What can be more gorgeous for a bathroom than Provence style? This is a romantic and exquisite style, perfect for those who are looking for refined décor. I’ve prepared a whole bunch of beautiful Provence-styled bathrooms and you will really breathe this style in while looking at them. The base of such decor is a vintage or shabby chic bathtub; now have a look at the cabinets – they should also be vintage, shabby chic or farmhouse-styled to add a pretty rustic touch. Baskets for storage, vintage planters with greenery or lavender, refined mirrors and curtains – all this will help you to create a wonderful Provence atmosphere.
Japanese studio Kairi Eguchi Design, have recently launched their Trans-Lamp Collection that includes four different styles of lamps. An experimental series that is designed based on the idea of applying theoretical mathematic calculation on standard products to form new products. When the products get place in the same space, they naturally link to one and other, and add a graceful rhythm to the space. A luminaire lights the room/atmosphere with a gentle light by covering the light source with a shade and controlling the glare. By shifting the heights in specific levels while preserving the volume of the frustum of cone, we present a new series of lighting equipment that allows your body to feel the same voluminous whilst changing its style depending on the usage.
Boasting a living surface of 316 square meters, this peninsula home in Sweden designed by architect Boris Culjat is surrounded by a dream landscape. The main unit accommodates nine rooms plus kitchen and is structured on two levels. There is also a guest house on the site, with its own kitchen and living room with exit to large patio. With extensive glazing, wooden flooring and natural materials, the rooms exude a bright ambiance. Despite a modern design approach, the social areas are highly inviting. Outdoor and indoor spa, steam room and outdoor bathtub are additional features of this property make the home even more luxurious, get inspired!
Provence style means romance and charm, so if you are addicted to it like we are, this article is for you! Today we’ll see how to decorate a bedroom in Provence style and create a charming atmosphere. Whitewashed stone or wooden walls is right what you need for such a space; try wooden beams on the ceiling – that’ll give the bedroom a cozy rustic vibe. Beautiful floral textiles will help you create a right atmosphere: pillows, bedspreads, curtains and rugs is a budget-savvy and easy idea. Don’t forget refined chandeliers, lamps and candleholders as they are necessary for every Provence interior. Look at the fantastic examples below and choose the ideas that suit you!
Like his Black Scars Cabinet, designer Alon Dodo’s Secret Dresser is a thought-provoking piece with a bit of mystery and dark playfulness. What appears to be a straightforward mixed wood dresser holds a secret within the surface of its top. This is a cute and smart secret space for hiding some jewelry or money, or some other pretty little stuff. To find this space you’ll need to hit the jump. I like the combination of dark and light wood in one, as this is one of the latest trend in furniture design. The dresser knobs are also very original, these are loops of durable leather. Enjoy the pics of this awesome furniture item!
This pretty country home is located outside Berlin, Germany. The red brick façade makes you think of something really traditional and the inside continues the theme: the interiors are mostly traditional, calm, with lots of vintage and shabby items. Vintage wallpaper, stove, rocker with natural wood surfaces create a cozy atmosphere. When you enter the home you’ll find a dramatic white staircase leading to the bedrooms and doorways to the library and the living room on either side. The kitchen faces north and the windows face a brick wall, so the kitchen isn’t the brightest room in the house yet it’s very inviting. The colors are calm and kind of dusty, and that’s another thing that is so important for creating a cozy atmosphere. Enjoy the pics below!
Provence style is amazing for romantic and charming décor, a little bit rustic and a little bit vintage. We’ve rounded up cool Provence-inspired kitchen that look so cozy that you won’t want to leave them. Whitewashed stone walls are a perfect canvas for creating an adorable Provence interior; wooden beams on the ceiling and wooden floors are right what you need. A hearth is a great idea for a vintage interior, even if it’s decorative and doesn’t work. Vintage whitewashed cabinets are the best ones for kitchen, choose rustic or refined shabby chic furniture. Greenery and herbs in pots will help you to polish the Provence-styled kitchen. Find more fantastic ideas below!
Brick Lamp was first created in 2010, and The original idea of this project is to make people aware of the moment of concealing and revealing light. To make it a functional lamp, instead of a switch, light is activated when raised (on) or laid flat (off). Also by creating the side facets, a natural handle is made which also directs the light when the brick sits on its side. Brick Lamp is powered by led panel light and rechargeable built-in lithium-ion battery with USB charging port. It can be easily hooked up to almost any power source. Three different materials are available which are aluminum, cast concrete, and solid wood.
Dutch Friesland farmhouse can boast of the great mix of vintage, flea market finds and truly inspired and stylish upcycling. The interiors are white, lots of objects are whitewashed to achieve that adorable vintage atmosphere. Grey and white aren’t always a cozy combo but there’s natural wood in décor, mostly shabby chic and warm-colored, the furniture is shabby chic with a vintage vibe, that’s perfect for creating a relaxing atmosphere. I love the unexpected touches like a Moroccan pouf, baskets, driftwood or a fishing net hanging from the ceiling. This farmhouse shows how to combine modern, industrial and vintage styles in a harmonious symphony that looks cozy and inviting.
You can say that a bath in a bedroom isn’t practical but it’s so relaxing and dreamy – just imagine jumping right into your bed after a bath – heaven! There are lots of clever solutions that allow to avoid condensation and this piece will make your bedroom chic and unexpected. Highlight the bath zone somehow: with tiles, colorful wallpaper, wood or marble. Another great idea to separate two zones in one room is to place a glass divider, especially if you are going to place the bath close to the bed – that will also save your textiles. Look at the gorgeous ideas below and get inspired!
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