Interior designer Tobi Fairley combines bold colours with traditional furniture styles for a simple yet elegant atmosphere. These interior decorating ideas have a fresh and polished look that creates inspiring comfortable interiors for the traditional homes.
Archives for March 2011
This minimalist house by the lake south of Malmö, Sweden brings the outside in with large windows. Designed by Lindvall A&D, the house has unobstructed views of the surroundings from all sides. The large windows also allow plenty of light to filter through the house.
These amazing building murals spice up the urban landscape with their creative illusions.
This small studio apartment design by Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture (JPDA) makes extremely efficient use of its small space. Located in the East Village neighbourhood in New York, the brilliant design of this small studio is the ultimate comfortable living in a tight urban space. Every inch of space in the apartment has been efficiently exploited, including the built-in drawers under the stair risers.
The hotel interior design of Number Sixteen by Kit Kemp has a modern English style that creates the perfect atmosphere for urban relaxation. Situated in the heart of South Kensington in London, England in a white stuccoed Victorian terrace, the hotel’s exclusive location and its intimate interiors provide a sense of casual sophistication that appeals to the modern traveller.
This apartment interior design in Sweden has a casual elegance that is both stylish and intimate. The wallpaper in the bedroom creates a cosy atmosphere. The brick wall in the modern kitchen provides an interesting balance with the stainless steel appliances. The stylish modern design blends seamlessly with elements from the old building such as the ceramic fireplace and mouldings.
This modernist house in Gurgaon, Haryana, India designed by DADA & Partners is a fusion between traditional and modern architecture. The house was designed around a courtyard which forms the centre of the house. The steel and timber staircase is the focus of the house as you enter the double-height front door. The V-shaped support columns add another feature to the modernist architecture.