Futuristic Interior Design


Interior design always having great influence in making the the good mood of you, beside that if you have great design of the interior, you could would stay long in the place since you would feel calm and vanish your tired. Of course you have read a lot of things and information about interior design in the previous articles. Then, let’s see about Futuristic interior design that had not been explored before. By having this futuristic interior design, you could have a new look of the design that would bring the fresh sense in the room. There are  lot of places that has applied this kind of design, such as shops, clubs, bars or others. This kind of design would have ambient neon lighting, white, smooth furniture. Beside that, you could also have another kinds of lighting design that would give you the futuristic design. Then, since it would be modern look of the interior design, you would have steel and glass design that is very suitable to the futuristic design.

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Beside having the futuristic interior design, you should also consider about the accessories and furniture since it has unique and strange shape. Then, for the window design, as you could see from the previous picture, you could see the amazing shape there. Then, this futuristic design could be in the calm or others since it would be your choice. Beside that, this futuristic interior design has geometric and asymmetric shape in the furniture, accessories or the decoration itself.Sometimes, it it thought that white color could bring the bright sense of the room, but you could also have another pattern or painting. Beside that, you could also have the combination color that would be great in your interior design.

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Beside that, you should also have good consideration about the flooring design of the room. Do not let the floor in the plain design. You could have combination color of your flooring design, such as black and white flooring design. Beside that, you could also add the pattern or texture of the flooring design. Then, having carpet with geometric shape would be great thing and it is suited to the futuristic interior design.

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Small Futuristic Interior Design

Small Futuristic Interior Design

In the two previous pictures, you could see that the design seems to be abstract and having the strange style in nowadays look. But, the design looks so magnificent. This would suit you for having this kind of house.

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63 thoughts on “Futuristic Interior Design

  1. Lilyanna.2000

    Beware of any Ikea that requires drawers to remain properly aligned for an image to remain visually — this message brought to you by a Ikea dresser which requires advance constant recalibration of its drawer glides…

  2. Jakob Terrance Darrell P.

    While I a roll of paper towels on the counter, I switched to bar rags about 2 years ago. It now takes about a month to recede through a roll of paper towels. Restaurant supply stores are a source for bar rags that you can in packs of a dozen. These rags are extremely inexpensive, nearly indestructible, environmentally excellent and efficient.The Martha Stewart did a feature on rags vs. paper towels a while assist and her daughter has a trick; she keeps a attractive metal bucket on the floor and puts the dirty rags in there once they are ready for the wash, then she totes the dirty rags en masse to the laundry room.

  3. Eloise Shiloh

    Hmm – is this based on accurate intel or guessing? Benjamin Moore operates a handful (around 100) of stores itself, but recently began a push to “cobrand” with the smaller (as in non-chain) stores that carry its products. In most cases, the owners control, but funding and marketing abet from Benjamin Moore in exchange for using the name.For shop owners struggling to up with Depot and the like, you can imagine why this seems a win-win – particularly since the chains really the muscle on suppliers to work with them exclusively. As it is, Janovic already had to selling Ralph Lauren paints since those are only sold through Depot now. what you learn when you to write a 100-page on the paint industry for your day job?

  4. Ivory Veda Micah Q.

    hey, im not * the guy. again, sorry for opening a can of worms. i live in a that is fairly nice, and is 900 a month. about a quarter of the size, no wood floors, and no nice, high ceilings. i live on the outskirts of ann arbor, an expensive town, but its no chicago. that must be fairly expensive. its fairly unattainable. its probably an underlying jealousy. kathryn, dont this personally. i was bringing up a point. i live in an where i seen dumbshits that bear bentleys, audis, etc as their college car (no joke), so i acquire some distain for people that this of stuff. he holds it together well, it seems its out of a movie. overall, these are honest words, if people are going to so out of shape, maybe we need more outdoors time. i most know what im saying, understand the validity of it, but are getting hung on syntax. my final thoughts (as you needed them….pfff(sarcasm))

  5. Cameron@666

    in mind this depends on the type of wall to wall carpet. It worked best on my tight berber type.Also, the rug can not a rubber or other backing. It must be fiber in for the microfiber in the cloths to grab.Highly recommend testing these towels first, to ensure the towels will grab the smaller rug AND the wall to wall.Solution: Kirkland effect yellow microfiber cleaning cloths. (Here is the online information, if you can them at the warehouse, I they might be cheaper)

  6. Ronnie-Reynaldo

    At my family in Flushing, we grow sweet potato and yam vines to harvest and eat. They are with sautéed in oil, salt, and garlic. Plus, the plants grow so that you can bear 4-5 harvests a season

  7. Maxwell 1980

    @jlwmid we wanted to inset the medicine cabinet, but we had to work around the pipes in the wall…which would the medicine cabinet in an curious (off-center) and decreased the size by half. we capture the begin under the sink, but also, yes– no room for a 24″ cabinet underneath. additionally, the – and – bathtub stopper (you can it under the sink in the pictures) would moved the cabinet left by about 5 inches. we were able to maximize counter by having the legs of the sink extend beyond the metal floor stopper. (hope that makes sense!)

  8. Kaylie1965

    I agree, this is such an tour. I am sometimes disappointed by the tours when I all furniture straight from a catalog I looked at. All the vintage pieces were chosen perfectly. adore it!

  9. Laura Averi E.

    The under counter fridge thing has always been controversial on AT not because different ppl different needs (it goes without saying that a family of, say, four will need more fridge than a single person for example) and they these in but because the assumption by AT seems to be that such a could not exist in its readership.Why else say that an undercounter fridge has more than enough room?A lot of the other recommendations work in general (who could argue against cleaning your windows? or installing lighthing in your closets? as long as you the funds and permission to it) but determining how grand fridge anyone needs is far outside of the realm of the other decluttering generalities that we know.Another example: Most people would agree that getthing rid of any clothes or shoes that you not in the last year or so (maybe even 6 months) is advice but telling someone to rid of a larger fridge to replace it with a smaller one does not even allow for the assessment of needs that the purging of clothing and shoes necessarily entials.Why is it prudent to assess needs when purging a closet but not when downsizing a fridge?

  10. Greta1992

    Interestingly, a lot of these points are in line with public health on city planning and development (nerdy doctor over here – we learned about city planning and its impact on health in our public health curriculum at med school!)There is research in public health that developments such as estates of cul-de-sac streets and a lack of community spaces, local shopping/business districts, and schools and other public amenities (i.e. uses and diversity, above) promote the of cars, rather than walking. They also not foster the interaction of neighbours.Anecdotally, I this is true! I spent several years living in inner-city Sydney (the older areas of the city). Each suburb tends to be centred around a high street containing shops, a assert station, bus stops, parks, and cafes. People in these suburbs tended to dash a lot, even if to grab their morning coffee and drag to the bus stop. In contrast, there is the suburban sprawl of the city I grew up in, where the bus system was poor, a lot of people lived in cul-de-sac estates, the stations were tucked away in quieter areas of each suburb, and the “town centre” was a mall a 5-10min drive away. In that area, people drove more and seemed to less interaction with their neighbours. It also “outsources” a lot of services/shops. Rather than ducking down to the local café for a drink on Saturday morning, or to the local shop to up groceries, we tended to drive to the ample mall, chubby of chain-stores and devoid of imagination, and where profits were presumably largely leaving the community, into the pockets of the big chains that could afford rent in such a centre!

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