There is a certain desert appeal in this particular space. A neutral, sandy color palette stands in lovely contrast with a turquoise sofa, giving the home the pretty shimmer of a sunset.
In this next space, gray tones manage to take over, with an ombre progression from the kitchen to the living room to the bedroom and finally into the dark gray – nearly black – bathroom. This tonal shift adds a bit of interest and separates the space while staying true to that calming choice of gray.
This next home is an apartment in Kiev with a modern palette that’s quite familiar in Scandinavian styles. Black, white, and bright bumblebee yellow work together to create sophisticated space. This apartment also includes a large graphic feature on the kitchen wall, which adds a bit of fun.
The kids room is also notable for its use of stylish color combinations and hip designs that marry the needs of the child with the desires of the parents.
Playful lighting is a wonderful way to bring comfort and charm to a large living room, as seen here in another Kiev home. The hanging fixtures diffuse light wonderfully for a flattering atmosphere while themselves acting as artistic accents.
The mustard sectional sofa that takes over the majority of the living room in this Kiev apartment gives a distinct nod to the 1960s when this harvest gold was seen just about everywhere. The color itself is not bad when used as a contrast to soft grays and natural hardwood flooring, but it did ruin a good kitchen or two in its heyday.
For a darker feel, this sharky blue interior definitely fits the bill. It is cool and sophisticated throughout, using creative textures in everything from the bedding to the texture wall creations to give sense of artistic wonder to the home.