It’s about time to push color boundaries and overhaul your space, turning it into a dark interior design you never want to leave!
Right here you’ll see how white walls are taking a backseat in relation to moody hues.
The first ambiance we’ll introduce you is Maison du Danemark!
Located in Paris and designed by GamFratesi, here you’ll be offered a fine-dining experience called Copenhague.
Surrounded by dark blue walls, this restaurant has contemporary items coordinated with classic mid-century Danish pieces.
Full of character, Copenhague embodies a classic Danish setting fused with a Parisian aesthetic.
Paired with grey and black detailing, this restaurant offers a moody yet interesting experience.
Look at that suspension lamp. An incredible lighting feature that adds a dramatic touch to the environment.
Inside the New Maxburg, a modernist building in Munich, we find The Herzog Bar & Restaurant.
Designed by Build Inc Architects, be delighted by this contemporary and dark space.
This bar restaurant highlights the use of brass, which has been back recently.
In order to guide its visitors through the space, the Swiss architects decided to add a set of “brass veins” running along the floor and the walls.
Being specialized in restaurant interiors, Build Inc selected modern-looking materials, standing out the brass elements, which are reflected in the columns, walls, bar and ceiling. In fact, this significant detail looks great with that color scheme.
La Granja Ibiza, designed by Armin Fischer, is a converted old stone farmhouse, which offers ritualistic activities to its guests.
“In a world where travel and hotels are surrounded by technology, extravagant comforts and unnecessary distractions, La Granja encourages guests to return to the basics: modesty, rustic simplicity, and the beauty of imperfection,” said Fischer.
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Having as motto “less is more”, this resort has dark painted walls, distressed wooden furniture and antique baths, defending a “back to basics” appearance.
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