A retro living room with lots of storage
Colour-filled, sleek and geometric shaped, this modern space feels like a small hotel room from the 50s. It’s a living room where everything has its dedicated place – you can throw anything in, it will still look organised! The grey sofa adds calm to the energy, where home becomes a playground for work, exercise and more.
Guest bed with a cool and cosy feel
A stylish sofa suddenly becomes a comfy bed for your overnight friends. By adding cosy and experiemental lighting into the sleeping area mixed with textiles and colours, will give you a modern take on a retro look. Voilá! A living room transformed into a guest room.
Eclectic pieces and invisible storage for every day
The sleek wall cabinets in dark grey help you to store away clutter and personal items, as well as providing clear areas for work, play and everything in between. Mix in a yellow wall and a quirky lamp to enjoy a warm and passionate layering to the clean living room.
A stylish blast from the past
Arrange a still life with several glass vases that look just as good with flowers – as they do without. Subtle colours, round shapes and beautiful patterns becomes a personal spot bursting with calm that suit a bold decor.
Elevate your study setup with a surprising look
Get playful with a small space by arranging furniture in unexpected ways, and use the walls with added storage, like these modular, creativity-ready open cabinets in walnut effect. By leaving some gap between the cubes, you’ll get an airy feel and space for extra display area.
Turn your living room into a temporary gym
You don’t need a massive space to create a serene home gym you’ll actually use. Despite nestled behind a curtain, this nook packs all essentials into a single wall designated for wellness storage. Painted walls and bold details make for a sunny work out session, pillows, rugs and lighting for soft calm.
Happy yellow hues and living with intent
Believe it or not, but mid-century vibes can look very modern. Bold colours on armchair, lamp and textiles mixed with neutral hues like grey on large furniture set a jazzy yet elegant mood. Lots of storage – both hidden and open for display – allow for many activities in a limited space.