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Unique 3D visualization suite of two talented designers
Who does not want to own a house with a perfect interior design? With immaculate room, living room and kitchen? Bathroom too? If you want to have a modern and colorful bathroom, take a look at these unique 3D visualizations Bad Daymon Studios and Semsa hold.
3D visualization of Bad Semsa hold
Bright colors and graphic prints that seem to jump the wall, can be seen in the drawings Semsa hold. The combination of graphics that adorn the walls and sink in bright colors gives a fresh and bright feel to the design. Perhaps the biggest impression makes the design of bathroom, where the famous integrated wood engraving "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" in Japanese Edo artist Hokusai. Walls, floor tiles and rim are coordinated with the Japanese theme .
Daymon created as a result of 3D visualization which represents the concept of a small bathroom with a minimalist and colorful design. The designs are visually appealing as they are luxurious and comfortable, with a natural touch.
3D visualizations Bad Daymon workshop for small spaces
Daymon studio as colorful creation, clean design with lots of charm and personality. Beautiful large beige tiles on the walls and small, brown wrap rectangular mold. A simple mirror on the wall and sink wood adds a natural touch. The splash of color, we find the towel and a vase. A ground brings good mood in the small room.
You expected a room where the wall and floor are covered with brown tiles, while the other wall and ceiling cream. This choice makes the interesting piece by breaking the rules of traditional design.