reclaimthesoul

THIS BLOG IS DEDICATED TO INTERIOR DESIGNS embracing VINTAGE AND RECLAIMED MATERIALS

Here the designer has used the colour black to manage to tie in the use of new and old resulting in a interior thats understated but stylish!

 

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Using different mix and match of styles, but it still works

 

 

Maybe deign shouldn’t stop with interiors? This is an example of using beautiful dresses as part of the interior.

 

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Using clothes to tie in the celling and bed

It’s in the detail.

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Great layering of colours and textures.

 

 

A night in with some friends with a glass of wine or two…

 

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Modern moroccan vibe

There seems to be a new trend people building themselves sheds at the bottom of the garden, imagine what you could do with that extra space!

Indoor sanctuary opening out to lush garden

I found this image originally in Elle Decoration Magazine.

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A sophisticated space that manages to be interesting eclectic at the same time

This image is from a nice website called www.interiorsbystudiom.com

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Not really my taste but it works, it’s so original.

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This space has been designed with a sense of humour.

 

 

Brave! But for some reason it works.

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A cafe with ‘vinyl flooring of local map printed on it’ and wallpaper of flamingos

 

 

A fine example of using an old rustic space and adding a fun contemporary edge to it

 

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A rustic space that has been lifted into modernity by painting the chairs in funky bright colours

 

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