The most expensive homes need, of course, the most luxurious pieces of exclusive furniture. The interior of your dream home must go with the opulence of the exterior, if not be even more opulent, for it is inside that true confort and exclusivity must be.
So I decided to share with you via Pinterest furniture art created by some of my favourite brands,with which I have worked with in my most important interior design projects. They all have diferent concepts but one thing in common – amazing design!
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Let’s get one thing clear. Having a home full of things doesn’t mean good decor, style and wealth.This is a thought of the past.
Sometimes, more isn’t good, especially in your home.That’s why a style has emerged and collect some followers: minimalism.
What consist minimalism? Having less stuff in your home so that you can have a more organized and clean look. Don’t think that a minimalist house has only a chair in a room. It’s about having the perfect amount of things to have a beautiful space.
Quality is important, not quantity.
A contemporary minimalist cabin isn’t the norm for winter digs, but this Moscow residence is a beautiful representation and a place we’d surely like to stay. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Amirko created this concept for beautiful wall colors that can be rotated out as much, if not more than your own outfits with almost infinite combinations. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Many city dwellers salivate over the prospect of living in an urban loft. Perhaps it’s because they often offer better views, or perhaps ,it’s because finding large space in a city is increasingly hard to come by.
This urban lofts are characterized to being sleek, hip and often the venue of the hottest parties in any given city.
But,how do you make these spaces feel more like home and less, well, industrial?
Divide up the home.
One of the advantages to living in a loft is having plenty of wide open space – but sometimes there needs to be a few parameters to make your space feel more organized.
Instead of setting up walls, section off “rooms” with double-sided bookcases and folding screens. This way you can enjoy the comfort of individual rooms without the boundaries of floor-to-ceiling walls.
Next, balance out the cold, industrial feel of your urban loft by using plenty of soft, cozy materials such as long, sheer flowing curtains, giant area rugs and sectional sofas piled with plush throw pillows, and wall tapestries to add life to the bare brick and mortar.
Lighting. Most industrial lofts boast huge windows that provide plenty of natural light throughout the day, so don’t cover them! Instead, utilize this free source of light. For nighttime use, decorate your loft with plenty of soft lighting to counteract the harsh design of the building. Asian-style paper lamps and chandeliers will help to brighten your large space and add a friendly, homey atmosphere to even the barest of urban lofts.
A gorgeous Japanese home with a neutral palette and beautiful tall ceilings in the hills above Sapporo, Japan. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]