Powerful Interior Design Based on Pattern and Color

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Who says you need elaborate faux ornamentation or ostentatious luxury furniture to make an interior design unique and amazing? Not only does a focus on coloring and patterning a space save money but it can make at least as much of a statement as most furniture-centric interior designs.

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Inspired by the changing of seasons outside of this apartment, designers Tham and Videgard Hansson create a spatial experience through the shifting of colors – from winter grays and blacks through summer greens and autumn oranges – from one room to the next throughout this vast series of interior spaces.

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With little of the traditional interior decoration left from this 1800s apartment space, they were forced to use outside inspiration to fill in what had become a rather dull and plain set of rooms.

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Stark white furniture was used through as a way to set it apart from the brightly-colored floors and walls, keeping the design from becoming too busy and emphasizing the distinction between object and context.

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While the patterns at any one location might seem playful and random there is a very rigorous overall pattern to the colors used from one space to the next, creating a series of complex spatial sequences that were planned from the outset.

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