10 interiors that showcase the best interior design and décor!
Though many people may find it confusing, but there an obvious and very firm difference between interior design and decoration. While the former focuses on a more inherently linked aspect of design connected with the architecture of the building itself, the latter is more about the superficial aspect of the actual décor – accessorizing, if you will. So today, let’s look at a few interiors that have the best of both these worlds.
This interior is most inherently linked to function and pragmatism, so its design follows the same lead. T is essentially a cat friendly interior, so the running bars and climbing slats are all a part of the pragmatism. But the décor is also pretty relative – take the kitty themed clock and stickers printed on the feature walls – and in this way, both come together to offer a better design.
Gold and Whites
While the furniture itself is the most integral part of interior design, its upholstery and accessories fall firmly into the décor category. This combination of color and contrast has to be carefully interlinked with the design to create a relative ambiance.
Of paintings and sheets
This nifty little study room may be designed on the idea minimalism, but its décor is pretty contemporary. The stark contrast of the painting and bed sheet to the lightness of the oak wood make for a brilliant interior.
Mirrors and Polka Dots
This sweet little interior has all the best elements of both design and décor. While the whites have been integrated through paint, the reinforcement of the color scheme through careful contrast has been carried out by the small décor elements a la cushions, frames and looking mirrors.
Levels and Lights
This simple but uniquely attractive interior uses expert design elements and complements it with strategically placed decoration elements. The levels and lighting along with the expert sourcing of materials make this a beautifully alluring interior.
Chandeliers and Rope Lights
Perhaps one of the greatest décor features that merge with the actual designs, the chandeliers and rope lighting in this interior scheme are the actual face makers of this design concept.
Of tallness and fixtures
More often than not, a tall interior setting can leave the design a bit flat, but this one, combined with the power of beautiful décor, manages to stand on its own.
Of small spaces
This particular interior design uses the spatial composition in favor of the design elements and tops it off with simple, but necessary decoration.
Too much, too little
While small scale interiors need thoughtful design integration, it is the meandering quality of the décor that sets this interior apart.
Open and large
This interior merges design and décor, and gives it that certain panache by opening up the floor plan to highlight both in the best possible way.