Precious Interior Detailing

Precious Interior Detailing

We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

This superb set of interior design visualizations, by designer Asaf Bakhshiyev, of Baku, Azerbaijan, displays magical detailing along with a great understanding for small spaces and the shared living areas present in todays modern homes.

  • 1 |
Unexpected architectural interest is created in the irregular curve of the doorway between the hall and the living room, featuring circular cutouts that capture tiny vignettes of the room as you draw nearer. A mirror with complimentary elliptical shapes flanks the left side to continue the theme along the full length of the space.

  • 2 |
As you enter the living space, segregated shelving nooks hung at different height levels decorate a plain wall, echoing the stunning undulating muli-bulb lighting feature that zones one lounge area from another.

  • 3 |

  • 4 |

  • 5 |
This narrow living room is furnished to provide every bit of storage and style that can be spread out over a larger lounge without appearing overcrowded or unkempt, and instead appears as a little jewel of the home.

  • 6 |

  • 7 |
A shared children’s room provides each sibling with a feeling of ones own space by the incorporation of a dividing shelf unit between the sleeping areas. Each child can have a zone of their own whilst the rest of the room remains a communal play area, where the cheerful colors are pulled together in a multicolored deep pile rug to provide a comfortable lounging place to spread out toy collections.

  • 8 |

Get Free Updates by Email Or Facebook


  • 9 |

  • 10 |

  • 11 |

Share it on any of the social media channels below to give us your vote.

Watch the video: A Pretty Normal Interior Detail, But Its Satisfying! (July 2022).


  1. Edmund

    What words ... super, great idea

  2. Mer

    I would say nothing, well, not everything, in general, not bad

  3. Nabar

    And anyway I need to go

  4. Rypan

    Well, you are going too far. I do not agree, this cannot be, we cannot allow this to happen. Straight a storm arose in my soul. Yesterday I read about the frequent accidents of airliners, they write that now they fall 12 times more often than 20 years ago. They say that cars are to blame, and computers, of course, too, but it seems to me that they used to fly differently earlier, I mean less often. Ie, the statistics are misinterpreting or the reporters added something on their own.

  5. Alhrick

    In my opinion it only the beginning. I suggest you to try to look in

  6. Medredydd

    It is the good idea. I keep him.

Write a message