These beautiful Balinese villas show off a lush tropical lifestyle that will have you dreaming of a sun drenched getaway. But before you start searching for your passport, take a moment to enjoy the gorgeous architecture, lavish interiors and green landscaping that this collection of four holiday home designs has to offer. Get set to explore a modern tropical abode under great undulating rafters, a traditional fine wood and thatch villa, a crisp property exterior with a dark heart, and an elegant jungle villa with warm orange and green accents. Let’s not overlook the alluring swimming pools that each place is set around too, along with fish filled ponds with meditative vibes.

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Muted shades of red and green root the modern interior design schemes of these four city apartments. Green and red might not be an obvious choice, as at the brightest end of the spectrum the two hues loudly clash. However, in the humble muted tones employed by these interior palettes, the red and green combination is one that melds and flows, and is deliciously warming. Plenty of crisp white and mellow grey areas keep the colour story looking current and airy, along with modern furniture and on trend materials. Home number four gives a final shake up of the look, with fluorescent red accents that divert attention away from their sage canvas, and compete with exciting beats of blue.

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The mid century modern style can be introduced to any room with a single piece of retro furniture or a specific fabric print, but sometimes it’s more fun to go the whole hog. These three home designs not only employ mid century modern furniture, but each piece of wall decor and every floor is selected to accentuate this distinctive aesthetic. They are also illustrative of medium, small and large size properties (respectively) so there is something here to suit every scale. During the home tours we will find inspiration for mid century modern colour palettes, mid century modern style lighting, mirrors, and bookcases, which fill aspirational living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and quirky bathrooms.

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