Best Interior Design Projects
Today, Interior Decoration brings you some of the best interior design projects from all around the world! Hope you feel inspired:
Jonathan Adler biggest aim is to always create a flawlessly chic home no matter the circumstances. He does this beautifully and the biggest proof of this is the designer’s exclusive collection for Amazon ‘Now House’.
The Now House features a varied selection of outstanding furniture, rugs, bedding, artwork, and decor pieces that are sure to revamp any division of your room!
You can see it in the above living room style to which the designer has brought his signature style – bold graphics, pops of color, textural patterns, as well as eye-catching details. In Adler’s decoration style everything is being carefully planned to the smallest detail. – From large furniture pieces to smaller accessories, elevating a boring room into something really unique is Jonathan Adler’s mastery skill. So, yes, if your living room needs a little lift, this is where you can get your inspiration from!
Ryan Korban may be better known for being a specialist of high-end retail design and having worked for remarkable houses such as Balenciaga, Alexander Wang, and Aquazzura, but his talent doesn’t stop there. – 40 Bleecker is another remarkable project by this designer.
In the designer’s own words about the project – “When designing 40 Bleecker, I knew my work needed to speak to a new generation of downtown buyers who are looking for luxury and elegance against a modern backdrop. This idea of contrast is evident throughout the spaces in everything from textures and materials to finishes and furniture—masculine contrasts with feminine, traditional with modern, soft with brutalist.”
Our favorite division, the kitchen, has been set up with custom-designed products pretty much like the rest of the 12-story condominium. In the particular case of the kitchen, the decoration includes Bill Schwinghammer’s custom lighting which gives a whole new look to space. To conclude and according to Ryan Korban, the “40 Bleecker is a new way of living and sets the tone for the future of design and development downtown.”
The Rockwell’s Group work for this luxury hotel is astonishing and couldn’t stop ourselves from giving a special highlight to the bedrooms. First off, the hotel comprises a total of 349 rooms that the duo has set up with botanically inspired designs as well as artful interiors. Not only that, but the dynamic duo also made sure to incorporate plenty of whimsical details while also paying close attention to space and functionality.
The bedroom’s warm and open atmosphere is the result of the use of a muted color palette which includes – wood-like floors, army-green mosaic tile, as well as striped drapes. Each room also features custom-designed and multipurpose furniture designs that also elevate the rooms to maximum comfort.
The Moxy Chelsea also features greenhouse-style windows which makes the room designer even prettier as there is plenty of natural light getting inside. The base may be great, but the real craft is in the hands (or shall I say minds?) of the Rockwell Group.
Yabu Pushelberg first major project in the UK — the new hotel from Ian Schrager: the London edition. As with all hotel editions, it should have a cultural epicenter and a microcosm of the best each city has to offer.
Located in central London’s Fitzrovia, Yabu Pushelberg has preserved the finest aspects of the historic building (formerly the Berners hotel), while still reinventing the spaces and bringing to them a dynamic fusion of old and new; past and present.
One of our favorite spots within the hotel is the hotel’s lobby which features a cozy, yet old-school glamorous atmosphere. The American minimal artist, Donald Judd serves as the inspiration for the room, making it the juxtaposition between the existing traditional spaces and the more modern insertions.
With setting on Biscayne Bay, and located on Star Island, this long rectangle of land, was a challenge for the architect Peter Marino who only had a couple of rooms with water views.
Nonetheless, his artful talent and exquisite craft made it all possible and the result demonstrates, as per usual Peter Marino’s strengths as well as his undeniable connection to art.
Peter Marino is an avid art collector and very interesting to see how that resonates with his work. In this particular living room design, he worked with the owners’ Asian sculptures and paintings by Léger, Miró, Kiefer, and Prince, but was also able to commission pieces including Lalanne furnishings.
Hirsch Bedner Associates has created various show flats and marketing Suites in a diversity of foreign places. Their approach to the whole design, spatial planning, detail, color psychology, and accessory selection is immaculate and inspired and a big reason why we wanted to show a little bit of his work in more detail.
The Altamount Residence in MUMBAI (India), is his latest design project and it features bold colors, rich colors as well as noble materials. One of the most iconic furnishings from this unique project is the Eden center table designed by Boca do Lobo and is located in the living room.
These luxury residences were inspired by the multilayered urbanity as well as the culture of Mumbai. A small palette of materials is implemented throughout the space in varying finished and sizes to add richness. Architectural lighting plays an important role in enhancing and complementing the layered experience throughout the living room.
Berkus believes that homeowners should think about bathrooms as more than just utilitarian and functional spaces. Instead, a thoughtful decoration method is set to leave us with a further nicer result.
According to Nate Berkus, the aim is always to express one’s style and personal preferences – from colors to materials, textures, and accessories – for the designer, important is to never settle down in the sense of just doing things without a purpose or care. Even though it may be only a bathroom, this space belongs to your home and it should still reflect your own style and ideas.
In the designer’s own words – “Whether it’s mixing metals, introducing a wild wallpaper, or incorporating vintage lighting or mirrors with flair, the key is to go beyond the basic.”
What is his trick for designing such exquisite bathrooms, you aks? – “Well, not a secret so much as it is a frame of mind: the best bathrooms are the ones that are decorated like any other space in your home.”
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