Like many design obsessives, we, at The House Of Things share a profound admiration for breath-taking interiors. As we bring in 2016, here’s a compendium of arty and visually striking living spaces that provide ample inspiration to all those seeking it. From grand hotel suites in New York City to vintage Parisian apartments, here’s plenty to love!
The use of pastels and room for ample sunlight give this cosy, charming space a very Mediterranean vibe.
Nature inspired modern designs by Damien Langlois-Meurrine epitomizes French elegance with an artisanal touch.
Cuban design legend Orlando Diaz-Azcuy combines sensual accents with clean-lined modernist style.
Mixing patterns is no child’s play, but Greg Natale teaches us a thing or two about dramatic interiors.
Using mid-century pieces to contemporary effect, this 19th century Berlin building combines round sofas with lithe lamp stands to create a contrast.
An admirer of layered luxury, interior designer Robert Passal uses dark accents to accentuate elegance.
1stdibs founder, Michael Bruno’s sitting room is punctuated by a 1970s leather sofa and complementing chairs.
Featuring clean architectural lines, rich wood and a chic palette of crisp white hues, it is a modern, tranquil interpretation of Ralph Lauren’s love of seaside living.
Ralph Lauren Home encapsulates the sleek, urban refinement of a glass-encased room through a mix of wood, smooth leather and steel. A minimal palette of charcoal, black and white makes it more affected.
A welcoming synthesis of refined and rustic, this space captures the inspired lifestyle of the urban sophisticate.