Not everyone lives – or wants to live – in a house and millions of people are looking for examples of stylish apartment interior design. Across the globe, families make their homes in apartments that are polished, organized and beautiful. HomeDSGN brings you a collection of chic apartment interior design showcasing the possibilities. From contemporary neutrals and modern white designs to warm wood-filled interiors, inspiration for your apartment abounds.
By Magaly • Feb 13, 2017
Is your style one that might be described as “over the top”, “bold”, or even “eccentric”? Then we’d be willing to bet that you’d be one of the more fun cases for an innovative interior design and architectural team to work with! Our absolute favourite combination, however, is when an eccentric homeowner and a creative designer get together and not only make a home that fits their shared tastes, but also name it as such so that the entire space is a package experience. That’s exactly what happened when Supreme Apartment was built!
By Magaly • Feb 10, 2017
Do you live in the kind of stunning place where the weather is lovely most of the year? Then things like open concepts, sunlit windows, and lots of access to relaxing outdoor spaces are probably pretty important features to you in a home design. Why choose one of these things, though, when you can have them all? Just check out B.A. Apartment if you don’t quite believe us!
Is your idea of the perfect cozy apartment one that emphasizes natural materials and generally possesses the calming decor an aesthetic of a relaxing spa? We’re very much interested in that type of home design as well, so we’re fairly certain you’ll love the look of London Apartment just as much as we do!
By Magaly • Feb 2, 2017
When you picture your ideal home, do you imagine something calming, chalk full of soothing colour schemes and smooth, pleasant materials? If we could, we’d live in a house that looks like a spa all year round to feel as relaxed as we might leaving our latest massage or facial. That’s exactly what the designers of Jade Apartment were going for in their aesthetic and design!
For some architects and home designers, the art of building a house is just that; an art. In fact, when a designer creates a beautiful apartment or house that they feel really encompasses the essence of a style or aesthetic, they often give the home a name that communicates that for the world to see. That’s the case with this breathtakingly unique home in Manhattan, New York City, USA!
By Magaly • Jan 30, 2017
This modern apartment was designed by Special Project Venediktov and is located in one of the tallest buildings in Kiev, Ukraine. It has a minimalist style, and its narrow living/dining room leads up to wide windows with a spectacular panoramic view of the city and the Dnieper River. At the same time, the windows serve to give light and a sensation of abundance of space.
M3 Architectural&Construction Group Designs an Apartment in Budva, Montenegro for a Young IT Engineer
By Magaly • Jan 27, 2017
When we hear the term “bachelor apartment”, our minds usually jump to a few stereotypical images. Perhaps you might picture dark colours, leather, and a super casual feel that borders on well lived in, or maybe you’re thinking of something closer to the kind of “man caves” you see in magazines and on television design shows. Well, this apartment might be called Bachelor, but we think you’ll find it a little different than your expectations!
By Magaly • Jan 20, 2017
One of the best ways to create a beautiful contrast between modern contemporary styles and artistic aesthetics when it comes to home design and decor is to incorporate and embrace unique shapes, surfaces, and textures to create stunning visual combinations. This often looks very modern in a way that people don’t find homey, but depending on the combinations of materials you choose, modern shapes can certainly be made to look cozy and unique instead. Just check out Appartamento Milazzo to see what we mean!
Monochromatic colours schemes aren’t common in average home designs, but each time we seen one that has been done particularly well, we wish they’d trend even harder. Establishing a monochromatic decor design throughout an entire home is best done by varying certain pieces every so slightly by shade or tone but keeping things within the same colour family. Nagatinskaya, a residential project located in Moscow, Russia, is a shining example of how to do that perfectly.