Interior decor isn’t just aesthetics, it affects how we feel whilst we’re in our homes. When the outer world is hectic or grey with city grime, it pays to create a light and restful space that you’ll love to come home to. The two serene home interiors that we’re exploring here today are designed to put forth a sense of peace via light neutral furnishings and smooth finishes. Modern wall panelling builds a comforting cocoon around airy living spaces, building a soothing atmosphere of safe refuge. We’ll take a look at practical layouts that achieve a stress-free environment for daily life, master bedrooms that promote sleep, and effective cosy lighting schemes.
A wall of wooden storage units makes a smooth and serene backdrop for the open plan living space of our first restful modern home interior.
The open concept is cut into sections by a large comfortable sofa and a crisp modern kitchen island. A
A chaise sofa section creates a subtle visual stop at the end of the lounge area.
In the dining area, a strip of mirror is installed underneath the floating storage cabinets to achieve a light and spacious optical illusion.
The TV wall features an attractive installation of modern wooden wall panels which alternate between a simple smooth finish and a fashionably fluted texture. A slimline media shelf cuts across the light grain.
The finish of the kitchen island ties in with the light stucco kitchen wall and a block of matching base and wall units. Understated wooden counterparts warmly frame the pale stucco effect. Black appliances, a black kitchen faucet, and adjustable track lights make smart contrast.
Another black track light installation makes its way up and over the master bedroom design. A black bedroom pendant light balances out the other side of the room.
Wood panelling neatly encases the window wall, ending at the deep gathers of a plush bedroom drape.
A vertical strip is removed from the upholstered headboard feature wall to make way for a cosy column of mood lighting by the bed.
At the foot of the bed, a dressing table is equipped with an illuminated
The bespoke wardrobe is tucked tidily behind space-saving sliding doors. Built-in shelving houses shoes, small luggage pieces, and bins of out-of-season items.
Recessed spotlights provide the wardrobe with interior lighting.
In the home entryway, a unique modern
A walk-in closet is situated on the opposite side of the front door.
The shower room sports a clean and inviting scheme of cream stucco and warm wood tone. A large
Individual towel bars climb a narrow wall space by the door.
Black shower fixtures darkly contrast with the pale wet wall.
A textured TV wall draws much attention in our second featured home design.
The living room works around a large L-shaped formation, which makes way for a more isolated formal dining area. A
In the kitchen,
Large windows bring in natural light and a serene garden view.
In the home entryway, a textured, racetrack-shaped
Moving up to the master bedroom, a white
A fluted feature wall makes a textural addition behind the headboard.
A wall-mounted vanity unit touches down onto the edge of a floating media unit to create a sleek, stepped effect.