5 interiors with interesting layouts
Most contemporary interiors have decidedly predictable furniture layout schemes; only a few manage to shake that up with a bold design choice or intervention. Many of these layouts are unique in an inherent sense – some have eccentric furniture, and some have quirky color schemes. This is mostly carried out in more open floor plans, with more design liberty and choice. Today we will be looking at a few interiors with interesting layouts.
- The kitchen-dining dynamic
Usually, even in open floor plans the kitchen and dining are so typically placed that there’s no charm left in the conventional placement. Dining areas end up sandwiched between the living room and kitchens, acting as blatant middle ground areas. But in the interior below, that dynamic has certainly been shaken up. The open kitchen and dining have been designed in an elongated fashion that works because of the general elongated anatomy of the space itself. The three dimensions of the area have been carefully considered to plan this layout in the most aesthetically and pragmatically forward fashion.
Typical living room formations are all about designing a solid media wall feature, but this living room has been designed in a way that makes it translucent from all sides. Even the back side of the media wall is backlit to reinforce a more unique genre of design. The steel clad vertical bars are also an idiosyncratic design entity that set this particular living room apart from most conventional designs.
The unique thing about this interior layout is its ability to conform to its atypical small space crossroads. The wall and floor space have been designed to create psychological boundaries between all given spaces without actually compromising the integrity of the design.
Very few designers can handle the chamfer – a forty-five degree corner angle in a square room – in a pragmatic fashion. This study room interior makes it a point to align the chamfered part of its walls with the design in a seamless fashion. The bookshelf a la classical style is on point and effectual within the context of the space. Its angular and oblique design formation make this room a blip in the usual design conventions that follow the straight laced study room ideology.
5. Cornered in
Most bedrooms are designed in a way that end up making the bed as the focal point of the layout – which is such an overdone classical technique that contemporary tradition hasn’t quite managed to shake up. The interior below however, manages to do just that with its wall mount bed designed in a fashionably unique way in a decidedly Technicolor material palate. the overall effect is both enchanting as well as eye-catching in the best of ways.