A Nordic interior is usually characterized by the black and white color scheme, minimalist interior and sometimes shabby chic details. This Stockholm apartment is right one of these. Simple and chic Nordic style is inspiring, timeless, with well-defined lines. Look: the style chosen is minimalist with industrial touches; here the black and white scheme is rarely diversified with the help of light gray, beige and natural wood. White walls throughout the apartment give a light and airy feeling and together with black furniture they create a perfect balance. Strong contrasts attract attention and they are softened with natural wood pieces and light gray accessories. The terrace is on the contrary very colorful, and if the owners crave some color, they may go there.
Rainbow house it is, and the line that runs across the apartment might bring us back to the restaurant design we’ve previously featured not too long ago, can you tell which one it is? This apartment interior is located in Hong Kong and very much one colorful apartment design. The designer of this cheerful apartment is Max Lam. Max is also Chief Designer of Moderne. This modern flat apartment interior design was inspired from a rainbow where we often see after the rain.
Felipe Hess is a young architect has recently begun his solo career and this apartment in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is one of his first projects. The interior is a reinterpretation of traditional style in a modern way with some industrial touches. The furniture and especially the storage solutions remind of the mid-century style; the frame for it is white walls and natural wood floors. Some walls are done in rough concrete or brick, also painted white; big windows bring much light in. The space turned out to be very inviting, calm and airy, bravo to the young professional!
A great interior design renovation and refurbishment has been created by people at BAKOKO, an international design studio based in Tokyo, Japan. The designers have transformed this small 400 sq. ft typical ‘mansion’ apartment on the outskirts of Tokyo into their new home.
The transformation of this typical ‘mansion’ apartment on the outskirts of Tokyo demonstrates the adaptability of Japan’s post-war housing stock for providing affordable accommodation to the next generation of city dwellers.
Guided by the idea of a clean, bright, modern home that serves as a place to work and a place to rest, Townsend and Ohtsuki from BAKOKO have created this modern-minimal flat with an optimum use of space. What makes the Matsudo mansion really unique are the small luxurious details – things such as the tatami mat rest area, the Hinoki wood decking in the bathroom and the kitchen’s overhead garden make this contemporary home stand out. Two of the central doors slide apart to reveal a hot pink desk as well as a full length mirror. The key to the live/work lifestyle is being able to shut one’s work away and out of sight at the end of a hectic day.
The tatami area is not only a space for meditation, occasional dining, and entertaining. Come bedtime, a futon can be unfolded from the closet, thus saving space. The illuminated box along one wall holds nighttime reading material and doubles as a reading light and bedside table. The timber ’sonoko’ (decking) and bathtub surround are made from Hinoki wood.
A great luxurious Russian hill apartment interior decorating design ideas designed by Zack|de Vito Architecture giving a classic, some ethnic and contemporary interior design in every corner of it’s rooms. This luxurious apartment located on 19th floor apartment in San Francisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood, with an area of 3,400 sq. ft.
This beautiful apartment has a unique classic, contemporary and ethnic character through the choice of classic and simple wooden furnitures, a couple of contemporary and ethnic accessories and also the wall color scheme, as can be seen in it’s work space, hall interior design, bedroom and also the kitchen. The blend has indeed create an amazing unique character into the rooms.
That’s an apartment interior design inspiration for minimalist lover, the apartment that located in Midtown Manhattan is decorated by Christopher Coleman. I like this interior, it’s clean with natural lighting and have an awesome color combination. In the living room you can see white comfortable sofa with blue pillow. The best places that very interested me about this modern minimalist apartment interior is the bar kitchen with its eye catching design looks because it has very unique design. It was so original. For the modern office room interior, it’s simple but looking luxurious and elegant with orange and white combination. I am sure if you walk around there, this cool chic minimalist apartment interior design will attract you and transform your tought from a classic interior lover to be a modern minimalist lover.
The Designers try to optimize the function of each part of the apartment, such as function space, materials and furniture partitions, to accommodate all the activities of the owner.
Changes in the upper extreme is the bathroom while changing the standard brick wall partitions into a glass without opaque to translucent frame to give guests privacy.
Interior uses frameless mirror as a complement to the wall on the side of the wall in the dining room to double the size of the visual space which we also put on the dinner table that hung by a steel structure hidden behind a mirror panel.
The dining room is designed as a favorite room for the owners to entertain their guests are extended with a small sitting room. This area is connected to bedroom through the sliding door are hidden. Use of this door is to make the space more efficiently.
Throughout the “bridge” from the dining room to the bedroom, placed a glass panel wardrobe with sliding doors to eliminate the narrow space in the corridor.
Material color combination of white oak wood veneer as integrated as wall panels and furniture in maple wood color and white.
On the floor using maple wood parquette combined with concrete in open areas as a connecting statement between the dining room and bedroom space Continue reading
Everybody knows who Donna Karan is. It’s a woman who built her enormous fashion empire in less than a decade on one extraordinarily simple idea: If she needs a particular item of clothing – a bodysuit, a wrap skirt, a chiffon blouse, a longer jacket – then every other woman needs it, too. Donna Karan’s Manhattan apartment is decorated in Zen style. “New York City inspires and fuels everything I do,” says Donna Karan. Minimal in structural and decorative elements, the space has just enough layered textiles and organic elements to create an inviting space for private or more public and social gatherings. The black and white color palette provides a modern and sleek backdrop for the more personally captured moments selected and learning in clustered frames. I like the simple colors and furniture; it’s a feeling like we are in the East. Serving as resting spot for collected artifacts, sitting mats, or even as a step into the next room – it creates a modern line visual and acts a multifunctional design form.
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Luxurious, modern and elegant apartment design. This place is designed no other thing than for pure comfortness. You can feel the blend of luxury, moderns and elegance in this apartment by Stanic Harding. This apartment comes with perfect combination of luxury, moderns and elegance to express comfortness. A combination of light color and dark color are presented for enjoying beautiful natural landscape through the wide door glasses in one of its living room. And yet it’s still doesn’t ignore the beauty of its surrounding environment by installing this wide window glasses. The white-cream color are the major color chosen for the furniture and background theme color to give wide sensation. This is such comfortable and luxurious apartment to live within.
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An extravagant holiday apartment interior design located in Miami with beautiful panoramic views overlooking the Atlantic ocean views through the opening windows. The apartment’s floor is made from bamboo to add an tropical, exotic touch to the overall look. The entry room is the great example of symmetry with antique carpet and big chandelier in the middle. The guest room has big glass wall with Atlantic ocean at the other side. It’s full of contemporary furniture with addition of two ancient chairs and two Oscar statues. The apartment is great example of how different styles can live together and produce extravagant look.