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Jan Steen Living

Design a living room that is well described by "a Jan Steen household". This is a Dutch saying meaning a messy scene. Jan Steen was a famous Dutch painter from the 17th century, most well known for his messy interiors, depicting households and other setups where things don't quite go very orderly. He painted with humour, an abundance of colour and psychological insight.

Blurry Office

Design an office space with soft colors and soft edges. Both in the overall furnishing as in the colors applied to the walls, floors and ceiling. A soft color pallet can be Pastel, but you can also choose a different set of colors that don't result in large contrasts. Also try to accomplish blurry edges in the type of materials and shapes you use. You can (but don't have to) use the image as an inspiration. This is part of an installation made by Plastique Fantastic for the architecture biennale in Venice 2019.

Dream Cafe

Have you ever wanted to find a cute coffee shop just to relax in? Well, whether you found your dream coffee shop or not you now get the chance to create exactly what your dream cafe would look like! Good Luck!

A Minimalist living room

For this contest you are going to design a Minimalistic Living room. Minimalist interior design is very similar to modern interior design and involves using the bare essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space. It's characterised by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with colour used as an accent.

Small Living Patio

Patios are great places to entertain or just curl up with a book! Design a patio for a small home! Make sure to include lots of plants and a comfortable seating area!

Blurry Bedroom

Design a bedroom with soft colors and soft edges. Both in the overall furnishing as in the colors applied to the walls, floors and ceiling. A soft color pallet can be Pastel, but you can also choose a different set of colors that don't result in large contrasts. Also try to accomplish blurry edges in the type of materials and shapes you use. You can (but don't have to) use the image as an inspiration. This is part of an installation made by Plastique Fantastic for the architecture biennale in Venice 2019.

Scandinavian dining room

Nature is brought into the home through the use of woods, cottons, linens, wools, and plants. Scandinavian interior design color palettes are usually made of neutrals: white, ivory, greige, pale pink, soft sage green. The odd pop of color is not uncommon either. With each design choice being very deliberate, you won’t find a lot of cluttered Scandinavian interiors!

Modern Farmhouse Kitchen

In this contest you are going to design a modern farmhouse kitchen. Modern farmhouse design takes the comfortable, relaxed farmhouse style and adds modern touches such as smooth lines, glossy accents and neutral color schemes. It's less rustic, more sophisticated and uses contemporary design elements like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and sleek lighting.

Attic Bed Outdoor

An attic can be useful for many things, storage, extra rooms, play area. In this contest I would like you to make a attic bedroom with the style focusing on nature and outdoors.

Nautical Themed Bathroom

At its heart, Nautical interiors are designs that evoke the sea and all its related elements. The coast and open water are actually embodied within a home. You can use any objects, materials and colors that you find in the coastal environment. For this contest we would like you to make a beautiful Nautical themed bathroom.

Blurry Living

Design a living room with soft colors and soft edges. Both in the overall furnishing as in the colors applied to the walls, floors and ceiling. A soft color pallet can be Pastel, but you can also choose a different set of colors that don't result in large contrasts. You can (but don't have to) use the image as an inspiration. This is part of a watercolour painting by Kathryn Bernard. Also try to accomplish blurry edges in the type of materials and shapes you use.

Summer Shop Storefront

Every so often we make the decision of where to go out to eat, shop and more.The storefront that attracts us and pulls us in most are the shops that have true beauty on the exterior. Shopping brings us joy and gives us the opportunity to splurge our cash. Please design a storefront that looks picturesque and is snapshot worthy. We want to be able to stop, to look at a shop, and say ‘wow.’ It can be any type of shop too :) Have fun designing!

Multi-functional Futon

Originally Japanese, the futon is a flat mattress with a fabric outer shell. They are used in Japan on tatami floors and stored away during the day. The Western futon are almost always installed in an adjustable wooden or metal frame so that it can be used not only as a bed, but also as a sofa or chair. So the futon is a great piece of furniture if you want to save space. Choose from the Roomstyler library one of the many futon products that can be used both as a sofa or as a bed. Then arrange the space around this product making sure that there is room for the sofa to fold out as a bed and that the other furniture pieces and accessories fit both a sitting room and bedroom function. Have fun!

Domestic Elder Care Space

The percentage of people age 65 and over is projected to double in the next few decades, leaving more people in need of assistance. Many families are choosing to create a special room for grandma or grandpa for when the time comes that they need a little extra help, whether for a temporary emergency situation or for full time living. Ideally, the room would be a suite with a small kitchen and bathroom, so your relative will feel like they have maintained some of their independence in their own little apartment. It's up to you to design a suitable space where a single senior can feel completely at home.

Night Sky Bedroom

The night sky is a very peaceful place to look up at and fall asleep to. This contest is where you design a bedroom that has lots of windows to look at the beautiful night sky. It should give you a feeling of tranquility and relaxation. This is your choice of what peacefulness looks like to you – but make sure you add windows to look at the night sky.