7 exotic interior design ideas

7 exotic interior design ideas

Exotic might be a relevant term. In some contexts it means something eclectic that breaks usual conventions, while other times it might refer to some avant-garde invention. When it comes to interior design, exotic defies the mainframe; it can be anything and everything that is even slightly atypical in formation. This may include color schemes, furniture ideas or even some innovative technological advancement. Below let’s look at some of the most exotic interior design ideas in our gallery.

  1. The digital kitchen nook

The small little kitchen is the epitome of vivid and fun. Most of its exotic nature comes from the unusual digital print laminations of the island and the atypical combination of bright colors within a small interior scheme. Together, all these factors combine to give off a beautiful and elegant interior experience.

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  1. The attaché sitting area

Having a small, reclusive seating nook inside your homes is a new trend, but execution truly matters. In the image below you can see how the lonesome chair has been artfully arranged o make the most of the space – both functionally as well as aesthetically – without compromising the pragmatic character of the small space.

 

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  1. The dual nook

Similar to the idea of a reclusive seating area, a dual seating area makes use of paired furniture to create a more amiable space. The overall aesthetic of this kind of a space is relaxed and congenial. Its layout is also very intimate. The image below perfectly represents the idea of this concept.

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  1. Indoor balconies

While balconies are few and far between in contemporary mid to high-rise buildings, indoor balconies are even more of a rarity. The image below showcases an indoor balcony that has been artfully integrated within the interior to create a cozy little alcove for the user.

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  1. Turnover media walls

These kinds of media walls have been trending across the market for a while now. The best part about this kind of a media wall is that it can offer you a dual aesthetic – while one side holds the television, the other one can be decorated with anything you want.

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  1. Indoor vertical gardens

A pleasant design intervention, indoor vertical gardens have a way of brightening up the aesthetic. As shown in the image below, these can be hung on the feature wall to freshen up the ambiance and add a bit of natural beauty to the space.

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  1. Contemporary rustic

A modern rustic vibe combined with indoor greens makes for quite an exotic vibe. In the image below you will notice how the contrasting yet complementary color scheme of green and brown gives the same a uniquely alluring aesthetic.

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