5 of the Wildest Interiors from the World's Wildest Decorating Magazine

5 of the Wildest Interiors from the World's Wildest Decorating Magazine

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Nancy Mitchell
Sep 3, 2015
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I have a special love for the Russian version of Architectural Digest, which consistently publishes some of the wildest, most delightfully unusually interiors I have ever seen. If there's something in my Pinterest feed that makes me do a double take, chances are good that these folks are behind it. Here are five of their most wonderfully weird spaces, from homes all over the world.

Above: Your house is full of robots and you have a squishy coffee table. This is the future. Or perhaps it's just a delightful London apartment that crams a whole lotta personality into a space that's only 270 square feet.

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(Image credit: AD Russia)

I appreciate that taxidermy is not everyone's cup of tea — and neither is bright, bright purple. But I defy you to look at this space and not have a reaction of some kind. From a fashion designer's home in Provins, France.

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If color is your thing, then this Lisbon apartment may send you into paroxysms of glee.

(Image credit: AD Russia)
(Image credit: AD Russia)

This Russian client asked his architect to design a home like the ones he had seen in Gone with the Wind. The result? A 'southern' home, filtered through an old-world colorful-bohemian aesthetic. In other words: unique and weird and simply delightful.

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Imagine Alice in Wonderland inside a Tiffany box and you have something nearing the crazy wonder that is this London home. It's not quite like anything you've ever seen before, but in the best possible way.

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