This myriad of modern home interiors inspiration, snapped up out of the portfolio of Bauhaus Architects & Associates, covers all areas of the home: kitchens, dining areas, living rooms, the home office, bathrooms and the bedroom. We love the simple color schemes, slick furniture selections and cool comprehensive layouts, so lets take a look at what makes these rooms tick.
We’re starting off with this large bedroom scheme, which showcases custom-built bedroom storage solutions around its perimeter. To accommodate a longer run of closet space, the contemporary bed has been moved away from the main wall, and instead a floating headboard wall has been created with a sheet of thick perspex.
The use of this clear material allows light to flow through onto the closets so that clothing choices can be made in natural light, and also allows the homeowner to continue to watch the television on the opposite side whilst getting dressed.
In an alternative scheme for the same space, a solid headboard wall privately sections off moodily lit closets, giving an atmospheric look.
More clever lighting instances over on the open shelving unit make artwork of personal belongings.
This eclectic scheme offers a more laid-back approach to bedroom design.
A floating staircase cuts through this sophisticated open plan space without stealing focus.
This floating vanity unit and toilet make the floor area of this smart bathroom scheme appear much larger than its actual proportions. Interestingly, the bathtub is located within the shower cubicle in this layout, keeping both the major wash items in one screened-off splash zone.
A soft yet masculine bedroom scheme is achieved using taupe furniture and a pale gray textured feature wall.
Strong brown and black furniture adds weight to an open plan white home.
Tiny splashes of just one color can lift a scheme dramatically.
Texture can also add wow factor, such as in deep pile rugs and extruded feature walls.
An awkward shaped nook has been cleverly transformed into a private home office space here, with the introduction of a simple shelving unit.