New home, new design opportunities. In fact, with a fresh build, you can experiment all you like. One recent client couple wanted two worlds. One part transitional and part eclectic Scandinavian. As a result, their new home interior design is tailored to a T. Read on to see the unbelievable result!
The Challenge: New Construction Interior Design
A new house is not only an exciting prospect but also quite the interior design challenge. That said, a complete design allows the interior designer to take full rein and create a bespoke and cohesive interior. For this project, the brief was thorough and included a few challenges, namely:
- Include stylish recliners and mismatched furniture in the lounge
- Pick a low, long hearth below a media center with flanking built-in shelving
- Design a cozy and inviting luxury kitchen and moody dining room
- Create a dreamy walk-in-closet for the master suite
- Tailor fit a sauna into the master bath design
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Inspiration for the New Home Interiors
The clients didn’t know which color scheme they wanted yet. Nevertheless, their inspiration gallery leaned toward contrast with enhancing cool shades. The new construction ideas mixed mountain-chic, contemporary farmhouse, and moody glam interior design. Dining room ideas merge with open concept living rooms to set the tone for a cozy hub.
Moodboard & New House Interior Design
So, the clients had many interior design ideas, but what was next? First, they filled in a style questionnaire. This pins their style and helps refine the project scope. Then they had a consultation with Decorilla’s team. And with all the info, Decorilla could select two top-tier interior designers to create proposals for the new home interiors.
After the first steps, it was up to the clients to pick their favorite design concept. And it was the moodboard by Wanda P. that stole the show. Her ideas include a refreshing earthy palette mixed with a touch of teal and contrasting blacks. As a result, the proposed look is soothing and exudes calming coastal and mountain vibes.
New Home Interiors Result
A once blank canvas now exudes personality. The new home interior boasts a vibrant design that is both interesting and inviting. Moreover, each room is distinct yet works well in the greater scheme. Overall, it’s contemporary, slightly eclectic yet timeless and every space feels luxurious.
Open Concept Living
The cohesive design radiates outward from the home’s core, its open concept living space. A sweeping lounge binds together the kitchen and breakfast area, dining room, and flows into the home office nearby. Lighting above and rugs underneath designate each zone and anchors them into place.
Great Room in the Mountains
The living room is the primary entertainment and relaxation space. Reminiscent of a modern cabin in the mountains, its A-frame ceiling and exposed wood beams give true character. Its structure also boasts a wall of picture and transom windows. This combination maximizes indoor-outdoor harmony and emphasizes the breathtaking view.
An eclectic meets transitional style adorns the space. Deep cushions and an emerald hue put the sofa in the spotlight, while the Moroccan carpet echoes the natural color of the stone. The setting has an organic feel as a result. Dark accents from the recliners, pair of table lamps, and painted built-in shelves add depth and definition.
Bright Family Kitchen
Off the living room, sits a roomy kitchen and breakfast nook. White shaker cabinets with retro pulls give a warming farmhouse air. They also frame the great window, highlighting the outdoors once again. Similarly, a casual dining area is beside great glass doors, showing off the exterior.
The kitchen features two islands, a trendy design feature in past years. Their teal color complements the white scheme and the many wood elements. They also provide extra storage, a modish breakfast bar, and a neat prep area. Black accentuates this space too. Namely, in the form of the soapstone countertop, bar chairs, and pendant trio.
Moody Dining Room
An archway leads to the dining room and sets an air of exclusivity. The darker color scheme also motivates the intimate vibe. Details fill the entire space – from black paneled walls to a quartz pendant to the hand-stitched rug. It’s a beautiful space perfect for leisurely dinners. Moreover, contemporary seating and a custom table provide a stunning space for spending some time.
Masculine Home Office
Adjacent to the dining room is an equally attractive home office. Here black saturates the walls and makes a strong base for the new construction interior design. Built-in shelves provide ample storage in the space-smart interior, plus they show off two fish tanks. The green background also adds a natural look.
Contemporary Laundry & Mudroom
The new house also features a chic laundry/mudroom interior design. It has a design edge thanks to its stone herringbone floor tiles, green cabinetry, and captivating hexagon tile. It’s neat, fully equipped, and a pleasure to use.
Night’s Sky Game Room
Fun ideas go sleek in this entertainment space. For one, it has a black ceiling that causes a low-ceiling effect, making the space feel snug. It not only has all the bells and whistles of a typical game room but also feels impeccable. A cozy, ample movie nook features super plush and soft seating plus a generous rug to make it feel luxurious.
Additionally, the L-shaped room includes a compact bar, round dining table, and pool area. The same green hue of the rest of the interior also features here. It binds the look with the rest of the new home interior. Lighting also acts as a unifying element throughout the house design.
Master Bedroom Suite
The neutral bedroom is undeniably earthy. Suede covers the feature of the opposite walls of the A-frame interior. It brings an irresistible tactile quality plus a dark and warming backdrop. The light-colored furniture looks beautifully defined against the moody hue.
While two large black doors lead to a walk-in closet at the one end of the room, at the other twin armchairs make the most of the stone fireplace. The sauna and spa-like bathroom connect to this area.
Roomy Walk-in Closet
The clients always wanted a grand walk-in closet and this design brings one with magnetism. A custom wall-to-wall leopard print carpet is certainly unforgettable. Plus it adds such a fun twist. His-and-her drawers, shelves, and closet space provide ample room for neat organization. Jewelry cabinets also keep everything where it needs to be.
Master Bathroom with Sauna
Green marble turns the bathroom into a one-of-a-kind interior. Frameless glass lets this focal point stand out even more. In addition, the shower has twin shower heads that contrast the soft green hue. This space also features a sauna next to the shower, compact but comfortable.
Yet, it’s not only the shower and sauna that are stunning. In fact, the freestanding tub calls for longer soaks admiring the view. On the opposite side, twin cabinets bring structure while backlit mirrors add a contemporary touch to the new home.
Online Shopping List
Each step of creating a home just gets easier with Decorilla. Fortunately, online shopping is no different. In fact, your Decorilla designer selects all the products you need to pull off the design at home and adds them to your shopping list. This meant the clients could purchase everything they needed for their new home all in one place. It also comes with an implementation guide and trade-exclusive discounts.
Favorite Picks for New Home Interiors
Whether you want top trends or classics in your new home, you can create an incredible interior design. It’s easy to make an impact! If you liked the look of this project, use our top picks below to guide your own.
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