A Peaceful Japanese House Surrounded By Greenery [Video]

A Peaceful Japanese House Surrounded By Greenery [Video]

Abundant greenery surrounds this peaceful Japanese house in Hiroshima city, created by Hayato Komatsu Architects. The house belongs to its designer, who embraced the irregularities of the site, which is made shady by a large tunnel and retaining wall that penetrates Mt. Eba. At first glance, the site and surrounding area appeared undesirable. However, the dense greenery that overspills from the landscape takes away the typical urban atmosphere. Instead, the obscure location created an opportunity for a home design that connects the lush environment with modern architecture. Living spaces have been raised 4m above ground level to take in the view, where a complementary relationship between the new garden and surrounding specimens mesh as one spectacular scene.

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Vivid Variations Of Red And Green Accent Decor

Vivid Variations Of Red And Green Accent Decor

It’s an uncommon combo for a two colour accent scheme, but the vibrant clash of red and green is one that pays off in spades when balanced in the correct tones. The three home interiors that we focus on here deliver the red and green decor palette in a variety of combinations. Our first featured home design is a rich rush of deep vermillion elements that encircle teal and pea green accent pieces amidst a sea of freshening white. The power of the white backdrop prevails inside the elegant and artistically executed burgundy and sage accented scheme of tour number two, and in our final modern interior that comes alive under bright beats of the contrasting palette.

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Neoclassical Interior Spliced With Sage Green & Pink Decor

Neoclassical Interior Spliced With Sage Green & Pink Decor

Lovingly preserved historical heritage brings neoclassical intricacy to this exquisite apartment that overlooks Bolshoi Prospekt, at the very heart of the Petrogradka District of St. Petersburg, Russia. Visualised by Rindes, this elegant residence boasts original crown moulding and deeply decorative stucco moulding across impressively high ceilings. Wainscotting has been manipulated to disguise interior doors, and unique paint effects distort spacial perception under a subtle muted sage green and blush pink palette. Crisp, contemporary furniture items and modern decor accessories create clean juxtaposition against the more decorative elements, whilst eye-catching modern light fixtures add a refreshed sense of grandeur. Floor plan included at the end of the home tour.

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1 Bed Apartments With Earthy Brown & Green Accent Decor

1 Bed Apartments With Earthy Brown & Green Accent Decor

Enriched with earthy brown and deep green accent decor, this pair of 1 bedroom apartment designs comprise tonal layers that manipulate the sense of space. Visualised by Simple Form Interiors, these interiors feature short bursts of rich colour that zone and define the multitude of areas within compact open plan living spaces, a glass wall double workspace and a cosy glass wall bedroom design. The accent colours float on melds of creamy white and cool grey backgrounds that reflect natural light, whilst wood tone elements add natural texture. Stylish modern furniture gives these residences a chic, contemporary edge that nudges the schemes into the high-end of the interiors arena.

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