20 Cool Design Details That Will Make Your House Unique

Include a sunken lounge in the living room

A sunken lounge is guaranteed to make the living room stand out. It’s a feature that needs to be planned in advance so you need to think carefully about the entire layout of the space and the way everything will be organized.

Have a dining table hidden inside the kitchen island

This is another cool design feature, one which you can add to the kitchen. This is a dining table which sits flush inside the kitchen island and can be pulled out and extended when needed while the rest of the time it remains unnoticeable and saves space.

Make a 3D accent wall with a cool pattern

An accent wall is another great feature which can make your interior design stand out and look cool. There are many different ways to go about that.

Decorate an accent wall with LED light strips

Speaking of accent walls, check out this other amazing design idea featured in this suite inside Hotel Kaktus Playa from Spain.

Hang stone curtains outside your windows

If you’re looking for that unique, unconventional way to make your house stand out might we suggest stone curtains? It sounds strange but it’s actually real.

Let the light shine through your staircase

Some of the coolest design ideas are created out of a need for something, whether it’s more storage space, more natural light or something completely different.

Hide the kitchen or laundry room inside a closet

Another interesting idea is to hide some of the spaces and features in your home just to maintain a clean and airy look when you’re not using them.

Have a perforated facade that lets light through

Some design elements have to be thought through in the early stages of a project. For example, this is a perforated facade which PJV Arquitetura designed for a home in Brazil.

Take advantage of a big window with a custom seat

A large window offers many advantages, the main one being the panoramic view which can be enjoyed followed by the large amount of natural light which enters the room.

Use the space underneath the staircase for storage

The last design idea on our list is inspired by the Murphy door concept and is not exactly unconventional. The idea is to put the space beneath the staircase to good use by integrating a series of storage modules hidden behind secret closed doors.

Disguise your desk as a shelf

It’s now more common than ever to work from home in which case you need a space where you can do so. However, putting a desk in the middle of the living room or having one take up space all the time in the house can be an inconvenience.

Get the bed out of the way during the day

The Cloud Bed is a super cool system designed by studio Ori and which was created mainly for small homes. It’s meant to let you use the same area both as a bedroom as a living room by getting the bed out of way during the day and making space for a sofa, coffee table and whatever else you want to put there.

A height-adjustable table

It’s really nice to have some flexibility with the furniture in the house so you can use the same thing for multiple purposes.

Hide a gym inside the living room furniture

Having a home gym is super cool but is also quite the luxury since most homes don’t have the required space for something like this. However, studio 24Storage came up with a super cool solution for this.

A flat for cats disguised as a cabinet

Pet owners usually face this dilemma: wanting to share their home with the pets and creating a comfortable environment for them but wanting the place to look nice as well.

Create your own unique 3D-printed furniture

It’s now possible to create 3D-printed furniture, accessories and accessories for your own and studio Model No. Furniture came up with the cool idea of offering their clients a platform where they can customize and shape each piece in real time and to create unique products that perfectly suit their needs and aesthetics.

A multifunctional unit with moving shelves

Modular furniture always has a cool vibe because of the unexpected element in their design. An example is the Gate series designed by architect Artem Zakharchenko-Halytskyi.

A smart bed packed with cool features

Beds have stayed more or less the same for a very long time until we figured out it was possible to integrate all sorts of extra features in their designs like speakers, chargers and so on.

A table that doubles as a planter

As we embrace all the new technological improvements, the urbanization and the constant evolution of our species, we grow more and more estranged from nature. But it’s not all bad because talented creators and designers find inspiration in this and the result is gorgeous items like the BloomingTables.

Sculptural lighting that looks like jewelry

Long are the days when the lighting was only functional. Today the main thing we look for in our chandeliers, pendant lamps and other lighting fixtures is the design and the aesthetics in general.

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