Airy Interiors Styled With Standout Furniture & Wall Treatments

Standout furniture and unique wall treatments add uber-stylish moments to these five airy home interiors. Layouts are succinct and practical but fascinating silhouettes create a feast for the eyes. Amongst this set of five inspirational spaces, we’ll take a look at a rippling TV wall treatment that morphs into a sculptural form. There are sliding slatted shutters that exaggerate the lofty heights of a living room, and a glossy ceiling treatment set into a room of tactile, curved edges. Rounded recesses glimmer with bronze in an impressive home entryway, and fluted gypsum makes intriguing waves. Statement sofas, chairs, coffee tables, and storage units punctuate each room with special moments of visual pleasure.

Visualizer: Tako Group  

A unique modern sofa with a tiered backrest draws interest at the center of this living space. A low coffee table dips in front, leaving the sitting area open and spacious. A matching stone side table elegantly punctuates the arrangement.

A sculptural TV mount makes an attention-grabbing statement in the living room dining room combo. Flat glossy panels fold into ripples around the corner of the room. LED backlighting creates a lightweight, floating effect.

Raw concrete screed smooths over the living room floor. Cool gray walls make a laconic backdrop.

Behind the gray living room sofa, an unusual light fitting falls above a formal dining area. Its textured, spherical shades orbit the eating area like a solar system of alien planets and moons.

A rounded rectangle dining table ties in with the spherical dining room chandelier. Curved dining chairs add warm shades of beige and brown to the gray decor scheme.

Tall slatted shutters draw closed across enormous living room windows, filtering out direct sunlight. When opened, the dramatically dark shutters reveal a shimmering view of the swimming pool and surrounding forest.

A modern wine decanter and unique wine glasses are grouped with wooden bowls to fashion a dining table centerpiece.

Beyond the formal dining area, the kitchen island is furnished with distinctive kitchen bar stools to create a breakfast bar.

The hob is installed up front on the island countertop, while the kitchen sink is tucked away in the back

A striking kitchen extractor unit extends along the length of the dining island to achieve visual balance.

Visualizer: Dehaus Concept  

The second home in our inspirational gallery is a large apartment with an eye-catching ceiling. Glossy wood effect cladding spans the length and width of the sitting area, grasped within a framework of rounded soffits.

A large area rug balances out the darkness of the ceiling with a saturated charcoal colorway. A freeform mirrored coffee table design spills a puddle of light across its center.

A channel tufted sofa ties in with the ribbed texture of the area rug.

The TV wall is clad with fractured, wood-effect paneling. A brick-red lounge chair adds a sudden burst of color in front of the dark wood grain.

The fractured wall paneling is roundly scooped into a tower of display shelving beside the formal dining area. This illuminated column of shelving serves as a visual anchor for the eating area. Six modern dining chairs are curled into an unusual, contemporary form.

A textured backsplash shakes up the walnut L-shaped kitchen.

Visualizer: Yulia Lipatova  

This living room is neatly clad with ribbed wall panels, which break apart around a custom-cut full-length mirror. A round rug disrupts the linearity of the decor scheme.

A deep blue couch curves around the edge of the room, creating a single, standout moment of color. See more inspiration for a blue couch living room.

White marble coffee tables nest down in front, smoothly sliding one over the other in a freeform arrangement.

A formal dining area stands between the sofa and A luxe marble TV wall. Plush, pale gray, upholstered dining chairs encircle a black pedestal dining table. An antique brass sputnik chandelier stretches the full diameter of the modern dining set.

An antique brass extractor unit adds aged luster to the modern kitchen installation.

The hallway features a series of gray wall panels and doors, situated around a beautiful marble floor treatment.

Inverted columns are lined with an antique brass finish, creating metallic coves for a chic suspension lamp and a sleek marble plinth.

Visualizer: Atom M Studio  

In this city apartment, a low coffee table lines up with a distinctive modern sofa design.

A slimline living room floor lamp shines reading light above the low-level couch. A slatted room divider shares light between the sitting area and the kitchen.

The living room rug lays an island of texture beneath the sofa and coffee table.

Side tables pull up close to the couch, adding slender height to the furniture arrangement.

Upholstered kitchen bar stools tuck underneath the breakfast bar.

A linear suspension light illuminates the kitchen island countertop.

Matt gun metal gray appliances boldly interrupt a wall of wooden cabinets.

Visualizer: Alexandra Shirokova  

Our final featured home interior was designed to promote calm. Wooden elements connect the homeowner with nature to reduce feelings of stress. A fluted gypsum focal wall creates tranquil ripples, highlighted by modern wall sconces.

Sculptural chaise lounge chairs and a stylish side table form the perimeter of the seating area.

Two arched lounge chairs rest by the living room window.

A curious coffee table design surges at the heart of the layout.

The bedroom and living area are united by a wide, open doorway. The bedroom is privately tucked from view of the living space by the L-shaped floor plan. A modern console table and modern art fashion a visual pitstop between the two zones.

Inside the bedroom, a full length mirror makes a freeform pool of reflected light.

A wall-mounted unit adds storage behind the upholstered bed.

Suspended wardrobes create a spacious look.

Floor plan.

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