Sui Generis – Quirky Interior Themes
Sometimes, in our struggle to transcend the flat plane of ordinary design, we end up concepts that defy the usual, generic aesthetics of a regular design. These concepts embrace the ‘sui generis’ – the peculiarity of their concepts and portray them in the best possible way. Some of these work on bold angle, others in heights, and then there are some more that use the ordinary objects of construction to create magical pieces that define our everyday spaces in a completely different light. These ideas could also have a thematic articulation – taking an abstract concept and defining in a particular design formation – or you can go the way of literal and implement your thoughts in a straight forward way. Either way the end product would be something awe inspiring or artful – something stunning that gives you something to think about. Below, we’ll be looking at a few such interior.
A physical implementation of a concise concept needs to be done in a way that it seems timeless. If you would have a look at the interior blow, you would notice how it is simple but there is something so stand out about it that it sticks to the eye. It is the idea of using constellations as a theme and applying it in a way that is clear yet abstract that makes this design so aesthetically alluring.
This modern retro theme is not just a dichotomy of two very bold concepts, but it takes a third one under its wing too – the funky. The juxtaposition of bright colors against a dull, monotonously grey background is a treat to the eye. Combined with a dash of natural light and you’ve got yourself perfection.
While the industrial style shows a restraint in all things design, there are some core elements that define its very essence. These include earthy and monotonous tones along with a use of natural light settings. But this industrial style interior embraces its peculiarity by amalgamating a bit of retro in the mix by using pop art work.
Cotton Candy Square
At first glance, all you would comprehend in this interior style would be a silent sort of embellishment in a simple white hue. But upon closer inspection you would notice the stick straight edges, the cotton candy blur, and the beautiful contrast of grey against white.
Here’s an eccentric little design for those with an acquired taste. This modern oriental interior takes all the best elements of artsy and hallowed and presents them with a flair. This might not be an interior for a generic home, but it can definitely embrace a thematic value and experience.