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Folks, there’s something in the air today and it’s telling me to post these images featuring dark interior design. This is something of an assortment; just things that caught my eye with no real rhyme or reason, just that they’re all dark. Enjoy.

Dramatic darkness via Axel Vervoordt. | japanesetrash.com

Dramatic darkness via Axel Vervoordt.


The Ett Hem Hotel's layered look. | japanesetrash.com

The Ett Hem Hotel‘s layered look.


Beautiful detailing on this sofa from de Sede. | japanesetrash.com

Beautiful detailing on this sofa from de Sede.


Dark interior design using some of my favorite materials. | japanesetrash.com

Dark interior design using some of my favorite materials.


Chicken Point Cabin is like a beacon in the darkness. | japanesetrash.com

Chicken Point Cabin is like a beacon in the darkness.

Leather is one of those materials that I think works just about anywhere, any time; I have what you might call leather love and here are a few examples of some of my favorite uses of the material:

It was this image of this sofa that got me started on today’s leather binge:

Gerard Van Den Berg; Leather 'Ringo' Sofa for Montis, 1970s. | japanesetrash.com


But I have to admit, I have just as much regard for this leather sofa–love all the textures in this space as well:

Love this leather sofa & all the dark textures in the space. | japanesetrash.com


A leather dopp kit like this one is the kind that will last a lifetime:

Teranishi's leather dopp kit is a favorite. | japanesetrash.com


How about leather lampshades? As I mentioned, it’s the kind of material that can be used almost universally:

These leather lampshades from Anaesthetic are terrific. | japanesetrash.com


This headboard made from leather gym mats attached to the wall have been a long time favorite:

Leather gym mats as a headboard. Brilliant! | japanesetrash.com

amangiri suite

Here’s a “good” problem: figuring out how to furnish your poolside space; it’s the kind of problem I’d actually want to have—because then I’d have a pool. But just because I don’t have a pool doesn’t mean I can’t have opinions about what makes for good poolside décor. Here are some of my favorite examples.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.

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