6 interiors that will inspire you to launch a remodel
Interior design is a completely static phenomenon. Once you get tired of a certain space and its aesthetic, you can always launch a remodel to tweak the space to suit a more modern aesthetic. A shiny new interior can not only elevate the ambiance of the space but it can also uplift the mood of the user. You might find yourself being more receptive and congenial in a beautiful setting rather than an old and run down one. So below, set us look at some interiors that will inspire you to launch a remodel of your own.
- A fresh look for the living room
Conventional living rooms follow the same old design concept – couch in front of the television with a coffee table in between. While that is a tried and true concept, there is nothing wrong with adding fun little quirks to the mix. As you can see in the image below, the designers have used a zany furniture scheme to bring about a fresh aesthetic to the ambiance. The rocking chair, coffee table an bookcase have all been designed to accommodate the quirky design.
- A sophisticated bedroom design
While most bedrooms are a cluster of personal artifacts and redundant furniture, the one below uses minimalism as an escape from the typical. Made of the very basic components, the bed becomes the highlight of this design. The overall aesthetic is extremely sophisticated, complete with clever lighting integration in the mix.
- Partition walls
While partition walls are a very common interior element these days, none can top the sleek, modern aesthetic of the one featured in the image below. Not only does it serve as a backdrop for the dining area but doubles as a feature wall for the living room too.
- Balcony retreat
Indoor balconies are a hot trend in the design market these days and the interior below has capitalized on the concept. The small retreat offers a great view to the outside while making for a quiet, ruminating alcove for the user to enjoy a nap in.
- The step-up layout formation
Cove lights are an evergreen interior design asset, and they seem to literally sine at their best when tucked into steps and small extensions. In the image below you will see how the steps and extensions with hidden cove lights make for beautiful interior interventions – as if a soft light emanating from the space itself.
- The ladder scheme
While the shelf ladder might be a concept of ye old time, it certainly has a flair within a contemporary aesthetic as well. For example, you can see how the floor to ceiling shelf in the image below might require a ladder like that without seeming too redundant.