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15 Examples Of Innovative Design That Will Make You Want To Renovate Your Home

Home is the kingdom of those who inhabit it a welcoming home is a place where one feels safe, and every day we live there and use its objects almost automatically. We are so used to its spaces and the functionality of its objects that when we come across something new and different, we cannot help but be amazed. This is the strength of modern design: that of making objects and spaces multifunctional and that of making objects appear in a different light. Design, in the best of cases, manages to combine practicality, elegance, and utility by using space intelligently and exploiting objects in new ways.

#1. These are blackout curtains for the windows, but with their original pattern, they recreate a beautiful metropolitan landscape.

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#2. Even designers know cats want their own space and this wall bunk meets their needs for comfort and independence.

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#3. The example of how design can satisfy a need: this mug is designed for those who like to accompany their coffee with a cookie.

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#4. Even a simple table can become a beautiful object to look at and useful for its various functions.

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#5. Even dogs love their comfort and often climb up on the sofa to keep their owners company: this sofa is designed for them too.

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#6. The design can combine beauty and functionality, in this store it is also synonymous with identity: the reception divider is shaped like a pair of glasses.

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#7. In small rooms, the secret lies in optimizing space: the steps become drawers and boxes in which you can store things.

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#8. When you have to go up, you normally take the stairs. But when you have to go down, you can have fun with the toboggan.

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#9. Small tables with rounded and asymmetrical shapes can come together to form a large table: it all depends on the needs.

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#10. Another example of a multifunctional object: an armchair can become an object holder … in this case a book holder.

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#11. To make the toilet brush more attractive, it is designed to look like a plant in its pot.

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#12. The skeleton of an unused or inoperative piano has become a modern and elegant bookcase.

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#13. This tub with modern design and curved lines resembles a hammock. Who wouldn’t want a bathroom like this?

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#14. When space is at a premium, make the most of it: this is why the washing machine was placed behind an openable staircase.

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#15. This computer holder allows you to work comfortably and anywhere in the house.

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We’ve seen photos showing that the design isn’t just about aesthetics, but is able to combine the latter with functionality. What is your favorite example?

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