Inspired by nature, this 180 square metre minimalist home interior features an all-encompassing earthy colour palette of rich brown and tranquil beige. Textured elements give large living spaces great depth and unique character. Visualised by NK Interior in Kyiv, Ukraine, the home concept holds lofty rooms where rafters are smoothed over with wide panels of chocolatey wood grain. Matching wall panels call further attention to the towering height of the living areas and bedrooms alike. Fabulous pendant lights fill the spacious voids beneath the roofline, glowing with warm and atmospheric light. White marble slabs clad a luxurious bathroom decor scheme, where modern fixtures fashion a high-end finish.

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Gold accents, luxurious marble, and wood tone elements fashion these two uber stylish family home designs. We’ll tour two very different living space layouts, each with its own light and luxe aesthetic, complete with two gloriously chic kitchen designs. The luxe marble, gold and wood tone palette is carried on through into a host of fabulous bedroom designs, including an adorable kids room with antique rose and arch elements. Beautiful bathrooms come last but not least, where high-end finishes make the very most of limited dimensions. A plethora of custom furniture designs are set to inspire here too, as well as elegant lighting ideas and eye-catching feature walls.

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Nature has revitalising effects that are great for mental health but often we’re pretty removed from it in our modern homes. In built-up areas, there can be restricted space for gardens, or they may not offer enough privacy from the next-door neighbours. Courtyards offer an opportunity to put this right. Surrounded by the home itself, there are no prying eyes from next door, and the central location of the green space encourages footfall through it when moving from one interior room to the next. Designed by Kaizen Archi, these two bright and modern Vietnamese villa concepts are centred around their airy courtyards that provide blissfully cooling ventilation and a serene 360º garden view.

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Getting things you need or want from a mall or store is regarded as shopping. Shopping is usually fun, especially with friends and family, but it can be very stressful because it requires moving your goods and visiting various stores. 

Shopping online is one of the gifts of technology to humankind, a way of shopping that doesn’t require you to go outside. All you need is your phone, a strong internet connection, your credit card, and you are good to go. Oh, not leaving out that you need your exact address also; why, right? So, your ordered goods can be delivered right at your footstep or door. 

Do you know you can also get your household items from shopping online? Luminablog explains what household items are essential. This helps decision-making when shopping for household items. 

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Visualised by Shamil Kalimulaev, this home design is born from a journey of self-exploration. The designer’s own tastes and desires have shaped an airy living space that’s styled with modern classics. Clean simplicity factors as one of the main components of the interior design. In the words of Yukio Mashima: “Simplicity is the highest point of wisdom. Anyone who disdains simplicity only evokes pity. If a person is afraid of simplicity, then he is far from maturity.” In the bedroom, an atmospheric lighting plan accentuates fashionably textured decor components and a neoclassical twist. A soothing yet solid scheme of stone grey, luxe black marble, and matching matt black fixtures shade the stylish bathroom.

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