There is nothing as beautiful as a simple interior décor that incorporates the stunning beauty of the natural world and tweaks certain components of the said décor, such as furniture, to conform to the underlying nature-influenced theme.
This contemporary Victorian home presents two stark possibilities that this kind of combination can afford homeowners. The first presents a living room, cooking area and kitchenette that scream of green in a very beautiful and calming way.
The simple furniture and bookshelf sits on the backdrop of potted, luscious plants that somehow smother the room with their overwhelming greenery. The design adds a dash of this green to the beautiful rug on the floor and to certain parts of the furniture to create an overall ambiance that strikingly contrasts the bright white of the walls.
The beauty of these spaces is only surpassed by the power of the combination natural light that the large windows allow in as well as the pieces of artwork that are beautifully assembled just above the cooking area. These pieces of artwork take up the entire area above the cabinetry and above the secondary bookcase in the living room.
The second aspect stresses the supremacy that color holds in interior décor projects. Here, the designer presents a set of complementing whites; from the lone comfy sofa, complete with even comfier cushions, matching the bright white walls and the grayish rug, all in stark contrast with the yellow sideboard seated on a table nearby.
The dining area is just as chic with a 5-piece dinette standing on a comfy rug whose beauty is accentuated by the impact of the drab olive wooden floor.
While the bedroom of this unit is slightly different, it too makes full use of bright white hue. With well-positioned windows swathing the room with enough natural light, the opulence of the bed, its cozy bedding and general inviting nature of this room appears even grander.
Indeed, color brings themes to life. However, it takes real talent to play with the various décor elements and the colors they convey to bring out this inherent beauty. And, the designer of this Victorian home has captured the true essence of this interplay.