Cosy Spaces With An Essence Of Music In The Air

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Each of these three cosy home interiors are characterised by the beloved belongings of some music loving homeowners. Whether it be a trusted turntable and extensive vinyl collection or a treasured guitar, these living spaces are music focussed with a chilled and creative vibe. Decor in all three homes is light, bright and airy, with a focus on natural materials and en vogue monochrome touches. There are plenty of old school features at play here too though, in the form of characterfully distressed furniture pieces and classical decorative elementsalthough home number three will appeal to those at home in the strictly crisp modern camp.

Visualizer: Nikita Revva

Instead of a TV stand ruling the living room, a music stand is filled with vinyl records, a turntable and sound speakers.

A gallery wall fills the space above the music stand, made up of photographic art and a motivational poster that reminds us to enjoy the little things.

Books lay stacked between the Pioneer turntable and other music memorabilia. A small cactus planter brings a moment of green to the display.

The real book collection is stored in high stacks behind the sofa, where a white painted ladder reaches the highest shelves. The centre of the bespoke bookcase is left void as a display shelf, and becomes a spot to hang a decorative mirror.

A rustic coffee table is poised in front of a monochrome couch, plush with deep scatter cushions and a fringed throw in geometric print.

On top of the coffee table, a ceramic tray pulls together a crystal decanter and decorative vases.

Song birds perch in chorus in wall art, whilst other pieces lean casually on the floor. The floor is also a resting spot for a few more decorative vases and books, scattered around a wooden accent chair and side table with a Scandinavian vibe.

The indoor plant on the window sill is a Split Leaf Philodendron. A geometric planter brings it into the same decor realm as the rooms soft furnishings.

Many items in this home have a laid-back distressed finish that makes them look like heirlooms, or trendy thrift shop finds. These dining chairs however are perfectly matched with pristine white versions of the same model. Green ferns spring freshness into the neutral setting.

A crystal clear orb paperweight shines on top of Scandinavian interior design books.

Dark mosaic tiles richly complement the ruddy brown colouring of the distressed dining chairs.

The L-shaped kitchen wraps the small dining area.

White and wood cutting boards layer up to echo the white and wood theme of the room. Some unique coffee mugs teeter by a stainless steel herb planter that complements the kitchens stainless steel refrigerator.

Open kitchen shelving is stacked by the balcony doors to increase the sense of open space and natural light.

The balcony is a sweet space bedecked with string lights and quaint outdoor furniture.

A chess set rests in play.

Looks like they could use a fruit bowl or two for the overspilling pail of apples!

A white and grey bedroom sets a scene of relaxation.

Decorative african woven baskets set within framework create an earthy point of interest over the headboard. Mix and match pillows bring additional pattern to the bed.

A traditional wardrobe design gets the distressed paint effect too, giving it an interesting antique persona.

In the bathroom, an aged wooden vanity unit is underlined by a crisp modern base, and shone up with gold hardware.

Stainless steel and glass wall sconces carry a modern rustic feel. A round wall mirror between the bathroom vanity lights, and a toiletries stand are presented in rich wood tone to match the unit.

Designer: Vizline Studio Visualizer: Vizline Studio

The second musically minded home interior is an elegant space with a little less filler than the first.

The homeowners beloved guitar awaits full of potential, next to a chic sofa design raised on exposed legs. A square and round coffee table combo sits at the core of a diamond motif rug design.

A modern sputnik chandelier is suspended from a traditional ceiling rose, which echoes the classical elegance of the decorative double doors that grace the room. Geometric print curtains pull into the corners of the lounge by day, and draw closed across the entire wall of two windows by night.

The book collection in this home is pared down and arranged sparingly over a midcentury modern inspired freestanding unit.

Small touches of marble amp up the luxe factor.

Smooth chevron flooring floods throughout.

Visualizer: Nikolay Limanskiy

The last home of beautiful music is a one room apartment in Saint-Petersburg.

Although the apartment is small, sleek monochrome furnishings build a spacious feel.

A pair of beautiful speakers balance out each end of a modern TV stand.

A home workspace squeezes into one corner of the compact lounge, composed of a neat black desk and a stylish tan barrel chair.

The kitchen diner lies just behind the lounge in an open plan arrangement.

Black bar stools contrast against a light wood kitchen island. A black linear suspension light complements the dark duo.

Timber countertops and backsplash match the wooden island. A magnetic strip holds chefs knives in easy reach of the prep area.

Comfortable lounge chairs furnish a bright glazed balcony area, transforming it into a perfect reading spot.

Track lights blaze down the hallway.

Slender bedroom pendant lights are a smart decision for the narrow bedroom space.

Strong lines rule inside the bathroom design, shaping a linear modern bathroom vanity and a low profile rectangular basin.

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