7 zany interior concepts
Interior design is always constrained by predetermined boundaries that define the extent of the designers’ creativity. So it is always a running challenge in who extrapolates how much of the space by breaking boundaries and creating positively creative aesthetics. There are many ways to do that; including redefining the standard furniture and wall genre and redefining the usual lighting standards. This zany take on design is built on quirks that make interior designing out of the box. Today, we will be looking just such quirky, creative ideas that will make interiors fun to be in.
- The living room generation
While most living rooms use a straight-laced media wall and the couch as the centerpiece, this zany interior takes it up a notch by incorporating curiously contemporary aesthetics within a simple narrow space. The partition wall is a kitschy affair, while the monochrome pair of seats provide a fairly fashionable juxtaposition against the country rustic vibe of the media wall.
- The bamboo cupboards
While most wardrobes these days come in laminated or looking mirror claddings, this one fits just right in the corner of a home, creating a wall effect with juxtaposing material, thereby making the design a personalized affair.
- The median zone
More often than not, a bedroom is an exceptionally private affair. It is located within the very back of the spatial composition right next to the semi-private zones of the home – the walls are always solid. This bedroom however breaks boundaries by offering up a creative juxtaposition of transparency and privacy at the same time. The box-like physique is attractive, but it is the parts that are cordoned off that come off as intriguingly alluring.
- A new take on bunk beds
Bunk beds may not be a new innovation, but designers always strive to better the old-school blueprints into a more modified, contemporary aesthetic. Similar is the case with the creatively designed bunk beds in the image below. The designers have utilized the small space by ramping up the height with double-deckers and using the rest of the space as means for work and creativity.
- Low and tall
The interior below has been creatively juxtaposed to represent the contrast between tall design elements such as the media wall, against the low height furniture that plays strategic contrast against it.
- The L Study
The L shaped study room layout is perfect one for a shared study space. The designers have ramped up the motivational ambiance by using inspiring quotes.
- The open-floor formation
The uncanny layout of this interior makes it a quirky little masterpiece. Although each space has its own entity, it is the creative and seamless amalgamation of it all the impresses the user and the observer both.