Free-flowing Family Home Design With Floor Plan

Free-flowing Family Home Design With Floor Plan

A free-flowing layout creates a connected sense of family in this 112 square metre apartment project in the south of Moscow, Russia. Designed by Julia Khabarova, for a young couple with a child, the home was created to include an autonomous master block that avoids the inclusion of dead ends around the main living spaces. A central “cube” forces new scenarios of movement around the apartment in answer to an immovable riser. The material palette of slatted oak veneer, suede upholstery, cool concrete and reflective metals create an earthy aesthetic, alongside tonal shades of grey and warm umber accents. The full floor plan is included at the end of the tour.

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Colour Connected Interiors Under 85 Sqm (900 Sqft) With Floor Plans

Colour Connected Interiors Under 85 Sqm (900 Sqft) With Floor Plans

When thinking up a cohesive colour scheme, it’s easy to go down a path of neutrals or a safe tonal spectrum. However, a boldly creative colour combination will fashion a much stronger connection through a modern interior, just like the two intriguing home designs we feature here today. Each measuring under 85 sqm (900 sqft), these home interiors come alive under rich green and blue accents. Our first tour is an industrial style space, where a hint of tan and muted copper join the palette to complement ruddy exposed brickwork. The colour palette explodes with pink and bright yellow additions in our other featured abode, where art deco inspired elements help shape a daring family home.

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Compact And Functional Homes Under 45 Sqm With Floor Plans

Compact And Functional Homes Under 45 Sqm With Floor Plans

Small home interiors present both practical and stylistic challenges, but these two compact and functional interior designs have skilfully mastered their limited area. Each measuring just under 45 square metres, these two exceptional small abodes feature glass wall bedrooms that expand the feeling of space and light to counteract tight dimensions. Chic modern decor presents cohesive colour palettes that instil a sense of peace and order. Each apartment design also manages to squeeze in a dedicated laundry area within a small bathroom, leaving no modern amenity left unfulfilled. We’ve included the floor plans at the end of each tour to give you more small space inspiration.

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Refined & Reposeful Grey Interior in Ukraine (With Floor Plans)

Refined & Reposeful Grey Interior in Ukraine (With Floor Plans)

Refined and reposeful in soothing shades of grey, white and beige, this 255 square metre modern interior design achieves an air of easy elegance. Visualised by Muro Bureau, the chic home in Kyiv, Ukraine, is brought to life with tactile, textured moments of rattan, plush upholstery, warming wood grain and on-trend ribbed feature walls. The ground floor plan has been opened up to adjoin the tasteful living spaces, creating flow whilst maintaining clear zoning. The stylish and calming aesthetic is modified into a fun and functional kids’ playroom design, to create one cohesive vibe for the whole family. Floor plan and 3D perspective drawing are included at the end of the tour.

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