Interiors

Showcasing the Best Modern Contemporary Interior Design Ideas

From modern countryside homes to inner-city warehouses, we explore timeless interior design ideas and uncover the beauty of contemporary interior design styles. Join us as we explore the very best in interior design styles from around the globe.

Our home design feature stories will ignite your imagination with living room interior design ideas, modern furniture inspiration and home interior design projects that will have you rethinking your apartment design, or your weekend coastal retreat.

If you’re looking for house extension interior ideas that make the most of a space and accent it with looks that bring to mind the unique modernity of bisque interiors, view standout projects from top-tier architects on these pages.

Home Interior Inspirations

From lathering up in an outdoor shower in the Australian bush in the minimalist design of a cube house in Balnarring, to enjoying a rustic summer house in Berlin’s forest, we’ll give you an insight into the simple delights of everyday life through the lens of great interior design. Take a tour of a bohemian-style townhouse in Brooklyn or discover the perennially stylish Piermont Retreat set in the spectacular coastal countryside of Tasmania. We specialise in showcasing homes and interiors with a passion for aesthetic, form and function. Unearthing the talents behind product and interior design ideas, we showcase the talents of Australian designers and those from across the seas.

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  • Home Tour | Cobble Hill Brownstone by nune

    Step inside the latest project from London and New York City-based designers nune; a reconfigured ‘Belgian-inspired’ brownstone in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill.

  • Little Cottage by Akin Atelier

    Akin Atelier pull back the layers of the typical farmhouse to reveal a minimalist detached-style cottage in the NSW countryside.

  • My Space | Wyer & Co.’s New Workspace

    Step inside landscape design practice Wyer & Co’s new bespoke Sydney workspace, designed by Daniel Boddam Studio.

  • Peace Project by Carole Whiting and Whiting Architects

    Interior design studio Carole Whiting and architecture firm Whiting Architects initiate a return to the fundamentals in this pared-back Edwardian home in Melbourne’s Middle Park.

  • Grange Residence by Conrad Architects

    As a pure expression of scale, proportion and light, Grange Residence by Conrad Architects is a generous family sanctuary in Toorak.

  • The Londoner Hotel by Yabu Pushelberg

    In London, a seductive new West End Story has unfolded courtesy of Yabu Pushelberg with dramatic yet considered intent.

  • Best of est | Sydney Hospitality Destinations

    In this instalment of Best of est, we’re taking you on a tour of four standout boutique Sydney hospitality destinations.

  • Leichhardt House by Porebski Architects

    Thorough planning and a polished material palette reinvigorate a 140-year-old worker’s cottage in Sydney’s inner-west.

  • East Street Apartment by Kanstantsin Remez

    A minimalist one-bedroom apartment designed by Kanstantsin Remez stands as a place to slow down in a city that’s always on the move.

  • Whale Beach House by Studio Johnston

    Tour a multi-storey, multi-generational home on a steep and narrow site overlooking Sydney’s Whale Beach, designed by Studio Johnston.

  • Jupiter Island Home by Thomas Melhorn and Betsy Brown

    An extensive search and an emotive brief made a long-imagined dream home a reality in Jupiter Island, Florida.

  • Courtyard House by Ha Architecture

    Ha Architecture have taken a heritage-listed bungalow in Melbourne’s east and converted it into a minimalist Japanese-inspired oasis.

  • Inside an Unconventional Queensland Home

    Carmichael Build and Story Design Collective bring a fresh take on designing by the coast with their contemporary all-black Queensland home.

  • At Home with Landscape Designer Will Dangar

    William Dangar, of landscape design practice Dangar Barin Smith, has a family home in Sydney that reflects his passions and preoccupations.

  • Duperré Apartment by Heju

    A chic Parisian apartment designed by architecture studio Heju is a colourful capsule of the cultured young couple that live there.

  • My Space | Danielle Bernstein

    New York City-based influencer and fashion designer Danielle Bernstein reveals her new office and studio in this exclusive tour with est.

  • The Espie by Georgina Jeffries

    Georgina Jeffries’ renovation and extension on a time-worn waterfront home sees the birth of an expressive, tonally-rich family abode.

  • Can Brut by Framework Studio

    Step inside a villa on the island of Ibiza that adheres to a design vernacular that is both steeped in tradition and tethered to now.