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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.

This week’s leftovers start in a forest north of Copenhagen with this terrific black cabin:

This black cabin tucked away in a forest north of Copenhagen looks so inviting. | japanesetrash.com


Then we’re off to the beach community of Encinitas, California for this lounge-y patio:

Loving the lounge-y feel of this patio. | japanesetrash.com


Followed by this loft space that seems to be where Scandinavia meets California:

How about this space? Scandinavia meets California here. | japanesetrash.com


A wonderful mix in this bedroom that includes a cool workspace:

Such a wonderful mix in this bedroom that includes a cool workspace. | japanesetrash.com


These leftovers end in Madrid, where we find this wonderful masculine apartment:

Just a glimpse of a wonderful masculine apartment in Madrid. | japanesetrash.com

There's more to floating shelves than you might think. | japanesetrash.com

Some things are simply self-evident. The sky is blue, fire is hot, and shelves store stuff. Or shelves display stuff. Or shelves help organize stuff. My point is that—at least on the surface of the subject—there’s really nothing new to discover about shelves. Or is there? I started taking a look at shelves – floating shelves, specifically – and found that there’s actually more than meets the eye when it comes to the kinds of things you can do with floating shelves. Here’s what I discovered: – See more at: The Interior Collective.

Exposed rafters in this Jeffrey Alan Marks design. | japanesetrash.com

I know what you’re thinking. You’re wondering if they put the wrong name on the author line of this post, aren’t you? How that little image of the person who wrote this could possibly be Dave Hime when the first room being shown is so… traditional. I understand your confusion—that’s not the kind of interior design I’m typically drawn to, but this first room is a great example of the kind of thing most people picture in their minds when they read the phrase “exposed rafters.” – See more at: The Interior Collective.

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