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Here are some luxury interior design projects that look like art

Luxury interior design projects come in all shapes and styles! There have definitely been a couple of initiatives that prove that there can be a certain art mixed in with luxury, so with that in mind, we’ve picked a couple of interior designer‘s creations that will leave your mouth wide open with amazement.

Kelly Wearstler

Here are some luxury interior design projects that look like art


As an example for Kelly Wearstler, we have this California style Spanish-style bungalow home in the vibrant neighbourhood of West Hollywood. Desiring a home that celebrated the clients’ personal love of art, colour and sculpture, Kelly Wearstler created within the expansive open layout a self-confident design incredibly unique with an infusion of contemporary and vintage art, furniture and sculpture by established and prominent emerging artists.

Marcel Wanders

Irony, humour and some eroticism are the concepts behind one of Marcel Wanders most stunning project. We’re talking about an indulgent luxury hotel where guests are rejuvenated through a pampered vibe. We’re talking about the new Iberostar Grand Hotel Portals Nous in Mallorca.

Located on a magnificent beach, this luxurious design uses transparencies, whites and reflective surfaces to create a flow of openness. Emphasizing craft and modern design, the Mallorquin style is reinforced, inspiring guests with the scenery of Spain. Wanders give the Hotel a splash of colour and, of course, a dazzle of craziness.

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Vincent Darré

Famous for his Baroque Creations, full of fantasy, and surrealism, Vincent Darré is a trendy designer with some of the best interior design projects we have ever seen and his projects speak for themselves.  The improbable mix of textures, colours, and patterns turns each project very dashing, unique, and surprising!

Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler is a proud interior design business owner with several signature stores spread across the world, who keep inspiring people all over the world. The project above is the perfect example of elegance. It features a mirrored case in tones of smoke, cobalt, and copper perched on a minimalist cube base with a mosaic pattern inspired by Pop Art super graphics and the sunset. This statement piece gives that perfect Mid-Century Modern look to this incredible apartment’s division.

Greg Natale

The Barwon River House presents Natale’s approach to the juxtaposition of graphics and patterns within each space. At once sophisticated and characterful, Natale’s interiors are renowned for marrying contemporary accents with vintage pieces to create environments that traverse serenity and flamboyance.

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Achille Salvagni

Achille Salvagni is an Italian interior designer and the founder of Achille Salvagni Architetti, an architecture and design company based in Rome and specialized in luxury residential projects and interior superyacht design. Besides having an interior design studio, Achille Salvagni also has its own collection of modern furniture and lighting and is recognized as one of the top interior designers in Italy.


HOK Architecture enriches people’s lives with more than 1,800 people collaborating across their network of 25 offices on three continents. The group creates magical environments that seamlessly create a blending of human need, environmental stewardship, value creation, science and art.


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