Creative interior design by Cheri Messerli and David Rager

After taking a look at the pictures I’m sure you all agree now that such a space could only have been designed by a very creative mind. Well, the reality is that two creative minds had to work together in order to achieve this result. It’s an interior design created by Cheri Messerli and David Rager. They are a graphic designer and respectively a fashion designer/stylist. Of course, from the equation can’t miss their dog Scout that is present everywhere.

Now let’s take a look at the actual house. As you can see, it’s a very cozy and inviting place. It doesn’t seem like a finished design but that’s its beauty. There are plenty of interesting and surprising elements that you can’t stop admiring. Let’s take a look foe example at that lovely origami structure made of a lot of paper cranes. It’s definitely something unique.

Moreover, there’s a very inspiring cluster of paper lanterns that sits above the bed. Everyone could go buy a paper lantern or even make it themselves, but how many of you actually though of creating such a combination? The couple was also very creative when incorporating the storage space in that bookshelf/bed. It’s a great way of saving some space. Overall, the couple has managed to create a unique and very creative space that seems to fit perfect with their needs. They plan to move in LA where I’m sure they’ll create another impressive interior design.



Published by in Interiors, on October 18th, 2011

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