Beachy Bunk Room

Beachy Bunk Room

via Change & Co.

This completely fun bunk room resides in a home designed by Change & Co. in a project that they titled Amagansett Beach House. The home throughout is a study in neutrals and textures and the expertise and keen eye used to make each interior something special is very apparent. But it was this room, the bunk room, that caught our eye for its whimsical, modern-tropical vibe. We can’t get over the incredibly adorable bamboo hanging chair (there is more than one in this room, by the way!), and it’s just a guess, but because these face a window, there is a high probability that these chairs face a truly spectacular view. The bamboo texture mixed with the woven rug and lighting is spot-on in coloration with the other beige tones in the room. The blues are perfectly distributed and in only the best hues — some darker, some lighter, creating only the best balance. And adding a touch of perfect whimsy to the room, the pom-poms on the striped throw blankets at the foot of the bed, and of course, who could ignore the sweetest wallpaper?

Rolling Pin Ceiling

Rolling Pin Ceiling

via Designboom

Located in Beijing, China, you will find withwheat bakery, and a rolling pin ceiling. A calculated grid lines the walls, floors, and ceiling of this space, and the glass displays and furniture follow the grid path. Designed by B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio, the goal of this interior was to promote purity and brightness throughout. Selecting a white color palette with warm wood accents — plus some brass pops for good measure! — keeps the baked goods as the main focus in this space. The walls have seven zones total — each with a different tiling pattern. Now that is impressive attention to detail!

Retro Meets Futuristic

Retro Meets Futuristic

via OneKindesign

This incredibly lovely and funky powder bathroom designed by Lee Kleinhelter and Pak Heydt & Associates is inside of Kleinhelter’s Atlanta, Georgia home. We’re loving the risky, ultra-retro blood orange floating vanity — the true star of the room. The beach-inspired mirror, futuristic brass pendant light, and gray-colored floor-to-ceiling penny tile are all relatively neutral additions to the space that keep the vanity shining as the starring role. Brass hardware throughout the space keeps the theme current and fresh!

Modern Elegance

Modern Elegance

via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

All the way over in Atlanta, Georgia, there sits a dream home owned by designer Michael Ladisic. Ladisic eyed the home for over seventeen years, and upon finally having it to himself, he sought after the talents of Linda MacArthur and Sherry Hart to make his dream interior design a reality. In this incredibly chic bathroom, White Glassos covers the countertops and some walls, and the hardware is rare and unusual. A mix of warm wood and ultra-sleek gloss white mixes with modern patterns and motifs. And in this luxurious space, a little bit of mirror goes a long way, creating the perfect balance of classic styles and chic modernity.

Glitz in China

Glitz in China

via International Design Excellence Awards

This incredible interior is located in Shanghai, China at the Greenland Huangpu Riverside Club and was designed by HWCD. This design was intently inspired by the nature and sea that surrounds the location, with the backdrop of the project being the River Huangpu. Everything from the bubble-crystal chandelier, water-reminiscent floors, and the waves in the architecture and custom finishes mimicking the river was selected for its unmistakable reference to the world surrounding it. The designers used all bespoke furniture and commissioned artwork for the space — creating the ultimate in layered luxury.

Wallpaper With Movement

Wallpaper with Movement

via Viya Interiors

This room, designed by Viya Interiors, is a true testament to the importance of color distribution and the magic that can happen when it is mastered. But notice the walls, and that they seem to move in such a beautiful way… The accessories are colors which have been pulled out of the walls, rich and saturated. The warm colors, like chocolate brown and rust seem to glisten on the wall with a perfect sheen, keeping everything balanced and elegant. The furniture is streamlined and simple — nothing fussy in this room at all, just modern and subdued, letting the walls be the star of the show. And, of course, the coral objet d’art and agate lamp further all of the organic visual and tactile textures in this space, finishing an absolutely stunning room in its entirety!

The Ultimate Gallery Wall

The Ultimate Gallery Wall

via Architectural Digest

This amazing gallery wall of photography lives in fashion designer Naeem Khan’s Miami penthouse, and it does not disappoint! There are reasons this works, and rules that apply to creating such a visually stimulating display. First of all, everything besides the photos is stark white — the walls, the frames, the spiral staircase. And speaking of the spiral staircase, it is not heavy in its design — no wood staircases here! The only pops of color are the photos themselves, and even the flooring is kept neutral… it’s pretty, but you don’t really notice it. When creating a gallery wall, try to keep one thing consistent, whether that is the type of frame you are using, the space in between each photo, or the theme of the photos. Choosing one of those consistencies will create an effortless and chic display every time.