The ability to not only design how a sleek, modern home will look but also create a visualization that brings the space to life is a rare talent. The five homes featured here are all from the team of creative and skilled visualizers at Iqosa. Each space is so vibrant and elegant that it may as well be real. Take a look inside these simple, stylish homes and see for yourself.
The first home uses natural materials to create a particularly warm atmosphere within the space. Natural wood grain paneling covers the kitchen cabinetry and extends onto the ceiling above for a unique, enveloping effect. Other accents include a natural stone column, dense shag area rugs, and minimalist wire sculpted light fixtures. The interplay of these simple materials and their rich textures create a unique and overall interesting space.
The next space takes some of those same natural elements and turns them into a home that has a bit more edge to it. Vertical wood paneling makes you feel as if you are actually settled into a copse of trees while rich, dark tones in concrete and olive add a certain special decadence.
The third home takes the neutral color palette to its highest heights. Chocolate brown, clean creams, and simple beige all mingle together in this classy design. The superb neutral tones offer a backdrop for an electric pop of color in the bedroom with an awesome sapphire blue headboard drawing focus and inviting you in for a nap.
The neutrals in the next home take a more gray slant but otherwise have largely the same calming effect. The textures in this space are once again quite notable, with smooth walls, hardwood floors, rich rugs and gently tufted sofas. The bedroom is almost in a world of its own in this home with an elegant and romantic canopy design that includes creative hanging lights. The tone might be neutral but the effect is not.
The final space is a bit more raw and urban that the other designs, with exposed brick take a center stage. It is easy to tell that the home is a bit smaller and the ultra simple elements all around, from a simple bedframe to a molded dining chairs, keeps the space from feeling too closed in.