Normal Room - Global Decor

I know you do it. During your evening strolls, you glance over at the neighbors' homes whenever their curtains are open. While you may not press your face against their window, it's fun to see how others are living. Especially everyday, "normal" people. That's why Normal Room is a fun surf. It's a website that reader Anssi recently told me about that takes you into the rooms of those living all over - from Finland to Russia, Ethiopia, New Zealand, Argentina, and beyond. It's fun to see what decorative styles we share (or not) with other cultures. Even though the community is still growing, it's worth checking out and better yet, contributing your own images. Help Normal Room grow - it's a great concept.

A terrific flat in Tokyo.

While I do not suggest clicking on "browse all" because you fall into a virtual rabbit hole, I think "search" is the way to go, and then search by country. I selected Germany, Finland, Australia, the Netherlands, and Japan. Here are some of the results, see what you think.

Fijian has a great flat in The Netherlands, don't you think?

A really cool apartment of a 26-year-old student in Helsinki.
Fantastic colors!
Notice the art and twinkle lights - love!
A serene bedroom in Sydney with a beautiful view.
A home office inside of a timber frame house built in 1560 in Germany.

(images from normal room)