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Visualizer: Pavel Pisanko Polka dots prevent this bright bedroom from seeming overly sterile. The simple accent wall print also helps to ensure the expansive walls don’t overwhelm the simplicity of the interior design.
Visualizer: Render Taxi Our first interior starts with a concept for a renovation later completed by architects Anna & Eugeni Bach, visualized here by Render Taxi.
Visualizer: Javier Wainstein Our first luxury home is a concept for an apartment overlooking Central Park.
Let’s start from the beginning – the living room offers a welcoming first impression with natural materials and bright yellow accents, creating a comfortable atmosphere within a sharp composition.
Architect: Ivan Yunakov This lovely 110 square meter apartment is the work of architect Ivan Yunakov and consists of a semi-open living and kitchen arrangement with two private bedrooms accessible through the hallway.
Visualizer: Aurélien BRION Color matching often proves to be the most straightforward way to incorporate artwork into the home.
Visualizer: ARTSTUDIO Design Let’s start with a black and white home that tends toward the darker side.
Visualizer: Elena Zhulikova This first bedroom utilizes an ecological theme contrasted with perfectly contemporary styling.
This first apartment concept centers around an incredible view of the city outside, but the interior accommodations are equally worthy of admiration.
The living room makes an immediate impression with distinctive interior architecture. Rather than installing an interior wall, the designers chose to divide the living room and kitchen with an open wooden structure that doubles as housing for the media center.
Visualizer: Aurélien BRION Minimalistic open shelves and light wood cabinetry provide a subdued backdrop, split by a luminous backsplash.
Visualizer: Eugene Sarajevo Designed for a young woman, this interior is defined by its smart layout and expertly framed zones.
Designer: Kaschuk Kostyantyn Designed by Kaschuk Kostyantyn, this bright and spacious home incorporates a variety of traditional Scandinavian themes alongside contemporary influences.
The public-facing areas are the most subdued, starting with this simple yet textural living room, its single crimson pillow drawing the eye toward the comfortable seating area.
Designer: Annabell Kutucu This stylish home combines the refined simplicity of a matte black and white color theme with the sophistication of timeworn leather and rich natural wood.
Designer: Tanya Dorokhina Inspiring exposed concrete walls and contemporary furniture create an interesting counterbalance to the traditional wooden rafters above (and keep an eye on the ceiling throughout the rest of this home for some serious ceiling envy).
Designer: Alain Bellino This striking Vintage Vader is immensely intricate. The dark finish and skillfully polished eyes suit him quite well.
Designer: Petro Buchok, Grits Boychuk, Roma Verbishchuk Rich goldenrod makes up the majority of this interior decor theme, with a few touches of red and orange sprinkled about for emphasis.
Designer: Adrian Iancu This first home features white painted brick with very crisp horizontal lines.
Designer: Penint Design Studio Gorgeous! This bedroom makes an immediate visual impact with rough textured concrete in a sharp geometric pattern, with oversized headboard panels above and below.