If you are a total sucker for classy interior designs and decorations, this post is going to be one of your favorite things on the Internet. There is actually a subreddit where people submit some of the most stunning rooms that they have ever been to.
The criteria for image submission is clear and simple. The images must be high in quality, beautiful, and memorable. So far, people have submitted so many different images of rooms and they are all beautiful. Like the secluded cabin in the forest, clocktower in Brooklyn, and more. If you want to treat your eyes with something beautiful and soothing, scroll down, and thank us later.
#1 Simple But Gorgeous. Trabzon-Turkey
To understand what makes a room visually appealing, cozy, and comfortable, we talked to Luke Arthur Wells. He is a content creator, stylist, and designer. He said “no matter how good a room looks, if you haven’t got the basics right including the spatial planning and the flow of the space, you won’t enjoy using it and you’ll want to change it again quickly,” he said. “The details, such as ensuring there’s enough room between furniture and walls and doors for you to traverse the space, or getting the layout of your kitchen appliances right so that you can cook efficiently, don’t necessarily have to have a negative bearing on the aesthetic of the room.”
#2 Would Love To Spend A Rainy Afternoon Here
“This part is more creative and less measured than the functional aspect of the space,” Wells said. “It’s about creating a space that reflects you and offers a sanctuary from the outside world when you need it. While functionality is at the core of a scheme, that doesn’t mean that you can’t opt for objects that contribute to the aesthetic more than they fit the purpose of the space.”
#3 My Hotel Room In Japan
“If you can get function and form to meet, then that’s great design, but I think you need to strike a compromise between the two when they’re in conflict. No space is going to be completely perfection function-wise and you may have to shift away from your dream scheme if it means your space is going to be less usable.”
“Of course, there are design styles where form and function sit perfectly together,” Wells added. “The Bauhaus movement, which has seen a style revival over the last few years, prioritized function over form in furniture design, but now these designs are coveted more for their good looks than their functional nature.”