Polished Vietnamese Homes With Green Spaces Inside

High-end furniture and richly tonal colour palettes create sophisticated spaces inside these three polished Vietnamese homes. This upmarket image is peacefully balanced with a peppering of green spaces inside, in the shape of understairs courtyards, hideaway terraces and integrated indoor planters. The effects of Mother Nature are dominant in the character and harmony of these interiors, evoking a sense of tranquillity and encouraging a slower pace of life at home. In a fast-moving world, we should always make time to stop and smell the roses. There is also plenty of inspiration for impressive living rooms, kitchens and dining rooms, stylish bedrooms, creative outdoor living spaces, and modern staircase designs.

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Cognac coloured living room chairs mirror one another across a cool grey living room rug. A pair of round nesting coffee tables create a contrasting couple in the centre of the open plan lounge space.

Concrete living room decor builds a bold TV wall treatment. A sleek modern media unit underlines the wall mounted TV screen, whilst a stack of bookshelves build a warm wooden tower.

White marble floor tiles flood a clean, space expanding floor treatment through the living space and home entryway.

An impressive staircase design ascends to the second floor of the home amidst a spray of towering indoor plants that spring from a small indoor courtyard below the treads.

A modern L-shaped kitchen wraps the dining dining area with a row of contrasting grey and white cabinets.

The dining table is integrated into the side of the kitchen island to create one streamlined piece. A woven dining room pendant light brightly illuminates the eating area. See more inspiration for dining room pendant lights here.

A square landing area is made use of as a home library.

Outside on the narrow terrace, a koi fish pond bubbles between raised planters filled with lush shrubs.

Raised planters surround the balcony too, where an outdoor dining set makes a perfect, shady spot for brunch.

A twin bedroom is decorated with a sophisticated cognac and grey colour scheme. A large Oda floor lamp by Sebastian Herkner lights one bedside, whilst a smaller alternative illuminates the other.

A narrow shelf furnishes the simple TV wall, providing a ledge for a small decorative vase and some added greenery.

The next bedroom is a double with fully fitted furniture, which includes custom-made wardrobes, a floating desk and a window seat with storage.

The platform bed slots neatly into the furniture plan too, with a bespoke base and headboard. A grey bedroom rug coolly counteracts the warm wood tone.

Decorative vases add colour by the TV.

This grey bedroom scheme is textured with a headboard feature wall of raw concrete.

More custom-made furniture builds a pristine, taylor-made aesthetic.

Illuminated bookshelves provide soft bedside lighting.

An outdoor dining table makes use of a large terrace area, as does a useful laundry zone.

A raised deck has been covered over with a plant-strewn pergola for shade.

Two outdoor chaise lounge chairs are placed in prime position for the view.

The ​​front entrance makes a smart first impression with a crisp grey block driveway and welcoming outdoor lighting.

The home is stacked to combat the property’s narrow footprint. See some especially narrow properties here.

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Next up, this unique home interior has a character all of its own that is conjured through unusual furniture silhouettes, a moody lighting scheme, and a huge circular window that frames a peaceful green vista.

A modern ceiling fan with light whirs cool air over a Chips lounge chair by Lucie Koldová for Ton.

The sculptural stool is the Spun chair designed by Thomas Heatherwick for Magis. A small indoor courtyard echoes the curves in the furniture with its freeform border.

The rectangle dining table is set up against a large indoor planter that supplies more opportunity for blissful greenery.

A round skylight supplies the plant with natural sunlight.

The skylight also brings extra daylight into the black kitchen design.

A circular cutout in the side of the dining table complements the round skylight.

An outdoor bar area has been created just off the living space as a spot in which to socialise with friends and enjoy some air.

The bedroom is a serene space with a split level floor layout.

A floor bed design occupies the raised section of the room, whilst a small sitting area fills the lower part.

A beautiful wood slatted wardrobe design and a low-level vanity table occupy the space at the foot of the floor bed.

Glass doors can be drawn across the sleeping area, separating it from the larger room. A rattan round rug and a matching pendant light define the cosy reading area. A modern pedestal sink and wall mirror are framed in the open doorway.

Rustic stepping stones over pebbles fashion a natural looking walkway down the hall.

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The final home tour features green decor accents to complement the indoor plant life. Green throw cushions are complemented by natural jute round rug and wood tone furniture. A unique ceiling fan cools the spacious room.

On the opposite side of an organically shaped interior window, a round dining table is set beneath a spectacular shower of foliage.

Wooden wall decor warms the plain white walls.

Three lanterns tumble from the high ceiling, making an enchanting anchor point for the dining spot.

An indoor courtyard grows a tree alongside the staircase design.

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