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Serene and Sustainable Interior Design

Serene and and Sustainable Interior Design

This tasteful two-bedroom flat with balcony and a view of exuberant verdure is cozy and beautifully furnished with a merging of baroque, modernistic, neoclassical furnishings. Stunning plank flooring and additional attributes manifests in a room designed for comfort, but remains pleasing to the eye.

The living room area is the main focus here. In fact, the living room is more than likely a preview of what the remainder of the home looks like. This much style cannot go to waste on one room. More than likely, the interior design of additional rooms are just as stylish with artistic surprises and genteel refinements.

Sui generis accent pieces are evident throughout the living room décor. For example, the Ghost Side table, designed by John Brauer and inspired by the Kartell Ghost furniture designs. is a stunning piece. Clear acrylic has evolved through the years. It now provides the advantages of glass and a few other attractive features. It appears lightweight, where as glass would have a heavier appearance and would not be as practical anyway. This material is more sculptural than glass, which manifests into beautiful pieces like this accent table. It’s simply gorgeous!

In a way, the clear accent table is in complete contrast to the baroque framed elongated mirror; however, that’s what makes the décor in this room exceptional. The ability to bring varying styles together, even those from different eras, and flawlessly merge them into one beauteous landscape takes not only good taste but a varying amount of know-how.

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Another essential element that makes this room so special is the meticulously placed pictures on the wall. This is one of the best interior design techniques used to add charm to a blank wall and create a talking point.

The violaceous hued accent rug adds just the right amount of color. In fact, this room is basically designed around no specific color at all! It’s neutrally toned with added textures like brass, chrome, and faux-fur to arouse a sense of dimension. Colors are magically hidden through textures and forms.

The floor to ceiling doors open up to a quaint balcony. Balconies are especially useful for small areas because they add additional space. The natural light beams into the room through the glass paned doors and windows, highlighting the overall subtle richness that this room emanates. The long flowing drapes add a dramatic appeal without being overpowering.

A comfortable sofa and unique accent pieces is what really makes this living room so extraordinary. It’s an homage to the type of interior design that appeals to most tastes in home décor.

Images: Alexander White

Melina Divani

Melina Divani is the owner and creator of Decoholic.org. Interior Design is her infinite passion without stop. Follow Melina on Instagram

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