Simpler is often better, as well as brighter, in the case of this new age home. The modern bright interior is subtle, yet lends itself to the imagination and possibilities of the details contained inside. Netherlands based designer, Sam Habbaba from MOONEYE, shares his work with the world to admire in the form of vast serenity.

Immediately, the high ceilings allow for ample lighting to flood through the tall, double stacked windows and fill the open space, highlighting its simplistic features. The delicate pairing of modern and contemporary furniture plays nicely with the soft palette which carries throughout the entire house.

Bight open living room
Bright living room on the ground floor
Modern bright home design

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The minimalist galley style kitchen sits hidden from view behind a partition wall and boasts flush cabinet doors, built-in appliances, and a grand stainless steel range hood. The mixture of smooth and soft textures invites one to feel relaxed, at home, while remaining in a position of admiration.

Staircase

The finishing touch on this modern bright interior is the art pieces. A pop of color hangs on the wall next to the dining table in the form of a painting and above it dangles five oversized metallic spheres. At first glance, the spheres appear to be a light fixture, but they’re simply a focal piece which reflects light during the day and amplifies it during the evening, becoming a chameleon, of sorts.

  1. Contemporary dining room with high ceiling
  2. Contemporary dining room night view
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  1. Contemporary dining room view from above
  2. Contemporary dining room view from above by night
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Moving outside through the massive glass enclosure, a quaint outdoor dining area awaits where the modern design spills out onto a ground level patio and mixes with the textures of stone walls.

House patio design

There’s no doubt that this home has been carefully designed with the attention and detail that a modern interior requires. It’s not about how simple you can make it but, rather, the impact you can create while remaining true to the style.

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Published in: Houses, Modern | Author: Lynn

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