Few things are as inspirational as a photo gallery of beautiful interiors, particularly the collection you’ll find. From boldly beautiful color, to simple Scandinavian décor, to minimalist modern design (and oh so much more), you’ll see it all in the stunning interiors of these articles.

Villa de l’Ô – An Unforgettable Moroccan Jewel That Combines Three Stunning Styles

Villa de l’Ô is located in Morocco, a few meters from the beach and it’s a wonderful attraction. Most impressive about it is the unusual combination of styles.The villa features a mix of oriental, western and traditional elements and it has amazing architecture and interior design. The architecture of this stunning villa combines materials such as stone, wood and delicate fabric.

Although it may seem deeply traditional, the villa also has a modern side. Visitors can relax at the L’Ôsmose spa where they can get in touch with their senses and enjoy special treatments. You’ll be welcomed by oriental music and aromatic scents and you’ll get carried away in a land of dreams.


Horse Trailer Converted Into A Mobile Hotel For Its Owner And His dog

We’ve seen lots of interesting transformations but this is the first project where a horse trailer is the subject of the whole renovation. It’s an eco-trailer which has been converted into a very chic and cozy mobile hotel. The owner of the trailer came up with idea after a few bad travel experiences.

The main idea is that the owner of this unique little hotel has a Rottweiler which he loves to take with him when he travels. However, finding a hotel that treats dogs with respect is difficult so most of the time he had to make compromises.

He finally had enough and decided to make his own hotel which he could take with him wherever he went and where him and his dog could both be comfortable and happy.


Split-Level Homes: Ideas and Inspiration

Split-level homes aren’t the most popular. Many people are confused by their value and many people are confused on how to separate their entertaining spaces from their lounging spots. But in actuality, these unique homes have a personality that traditional homes can never attain. Let’s take just a peek at a variety of split-level home ideas to get your brainstorming and deciding on whether or not this layout is right for you.

1. Formal and Cozy Spaces.

We love how this room is split in the great room area. It’s essentially already split for you to decide which is the formal space and which is the cozier, homier space. Just decorate to your liking!


Renovated Loft In San Francisco Featuring A Masculine Vibe And A Functional Interior

Located in San Francisco, California, this loft was recently renovated and it got a whole new look. It was a project by LINEOFFICE Architecture. The loft has a total surface of 1,150 square meters so it’s spacious and also flexible in terms of layout.

The client wanted the interior to feel open and uninterrupted so one of the challenged of the project was to fulfill this requirement while also making sure that the interior design meets and domestic requirements of all the separate areas.


Artist’s Workshop Successfully Transformed Into A Loft

The workshop measured 50 square meters so it was practically just enough space to allow it to be comfortable as a home. The layout was practical and functional already. The loft is 13 meters long, 3.5 meters wide and 5 meters high. It’s divided in three half levels and each space has a distinct function.The transformation was completed in 2012 and it was a project by NZI Architectes.

As mentioned, the loft has a series of distinct levels, each with their own function. The bedroom is a bright and open space with lots of glass and it pretty much dominates the rest of the loft. It can be accessed via a staircase from the kitchen.


The Eclectic Casa Cor Design– A Combination Of Bold Colors And Unusual Accent Details

This is the interior design that Rafael Simonazzi created for Casa Cor in 2013. He decided to use a combination of bold colors and iconic pieces in order to showcase the latest trends in furniture and design. The space given to the designer was a loft with a large ground floor and a wooden mezzanine level. He wanted to use striking sculptural elements to make the space stand out. One of these elements is the webbed screen which divides the main living space.

The web screen would have to be my favorite detail here but it;s definitely not the only unusual one. In the living space there’s a large tree sculpture made of white painted wood. It’s placed in the center of the room and it’s function is to support the ceiling.

Overall, the living area is a cozy space featuring a neutral color palette and organic shapes. One of the most interesting pieces of furniture here is the dining table which also doubles as a biliards table.


Clever Décor Tricks to Display (and Hide) Your Media

Things such as your TV and sound system don’t need to feel like clutter in the room or those cumbersome things you design around. Here are décor tricks to make the media display more appealing.

Make it Part of the Beautiful Décor.

Let the Television Shine

With technology becoming such an integral part of our lives, an emphasis on design and style has been made when it comes to its production. This can be seen in the sleek and sophisticated appearance of televisions. So why hide yours away? Give it a prime spot in the room! Any accompanying speakers can be neatly tucked under it, such as by appearing on a shelf, so that they do not compete for attention.


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