Light and love exude from these two family focussed home interiors, created by DSEN. Wide open living spaces encourage family members to come together and interact whilst partaking in separate activities, whether that be cooking or catching up on a little TV. In each of these large open plan living rooms, there is also an additional function added to the standard lounge kitchen diner combo. Family home number one includes a very open modern home office, where mum or dad can get a little work done without being locked far away. In the second welcoming family home, it’s all about creating memories together in an elegant open plan music room.

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Welcome to a unique home interior, filled with colour and all out splendour. The 58.8 square metre home located in Moscow, Russia, is an all enveloping art piece. Visualised by Artlife 3D, this updated twist on luxury Art Deco is all about a saturated red meets green colour palette, giant leaf motifs, and oodles & oodles of gold. In true Art Deco spirit, this is a vision of wealth and sophistication, luxe marble elements and imposing patterns. Showstopping bespoke decorative commissions come together with velvety furnishings and attention grabbing modern chandeliers to chime the prosperity bell. So pick out a flapper dress or three-piece suit and dance your two toned shoes through this cats meow.

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Brutalist architecture has come a long way since its original peak back in the late 1950s to 60s. Back then, institutional buildings and social housing projects projected a cold and austere nature that became associated with totalitarianism by the late 1970s, and so fell out of favour. Now we’re seeing an exciting comeback of reinforced concrete and steel exteriors, cast in modular volumes to build great hulking triumphs and unique private residences. Brutalism (coined from a play on the French ‘béton brut’, meaning ‘raw concrete’) is graphic, geometric, and toys with the negative space, all of which make it incredibly appealing to the minimalist mindset of today.

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Sharp black & grey decor is a go to in modern interiors, but sometimes comes across a little cold and harsh. We don’t have to turn our back on the monochrome palette, but we can introduce a softer hue into the mix… Soft pink is a colour that represents peace, compassion, love, and nurturing. It’s easy to go overboard on a good thing though, so how do we introduce such a sweet shade without compromising the confidence of a darker design? The trick is to balance out pink accented rooms with a generous anchor of black and graphite, just like this smart 110 square metre family home interior, designed and visualised by Interior Workshop.

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