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Directors' Office

Design an office for the director of a company or other organisation.

Turquoise Bedroom

Design a bedroom where tuquoise is the dominant color.

Brown White Kitchen

Design a kitchen that has mainly brown details in an overall white space. So the walls, flooring and ceiling should be white (whitish) materials and the details in the furniture mainly shades of brown.

Hockney Room

David Hockney is a British artist with an amazingly big, colourful and diverse porfolio. Take a look at his work on this page and design a room (roomtype of your choosing) inspired on one of his paintings or other works which you can pick yourself too. We recommend to use the title of the work you chose in the name of your room so that people can see where you got your inspiration.

2022 New Design Trend

Design a room in a style that you think will be the new design trend of 2022. You are free to choose your own roomtype. Tip: think of a name for your style and use that as your room name.

Hollywood glam Study

The Hollywood glam style for interior design combines Art Deco themes with modern trends. It exudes sophistication and charm that is reminiscent of the 1930s or the “Golden Age of Hollywood”. While the Art Deco style can often be blended with mid-century modern trends in interior design, the ultimate Hollywood glamour is more of modern glam décor, than cluttered or mismatched styles.

Bohemian style living

Throw your design rulebook out the window. If you're following a formula to achieve bohemian design, you're probably not succeeding. Bohemian design thinks outside the box. it's random, eclectic, and devoid of structure and order. That often results in a room that's bright, colorful, and patterned, but those aren't tenants you must follow in order to achieve a boho aesthetic.

Lichtenstein Room

Roy Lichtenstein was one of the most famous artists in the Pop art movement. He made a series of interior paintings. In this contest, design a room inspired on the artwork of this series. See this page for some of his work. He also made a humorous interpretation of a bedroom that Vincent van Gogh painted See here We recommend to use the title of his artwork that you used for inspiration to name your room.

Christmas Classroom

So sad many schools are closed extra long this december!! Let's have a bit of fun at home then. Draw a classroom and decorate it for Christmas. NB: this is an extra short one, 7 days to design and 2 days to vote, so it will be finished during Christmas.

Mismatched Dining Chairs

There are a lot of dining room trends we saw in the 2000s, but one of our favorites is the shift from formal, classic dining rooms to more whimsical, fun spaces. Big box stores began selling chairs as single items, allowing us to mix and match colors and styles to create a happy, welcoming vibe in our dining rooms. For this contest you must make a dining room with mismatched chairs.

Minimalist Cottage Hallway

Design a hallway that is in Cottage style but then very minimalistic. So use elements that are fitting for Cottage style but keep decorations and accessoires and objects to a minimum, and create a very spacious, bright design with little use of colours. The hallway can be the entrance to the house, with some typical items like a coat rack, hat stand, mirror / artwork / umbrella stand / plant. Can also be a corridor with /without a staircase

Community contest: Rustic Living

Rustic designs can fit in all sorts of places. In this contest, design a rustic living room that is natural, casual, rough aged and/or rough. Use the right mix of warm-welcoming, simple and 'earthy' colors to create a cozy space. Also, don't forget! The rustic style embraces nature-inspired textures and an unpretentious organic warmth. Have fun!

Brown White Bathroom

Design a bathroom that has mainly brown details in an overall white space. So the walls, flooring and ceiling should be white (whitish) materials and the details in the furniture mainly shades of brown.

Minimalist Cottage Bedroom

Design a bedroom that is in Cottage style but then very minimalistic. This contest is inspired on this farmhouse design in new England I was reading about from Rafe Churchill and designer Heide Hendricks. See the article here So use elements that are fitting for Cottage style but keep decorations and accessoires and objects to a minimum, and create a very spacious, bright design with little use of colours.

Brown White Reading

Design a reading corner that has mainly brown interior items on a white background. So the walls, flooring and ceiling should be white (whitish) materials and the furniture mainly shades of brown.