Everyone can follow in the vein of chic modernism or elegant contemporary designs, but very few have the guts to pull off and even enjoy a little bit of quirky in their home aesthetics. Such outgoing interior designs may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but they definitely can be charming if you know how to execute them properly. So if you’re looking for something a little bold and different, here are 5 amazing inspirations for you.
1. The hot pink and disco ball combo
One glance at this image, and you can tell that this particular interior design may be an acquired taste – but that doesn’t stop you from taking a second look and appreciating all the bold details. From the hot pink door to the rough exposed brick feature wall and even the dancing disco ball inspired light, everything has an extremely retro-pop look that keeps the eye totally engaged.
2. With bold lines and colors
This interior design showcases a design that is pretty bold with respect to lines and colors. Mauve is not usually the first choice of color for the clients, but there is no doubt that it has a very royal appeal that catches the eye and makes the space look very grand at the same time. For anyone who wants a little bit of eccentric in their home interiors, this is the perfect inspiration.
3. Understated bright
This bedroom interior design is unique because it features a very distinctive color scheme. The plum colored accent wall is a complete contrast against the wood and black high-gloss laminates that make up the wardrobe design. it’s a very custom combination that end up making the space seem extremely individual and attractive.
4. Workstations at home
This home office is designed partially for personal entertainment and partially as an office workstation. It’s a pretty sweet set-up; one that allows you to work and play at the same time. After all, the old adage must be true: all work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.
5. A unique backdrop
The kind of color backdrop that you select for your interior designs set the mood for the entire space. You might not notice this because usually these colors are subtle, but this image shows a bold exposed brick combination that has become the even-toned backdrop to this purple themed interior design. It’s different and unique, and the whole setting works despite all the tonal differences.