25 Apartments interior decorating ideas

Fun Fair Home Decor

This apartment in Marseille, France is adorned with an array of playful items and toys. Its 80 sqm are a veritable treasure trove for young and old: old toys, pieces of armory, a collection of robots and other childish treasures transformed the interiors into an incredible playground.

Bring the carnival into your home by adding a big toy like a mechanical helicopter, robots and other big kids items to add some fun and whimsy to your home! Let’s start in the lounge room.

helicopter carnival style living room

The wall is decorated with a myriad of fun fair targets . The assembly, linear at first,  breaks down into a happy cloud!

funfare deco



The dining room – the perfect mixture of raw rustic furniture with a vast collection of robots.



robot on the wall

A truly eclectic mix of elements in the kitchen, the old and the new weaved together in an atmosphere of fun. Loving the retro cash register on the bench.

eclectic kitchen fun

A piece of science fiction thrown in the mix with the metal skull of the famous Terminator: a collector’s item that will delight film lovers!

terminator skull authentic

horse carousel and boot lamp

Behind the glass walls is a very original bedroom for the parents. The bed is arranged on a wooden platform under which is a cabin built for kids. The decorating emphasis on red is particularly charming when you read the sign that warns of fire above the bed! In front of the bed is an army of robots.


The parents platform bed becomes a hidden playhouse for the children.

cabin bedroom

A look inside the playhouse.


A very urban and humorous bathroom composed of industrial valves, metal bowls and aluminium panels.


industrial bathroom


Minimal Masculine Design

The beautiful Schöneberg, Berlin apartment of photographer Magnus Reed. This apartment has a very cool vibe, a simple, reduced, masculine atmosphere. Very charming with stunning parquet floors and rustic walls.

via www.freundevonfreunden.com/interviews/magnus-reed

Salon Rouge

From Vogue Living Nov/Dec 2010 designed by Iain Halliday of architectural & interior design firm Burley Katon Halliday. The two bedroom apartment is located in Sydney’s Potts Point.

It’s just amazing what you can do with a predominantly white and red color theme. Amazing large slabs of marble on the floors and the use of damask patterns throughout the home help contribute to the glamorous feel of this home.





Rustic and Turquoise

Loving this super rustic warehouse style apartment with splashes of Turquoise.

via www.beachstudios.co.uk

Humlegården Apartment

Talk about trippy floors, this is an amazing original project created by Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter. All the color is in the parquetry, walls and frames; by contrast all furniture is kept a stark white. Here is what the architects say about this wonderful work:

Oversized and multicoloured parquet flooring.

Departing from the interior use of colour and pattern developed by Swedish artists and architects like Carl Larsson and Josef Frank, this apartment also relates directly to it’s setting overlooking Humlegården park, where the greenery outside changes with the season. From winter grey and black, to bright and deep green in summer, to orange, red and yellow during autumn.