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  1. Neutral Bay House by Greg Natale Design

    Every opportunity to capture light has been maximized in this four-storey Sydney Harbourside modern residence. Designed by Greg Natale Design, the white palette reflects and emphasises this, with different finishes adding detail – the panelling in kitchen cabinetry, the pattern of marble in a bathroom, a subtle geometric bedroom wallpaper, a patterned armchair. Against that, pops of indigo, plum and violet add intensity. Angles and organics bring balance to the design, while narrow black lines appear throughout, in chair and table legs, mirror frames, a rug, lamp bases and light fittings, acting like elegant frames that highlight the houses incredible view […] Read more

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  2. Tips to Make Your Room Bigger and Brighter

    Its always a good idea to decorate your living room with color. This room is the place where your family gathers and where you spend time with guests so its great when its bright and happy. Such room will energize everyone with a good mood. It isn't hard to make the living room bright and colorful. You can use prints, fabrics, furniture, wallpapers and other objects of decor to achieve your goal. Even one or two bright objects are enough to make a bold statement in a neutral colored room. We’ve gathered for you as many examples of such rooms as possible. We hope you will find some inspiration and ideas in these cool living rooms. Enjoy this collection of inspiring bright / light-filled living rooms featuring nice design furniture and decor […] 

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  3. Barrio East Bar: Colourful Quirky Interiors And Delicious Cocktails

    The party atmosphere of Latin America has burst into London due to Dtwo design studio that completed the project of Barrio East in 2012. After visiting Buckingham Palace and London Bridge, you can take one hour break in a location where Latin spirit feels among quirky colors, fantastic lighting items, inspiring mosaics and king size leather sofas. The 500-capacity space was divided into 3 separate areas: Barrio Downtown, Barrio Uptown and La Boca Barrio. Barrio Downtown is at the front, with a long red ribbon-like bar decorated with colorful tiling, alongside The Timber Yard lounge area where people can relax in booth seating carved out of stacks of timber. Further back is La Boca, a more club-like space inspired by the colourful neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. Expect unique hideaways and hangouts in every corner, p

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  4. 10 Relaxing Living Rooms with Gorgeous and Modern Sofas

    When you visit someone’s home, one of the first place you will usually be welcomed is the living room.  If you could only choose one room in your home to put your heart and soul into designing, the living room would top the list. It’s that treasured space that sets the tone for your entire decorating style. For today, we gathered a little over 10 relaxing living rooms with gorgeous and modern sofas. From vivid interiors invaded by color, to simple but highly functional decors, these living rooms all have a strong visual effect. Sofas cozy enough for friend gatherings, reading corners, traditional fireplaces, royal pendant lamps, colorful pillows, guitars and pianos are just a few of the elements animating these lovely cribs. No matter what their size, they all feature large windows and beautiful flower arrangements. Enjoy these living rooms that take this modern space an

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  5. Merricks House by Robson Rak Architects

    Merricks House, a 10-acre farm located in Merricks North, near Melbourne, Australia, was designed by Robson Rak Architects. The home is built on a horizontal orientation, emphasizing width instead of height, which creates a sense of refreshing amplitude. The initial brief for the house was for a simple rectangular box with symmetrical spaces. The objective being for the creation of order and symmetry to simplify ones life. In addition to this there was to be no direct harsh light into the house; just a natural glow of light throughout. The Plane tree outside the master bedroom to the south determined the planning and position of the house. The master bedroom was centered off this tree and the house and its zones extend to the west from here. The parents zone to the east, consists of a master bedroom, walk in robe, ensuite, and study space. The study can be accessed directly from outside an

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  6. Luxurious Resort At Kura Design Villas, Costa Rica

    Prepare for an experience like no other! Breath-taking views and charming interiors make the villas of the Kura Resort in Uvita de Osa, Costa Rica some of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. Project of architect Martin Wells and biologist Alejandra Umana, the luxurious villas feature modern interiors and many entertainment facilities, making any vacation memorable. For those who need extreme privacy, Infinity Villas in Kura Luxurious Resort offer elite, isolated locations for romance and relaxation. The extra-wide terraces make these havens ideal for couples seeking to absolutely retreat and immerse themselves in the finest amenities […] Read more

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  7. Airbnb Most Desirable Property Listing Worldwide: Secluded Intown Treehouse

    Secluded Intown Treehouse is a unique lodging option located in Buckhead, just a few minutes from Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The treehouse consists of a suite of three interconnected rooms, spectacularly surrounded by lush trees and set to look like a fairytale.Centrally located within the heart of intown Atlanta, the treehouses are a hidden gem. The subject of numerous TV and magazine features (including Treehouse Masters: Ultimate Treehouse IV), they are often described as being the most relaxing, romantic, dreamy and unique place you will ever stay […] Read more

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  8. Modern Luxury Interior Design in India: Ridgewood by GA Design

    Ridgewood by GA Design is apartment with a modern luxury interior design, and it can be found in India, within a suburb of Mumbai called Jogeshwari. The abode impresses with a light, airy and sophisticated look that was achieved with the help of numerous glass features complemented by white walls and sheer curtains. The primary color palette is based on shades of gray, orange and white. The living room is the main social area within the apartment and impresses with a white L-shaped sofa, a fluffy white carpet and a large flat-screen TV. Highlights include a master bedroom with a glass wardrobe, a study with a glass wall, Satuario floor tiles, elegant accessories and exclusive wallpaper. The light fixtures are black for a touch of contrast while the furnishings such as the dining table chairs or kitchen cabinetry flaunt orange shades that immediately catch the eye [&h

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  9. Modern Teenage Bedroom by Adoro Design

    bedroom for a teenager usually requires huge resources of energy and creativity. They want to impress and nothing can cease their attempt to create extraordinary worlds. Bold colours such as turquoise, red, green or black are always on the list because they enliven the space, making the owner feel confident and adventurous. Secondly, hobbies play an essential role: you will discover memories or symbols of their preferences everywhere in the bedroom. Like in the one we want to present you today, realised by Bulgarian studio Adoro Design. The project meets the needs of an energetic boy, who loves football, cars and skateboard. As you can easily notice, two distinct functions coexist in this bedroom: sleeping and working. The bed – one single item with storage available underneath – was installed near the door. In front of it, a desk with a ch

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  10. Playing With Geometric Patterns In A Contemporary Apartment

    Patterns are dynamic, catchy and very stylish. When you do not know how to improve the aesthetic of your home, you can rely on them. From all the methods designers embrace to make interiors creative and welcoming, geometric patterns are the easiest to approach. Spotted on ts-design.ru, the apartment below proves it wholeheartedly. Tiles, carpets, paintings, and decorative wallpapers – they all share the enthusiasm of playing with geometric pattern. When mixing them, pay attention to colors and textures. Here, a hot blue sofa dominates the living room and an interesting visual correspondence was created between the floor and the wall behind it. A so-called optical illusion drawing in yellow, blue and grey complements with the neutral patterned carpet, making the interior feel energetic and lively.

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