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Britain’s most aspirational interior designs revealed

Created: 21/01/2016

It is every homeowner’s dream to decorate their home to the highest of standards, creating unique interior designs that will leave guests green with envy. Home interior design platform Houzz has now revealed the best of the best after naming the most followed and shared aspirational images on its image board, giving budding interior enthusiasts an overwhelming amount of ideas for 2016.

 

Houzz have honoured the builders and architects behind the images with a Best Of Houzz Award for their jaw-dropping designs. Although top fashion brands such as Versace and Fendi are starting to emerge as the top inspirational interior designers, it seems a more casual vibe is highly desired when it comes to colour scheme and furniture. Here are the designs that have been hailed as the top interiors of 2016:

 

Creative Comfort

 

9.8K shares and ‘follows’.

This Cheshire barn conversion is minimalistic, but still boasts comfort with the furniture and fireplace being the centre piece for relaxation. The design was done by Janey Butler Interiors and has a calming colour scheme of blue, grey and brown.

 

 

 

Wooden Delight 

 

3.8K shares and ‘follows’.

The panelling and colours created by the timber wood are very eye-catching and used to great effect around this contemporary house in the New Forest. The square and rectangular cutting gives it a crisp look against the water of the lake, designed by Nigel Brigden.

 

 

 

 

 

Waste not, Want not

 

2.5K shares and ‘follows’.

This impressive creation in Richmond upon Thames utilises phenomenal unwanted space and imagination and has enabled a contrast between traditional London living and modern luxury. A great way to not only add value to your property, but adding space for family home or a working office. 

 

 

 

Angular Instincts

 

1.2K shares and ‘follows’.

Magnolia cottage has utilised the panelling and beams in their spacious shower room to create an impressive bathroom structure. The contrast between the dark wood and marble is a neutral yet warming approach to bathroom design, something commonly seen in living and kitchen areas. The contemporary space was created by Turner Builders, in the North West. 

 

 

 

Traditional Approach

2K shares and ‘follows’.

This heart-warming design all the way from Scotland accompanies the traditional Scottish tartan theme. The coral and cream colour scheme are perfect against the backdrop of the garden and the lighting is a great contrast to the modern chandelier that you may currently see in inspired interior design images. Designed by Lally Walford Interiors.

 

 

 

If these designs have given you the motivation and inspiration to get cracking on your next home design project, be sure to contact handyman services for a professional and affordable helping hand.

 

Image Credit: Charlotte Holmes (Flickr.com)



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