Grey Interior Design In The Modern Minimalist Style

If you love the look of beautifully smooth grey and white interiors as we do, then this is a great set of inspirational home designs for you. Ranging from a dark moody grey apartment, moving through a couple of more balanced schemes and finishing off with a much lighter and brighter example of a space. This spectrum really has something to suit everybody’s grey loving tastes. Each of these four contemporary interiors also follow a minimalist style that fits with a modern lifestyle. Open plan living rooms where a sociable kitchen and dining space overlook a lounge area; serious home offices for working around the clock, large bedrooms and spacious bathrooms.


Visualizer: Dekaa

House interior number one holds an all star grey composition. A cosy yet modern sofa, a soft area rug, curtains and wall paintwork are all smooth shades of grey. The single hued composition could fall flat if not for the purity of white elements that pepper the scene. White decorative vases, scatter cushions and a coffee table tray are all presented as unpatterned accents that lift the scheme by their very simplicity.

 

 

The dining area is also a vision of pure uninterrupted white.

 

A white dining table and dining chairs are situated directly by a white kitchen island. Above the square table, a cluster of suspension dining room pendant lights are coated in black with white interiors, which ties in with the high contrast monochrome scheme. The Flos Aim light has 3 LED light points to brighten the whole dining area.

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Beautiful pictures – wonderful flowers, variety of colors

Beautiful pictures – wonderful flowers, variety of colors

 

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Four Modest Sized Homes Going Big On Style

Never let the modest size of your home restrict your sense of style–someone somewhere must once have said. If they didn’t, then we’ve just said it, right then. So let’s get serious. Serious about the brave punch of style that each of these four little interior designs have whacked into their truly restricted dimensions. From big bright colour pops and large kitsch art prints to oversized statement lighting and expanses of bold patterned tiling, these little gems have got it all and more to boot. Modest room proportions don’t mean that everything in them has to be modestly proportioned! In fact, the designers of these four homes would probably argue quite to the contrary.


Visualizer: Fotis Kazantzidis

Kicking off the small home style scene is this 31 square metre studio apartment in Stockholm, Sweden. Hanging right in the centre like a chic sleek disco ball is a copper orb style pendant shade. The metallic surface reflects the room, creating a smaller skewed version of the furniture, artwork and indoor plants.

 

Beneath the copper lighting is a cluster of gold coffee tables with black glass tops at varying heights. The combination is a glamorous look that goes well with beauty themed artwork and loud animal print cushion.

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It’s Time! Get the Scoop on 2018 Interior Design Trends

2018 interior design trends

It’s time for a sneak a peek at the most anticipated 2018 interior design trends. Image: Stephen Graver Ltd.

It’s that time of year again! The holidays are behind us and now you’re wondering what the new year will bring in terms of new style trends to enjoy. It turns out 2018 will bring big changes. We’re seeing old aesthetics come back into favor and entirely new looks take shape.

If you’re ready to find out about the top 2018 interior design trends, read on. We asked the experts to share their predictions on what’s in and what’s out. Their answers may surprise you.

bold colors

Neutrals are out and bold colors are back in. Image: Taylor + Taylor

Bold colors

“2018 will be about anything but neutral tones. Things are moving in a bold direction. Reds, strong blues and vibrant greens, in particular. People have tired of neutral, sometimes boring palettes.” — Rainey Richardson, Rainey Richardson Interiors

This is officially your incentive to push the boundaries of pattern and color. While neutral shades should still make up a portion of your design, in 2018 it looks like we’ll see them take much more of a background position. You can either go big with statement furniture or use these shades throughout your accessories. In particular, rugs, throw pillows and blankets are a great way to get in on the trend without feeling overly committed.

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Use vintage accessories as conversation pieces. Image: rigby & mac

Vintage accessories

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