Outfitting a room with your signature style can seem like a challenge if you don’t yet know what sort of look you want. We’re here to help! We’ve curated some attractive and charming interior design ideas for every room of the home. There’s a lot of room inspiration out there with many styles to consider. Are you more interested in a sleek modern feel or a farmhouse vibe? Go with your gut and choose pieces, be it furniture to accents, that express your inner style goddess. These 25 beautifully designed rooms represent the best of the best and should help inspire you in one direction. There are some rules for interior design but the most important is to create a space that makes you and your family happy when you’re in it.
After that moody living/dining room, this modest dining area is a breath of fresh air. While the majority of the room features neutral colors, the pop of orange on the dining chairs and the gold finishes really help warm it up.
A Coastal Foyer
This breezy classic look is quintessential beach design. If you’re after an entrance hall that feels open and inviting, don’t overfill and crowd the room with too much. This space has just enough decor while still allowing it to breathe.
This massive room is thoughtfully filled with furniture that maximizes its functionality. Take a look at the custom bench in smooth, green velvet. While most of us aren’t going to be hosting parties for dozens of guests at a time all too often, a space like this would be ideal for it.
Let treasured items inspire your scheme. A colorful travel poster is the inspiration for the tropical palette of this coral and green accented scheme. The coral-colored pendant is the perfect splash of pink to help give this space life.
If you’ve got the budget to go all out, by all means, do it up! This elegant kitchen feels both modern and timeless. Take a look at the hood over the range. The wood beam brings sophistication and warmness to this otherwise grey-dominated kitchen.
Chill Living Room
If clutter makes you shudder, take a look at this very easygoing living room design. A stylish sectional provides ample amount of seating with minimal fuss. The vertical, metal room divider gives the illusion of containment while still feeling open.
Smallish rooms like this one and the one above benefit from a monochromatic scheme without a tone of busyness, which can make the room feel smaller. While there are some metal and leather accents here, the majority of the room is outfitted with white and light grey.
If you’re not afraid of living boldly, consider getting imaginative in how rooms are divided. A wall of cubbies for box planters was a choice! While the space is dominated by cool colors, the vertical peach stripe and warm wood tones help balance things out.
Blue and white is a classic, sophisticated combination that brings a very French provincial feel to any room. Take a look at the clawfoot tub that marries both colors in the same piece. The wallpaper carries through the blue while still appearing light and bright.
Three cheers for the book nook! A cozy hideaway for reading books and relaxing is essential. If your home has the space for it, consider creating a cozy oasis in a corner.
It’s not often you find a home office decked out in pastels, but here, it’s beautifully done. The beige and grey that feels a touch dark is brightened by the gold accents and, of course, the stars of this room, the two blush pink chairs.
For some, proper balance in interior design helps bring peace to the mind. This modern yet cozy living room is a perfect example as its characterized by pairings of the same furniture. Two armchairs bulky and fun armchairs balance the softness of the ottoman and sectional.
How would you feel walking into this bedroom after putting the kids to bed? We want to fall fast-first into that comfy-looking bed. The oversized “headboard” maximizes the space and makes this bedroom looks even bigger than it already is.
In this bright kitchen with white cabinets, the starkness is balanced by the inclusion of Carolina blue accents like the barstools and paint color underneath the island bar. This kitchen is oozing with Southern charm and would be the heart of any home.
Lots O’ Pops
Color lifts the mood. Here, a designer has included plenty of it in the pendant lighting, accent furniture, and wall decor. They’ve taken care not to overdo it and the result is cheerful.
While bright colors sparkle, moody hues feel warm and cozy. This is especially true if you live in a colder region where stark white can make a cold day feel even chillier. Here, we find the richness of grey, brown, and black all harmonizing together.
A Touch Industrial
If you’re looking to bring the outdoors in, consider an industrial design that makes an interior feel like the natural world. The exposed brick walls and plenty of houseplants do the majority of cozying this otherwise metal and stone-dominated space.
If you’re after a kitchen that feels big and American but nods to European design styles, consider going mod. This kitchen features tons of counter space which is very functional and clean-looking. The colorful pendants over the bar and the lighting beneath it help brighten up this windowless space.
For some, a design this busy is going to be a no-go. However, we find the powder room is the perfect space to go a little wild with. Here, pink is the name of the game and in case that wasn’t clear, the designer included wall art to punctuate it.
Here’s another bold room with tons of character that’s going to make a minimalist cringe. Blue, gold, and white all shine here. If you like rooms with plenty of eye-catching furnishings, go all out, but stick to a handful of colors that all complement one another.
We’re not sure how we feel about a plant at the foot of the bed, but the visual appeal is undeniable. The floor and ceiling are classic, but the furnishings are updated to give the space a younger, hip feel.
If you’re into art deco, eat your heart out. This extremely glamorous living room features vintage furniture and a chandelier that would make Gatsby swoon. Or… you know what we mean. We did not know we needed life-size ceramic dogs in our lives until this moment.
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel when decorating your home. Classics are called such for a reason. Botanical patterns in the fabrics and decor help bring this stately room life.
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For the View
If you’re decorating a beach house or after that sort of style, light is key. This room was designed with the view in mind and capitalized on it by not obstructing it in any way. Low profile furniture helps to give the room even more height and the view more grandeur.
Yes, you can design your bathroom in the style of a chic European flat. We’re firm believers that a chandelier or pendant helps make the coldness of a tile-dominated bathroom warm. This stunning room is extremely small but feels grand thanks to smart design choices, namely, the glass-encased shower.
There you go! 25 exquisitely design rooms that showcase a variety of styles to inspire your own interior design. Be bold! Be brave! Be you.
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