The arched motif communicates elegance, strength and understated beauty, but how do we incorporate the classically inspired arch trend into our modern home decor? Today, we’ll explore how interior arches can be introduced into our lounge spaces, dining areas, kitchens and even bedrooms with subtlety and grace, using three inspirational home designs visualised by Elemental Design. These spaces have everything from arch-shaped home workspaces, recessed shelving nooks and arch chandeliers, to shapely cabinet door cutouts, arch motif artwork, modern mirrors and decorative wall paint ideas. We’ll also see a meld with the similarly rounded peaks of racetrack-shaped decor elements, curvy furniture outlines, and rounded accessories that complement the arch aesthetic.

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Summers might be difficult to deal with when you have other responsibilities at home and don’t have anything to look forward to when you finally finish everything. As a result, these summer home gadgets not only make your life easier in your Norwegian home, but they also allow you to relax later by doing household tasks more quickly and efficiently. When you visit Norskeanmeldelser, you will be able to read reviews about summer houses in Norway and learn how you can keep your home cool from these reviews.

Nevertheless, we will be sharing some must-have gadgets to keep your Norwegian house cool for this summer.

  1. Ikea’s Smart Window Blinds are a great place to start

It is a gadget you can use for all your extra-lit rooms with extra window sets that are great when it’s raining but turn into a pathway to hell-of-a-heat when it’s hot outside. This … Read More

Simplified luxury sweeps through this elegant modern home design, which comes filled with multiple relaxation spaces. Visualised by ArtPartner Architects, this tranquil home design puts focus on self-care with a home sauna, steam room, and several spa-like bathroom interiors. The impressive yet understated interior also features an airy and light-filled double height living room with expansive views over the cityscape and sky. The lofty living room forms a wide connective column that unites the glass-sided upper volumes of the dwelling, creating the ultimate open plan living experience. A coordinated colour and material palette of soothing neutrals, marble vein and modern slatted texture form calming cohesiveness.

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Neoclassical decor first emerged in 18th-century Britain and France, drawing from classic Roman and Greek architecture and art. It originally highlighted ornamental columns and reliefs, gilted accessories, plush swags, and opulent furniture. As time moved on, the neoclassical interior style evolved to include chic modern pieces that gently meld with the classical influence. Now, the transitional neoclassical interiors that we feature here today have a bolder and sometimes more minimalist modernity driven through highly ornamental surroundings. The juxtaposition of uber contemporary against intricate classical detailing creates inspiring spaces that are firmly planted in the present, with a wistful glance over the shoulder to the elegant past.

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Whilst the soothing serenity of neutral decor has its place and peaceful function, there is also a time for colour, personality and the unexpected. Today, we’re taking a look at three wonderfully unique & colourful home interiors that communicate quirky creativity and fabulous fun. Our first featured home interior is a vibrant purple-based Ibizan pad with futuristic curves and fashionable terrazzo decor elements. We move next to Russia, where a riveting interior decor scheme incorporates the rainbow into a small studio layout. Finally we climb to new heights of colour incorporation in a home with a bespoke red spiral staircase and a green courtyard, and a host of modern furniture inspo to match.

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