suit the needs of a young family with two children. The owners desired open public spaces to improve family interactivity, especially between the living room and the kitchen. Alternatively, private spaces were added to provide quiet and concentration for specific tasks.Explore two luxurious homes incorporating modernist interior trends with Asian design influences.

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Seamless glass walls offer a clear look at the impressive spiral staircase in the center of the structure. Another class-encased void to the left reveals a vine-covered tree providing a gorgeous focal point.These three modern homes demonstrate different ways to make luxurious floor-to-ceiling windows an integral part of an interior des...
A dark drop ceiling defines the kitchen space – here, wood furniture takes the spotlight with a large slab table and matching cabinetry.See how these stylish homes use similar natural materials and neutral colors to achieve two very different looks.
An overhead view reveals the layout to be compact and efficient, using blocks of gray to delineate each area according to function. Dark colors grouped with dark colors create a sense of intimacy and closeness – an impressive feat considering the scale and openness of the layout. The protruding volume of the accent wall separates it from the rest of the space.These modern homes show the playful side of gray interior color palettes.
chic brick accent wallTextured walls are finally fashionable again, but exposed brick never went out of style - these homes demonstrate how to use brick...
Designed by Iryna Dzhemesiuk, this Tel Aviv apartment features a warm and comfortable living room decorated with soft textures that beckon the viewer to reach out and touch them. From fuzzy wool to unfinished concrete, this space mixes and matches tactile experiences to make every square meter unique in its own right.These modern apartments demonstrate two different ways to use texture in interior design - one features a soft and comfortable app...

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Cantilever side tables slide under the sofa for a space-saving and extra-functional touch. The entire living space is tied together by a cozy black rug so the feet can hit something a little warmer than marble after spending an evening curled up with a book.Dark interior design can be lively, welcoming, and extremely luxurious - as demonstrated by three exciting apartments with enviabl...
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