Creating your dream home can be challenging, whether it’s only a few small changes or a radical transformation. From the kitchen and living room to bedrooms and bathrooms, it’s important to find the right balance between simple elegance and creativity. Coordinating the material and color palette or adding some artistic touches that represent your style and interests can also complicate this task. Here you can find some of the most inspiring interior design ideas, taken from the various projects we’ve featured over the years. Completed by award-wining designers and architects, these projects aee all special.
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Minimalist interiors that put the focus on the craft of baking. Located in the Østerbro district, Copenhagen, Juno the Bakery is an award-winning company that has recently opened a new site just two doors away from their original shop. The interior architecture division of design studio Frama’ completed the design ...
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APPEARS INAnna Positano
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A series of mesmerizing paintings that explore layers of movement. Born in 1989 in London, England, and now based in New York City, Joe Henry Baker is a versatile creative who works across a wide range of disciplines, from painting and sculpture to furniture and graphic design. His abstract artworks are both enigmatic and simple; ethereal and raw; personal yet universal. Using fabric ...
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A modern and multi-functional wood-fired grill. Created by Kyoto-based designer Seiki Ishii of Seiki Design Studio, the BBQ&co grill brings modern, minimalist style to outdoor spaces like terraces, balconies, and gardens. This wood-fired grill may focus on functi...
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An ingenious shelving system with a modular design. Designed and made by Danish brand Moebe, the Shelving System provides a clever solution to create a custom storage unit for any space. The design combines a modular build with a timeless aesthetic and a creative connecting system that put a focus on simplicity. Instead of metal hardware, the Moebe Shelving System has solid oak wedges...
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[dropcap]A[/dropcap] celebration of the beauty of simplicity, minimalism is incredibly popular in the world of architecture, interior design, and product design. However, it’s not a recent trend. One could say it began as a reaction – and rejection – of the colorful ‘80s. Yet minimalist design, if defined as a style that explores essential forms and clean lines, goes much further back than that...
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The enduring influence of Finnish design [dropcap]F[/dropcap]inland declared its independence in 1917, began industrialization relatively late - in the early ‘50s, and currently has a population of only around 5.5 million people. Seen in this context, the impact of Finnish design on architecture, industrial design, glassware, textile design, and handicrafts is even more remarkable. Ic...
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A concrete house nestled in a natural landscape at the edge of a national park. [dropcap]L[/dropcap]ocated at the edge of the Carugo municipality in the picturesque region of Brianza, Italy, Casa ELL makes a lasting impression with its brutalist
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This house, located in the suburban area of North Kanto in the Saitama Prefecture in Japan, aims to reconcile the need for unique design and the convenience of prefabricated materials. Even though they are cheaper, increasingly more widespread, but also more practical and faster to build than traditional houses, prefabricated homes are still not completely embraced by the older or the younger g...
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A federation-style Melbourne house, renovated and extended with a garden pavilion. Located in Fairfield, Melbourne, this house is a great example of federation-style architecture, prevalent in Australia from the late 19th to the early 20th century. Oscar Sainsbury Architects (OSA) renovated the building and also expa...
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A minimal cluster house in a beautiful landscape. [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen it doesn’t design creative lamps, minimalist tea kettles, or elegant bath accessories, Danish studio Norm Architects creates stunning dwellings that showcase the best of Scandinavian design. Located north of Oslo, Gj...
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A charming house that celebrates a rural setting via thoughtful design. Built in a beautiful area near the Adage river at the borders of the city of Verona, Italy, this gorgeous dwelling marries rustic details and contemporary features in a thoughtful way.
APPEARS INA Country House In Chievo, Italy
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A new furniture brand that brings together the best of Japanese and Danish design. Danish and Japanese design have a lot in common. Both of them favor minimalism, material richness, function, and quality craftsmanship. The new Karimoku Case Study lifestyle brand is the perfect example. Created by Japan’s largest wooden furniture manufacturer
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A popular furniture collection inspired by an error. Designed by Philippe Malouin for New Zealand-based design brand Resident, the successful Offset collection features a creative detail that sets it apart from other furniture designs. The
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A contemporary house designed with pure interiors that remind of a white canvas. Built in an idyllic landscape in the Krkonoše mountains, Czech Republic, this wood-clad house features contemporary and minimalist interiors. Fránek Architects designed ...
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Inspired by pastoral sheds, this Australian farm and home is specially designed to thrive in a beautiful but harsh landscape. [dropcap]D[/dropcap]esigned by architecture firm Partners Hill, Longhouse is a one-of-a-kind farmstead and home. The volume has a low profile and elongated form that reference the pastoral shed vernacular but in a contemporary way. Located in Daylesford, Victor...
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To be successful in architecture can require a great level of patience, as it’s not uncommon for projects to be shelved for years before finally seeing construction finished. In some cases this can be quite extreme, such as Gaudi’s Sagrada Família that’s been under construction since 1882 (and hopes to finish around 2026). One such in-progress project comes in the form of Jim Olson’s Cabin at L...
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An elegant extension and interior redesign focused on welcoming nature inside living spaces. [dropcap]L[/dropcap]ocated in a green area in ‘s Gravenwezel, Belgium, this house lacked a close link to the lush surroundings. The clients hired Antwerp-based studio LOW architecten to redesign the interiors and to add an extension to their family home...
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An artist's studio designed with a great balance between vernacular and contemporary features. Built in the town of Bachte-Maria-Leerne, in Deinze, Belgium, Studio SDS is an artist’s studio and office that joins a series of existing volumes. Graux & Baeyens Architecten designed the new structure with a simple silhouette and an
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A modern rustic design that re-imagines an old barn and farmhouse as a contemporary living space. Located in the village of Isola, Switzerland, Casa ME breathes new life into an old barn. Ruinelli Associati Architetti transformed the building completely to create a modern rustic living space. Apart from converting the agricultur...
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An off-grid dwelling built inside an abandoned stone quarry. [dropcap]F[/dropcap]rom a distance, Ca'n Terra is indistinguishable from the natural landscape of the island of Menorca, Spain. That’s because this dwelling is actually located in an abandoned quarry that dates back to the 1930s. Madrid-based architecture firm
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A charming summer house from 1955 transformed into a comfortable, all-year-round retreat with a rustic character. Nestled on a hillside above Brissago, Switzerland, this rustic house overlooks a picturesque landscape. Architecture firm Studio Inebi renovated the 1955 house completely, upgrading the living spaces to modern living standards while keeping the charming character of the de...
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A simple but ingenious table that keeps items on display or hidden from view. Based in Lille, northern France, design studio More Than Common Sense (MTCS) produces honest and minimalist furniture and home accessories that also have ingenious features. The studio is run by two industrial designers: founder Vincent Claudepierre...
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An ancient building and an old barn transformed into a modern single-family home. Located in the Prosito area, Switzerland, Ca'dal Mantova creates a link between ancient history and contemporary design. The large plot of land included two old buildings; one dating back to the mid-1400s, and the other - a stable - to the early 1900s. While the former incorporated recent additions from ...
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A mid-century modern-inspired lounge chair that is as comfortable and practical as it is stylish. F[dropcap][/dropcap]ollowing on the footsteps of their critically acclaimed Day Bed, Glasgow-based multidisciplinary studio Instrmnt Applied Design (I—AD) - formerly Instrmnt - has launched a new furniture design that blends style a...
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A brutalist house designed with a range of creative details. Dating back to the 1960s, this building in the town of Ivrea, Italy, was completely transformed by architecture firm Archisbang. An excellent example of how stunning brutalist architecture can be, the volume now features a simple rectangular form with asymmet...
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[dropcap]P[/dropcap]erhaps more than other styles, brutalist architecture has the ability to evoke strong emotions. You either love brutalist houses or you hate them; it’s rare to fall somewhere in between or, as an architecture fan, to feel indifferent about brutalism. It’s all about the clean lines, shelter or even bunker-like spaces, textures of concrete, and stark simplicity that leaves arc...
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A line of ultra-minimal furniture for serene living spaces. New York-based Australian designer Ameé Allsop believes in creating products and interiors that evoke a sense of peace. With The Pure Minimalist line, she also explores the simplicity of form in relation with materiality. The
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