Plateau storage unit by Note Design Studio is one more example of stylish and functional Scandinavian furniture for your hallway. Steel tubes slot into an oak base to create this clothes rack for storing outerwear such as coats and footwear. Two white steel bars are bent to create rails for hanging garments and accessories. An oak shelf to place footwear on hovers above the ground, punctured by the rails that also form the feet. The two rails are different heights, offset and sitting one in front of the other. The larger includes a circular tray for storing small items on one side. It’s a cool Scandinavian-inspired storage suitable for any modern hallway or sleeping room due to calm and elegant design.
What is special about this house design is woodwork and colors. This mid-century Lincoln house was renovated by Flavin Architects and it implied adding an array of authentic rural vibes such as spectacular exposed wooden beams and deep overhangs. The house opens to the outdoors through floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing residents to enjoy the lush landscape even when inside. The low pitched roofs, open floor plan, and large windows openings connect the house to nature to make the most of it’s rural setting. Natural materials, neutral colors and rich textures dominate the interior. I think that the colors are worth mentioning because this unique color scheme – kind of a pearl grey and blue mix – is really relaxing and enjoyable.
Turquoise or teal is a very fresh color which is ideal for home décor in any style. It’s ideal for spring and summer décor, and, of course, for your beach home. An accent wall in any room would look very eye-catching and refreshing – like a breath of fresh air. This color easily blends with many other: white, black, silver, fuchsia and dark purple, and creates a cool contrast. Turquoise statement furniture is also a cool idea and suits any style: a chic turquoise velvet sofa will amazingly highlight a modern space and shabby chic stools will make your kitchen more cheerful. Even small turquoise accents like vintage bottles, books or a wall art piece will make your interior a refreshing eye-candy, catch some inspiring ideas below!
Create a bamboo forest at home! Bamboo Forest is a series of eight pieces of furniture and lighting that uses bamboo stalks to integrate with and support glass elements. Just have a look how unusual and contrasting the furniture looks! Glass is a very good material here as it doesn’t distract attention from the natural beauty of bamboo in its original form. Maintaining its original tube shape, Poetic Lab reinforces the bamboo stem’s physical properties by using a cost-effective process they’ve created that uses a stainless steel structure and special resin which creates a minimal yet super strong joint with glass. Love it!
This masterpiece of minimalist architecture by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture is located in Lido di Venezia, an Adriatic barrier island located just outside of central Venice, Italy. Very careful attention is paid to the privacy of those living within, and a number of solutions were devised to keep neighbors’ eyes out without closing the homeowners in. The house’s rooms are built in an L-shaped plan, hugging a large rectangular piece of property which contains a pool, recreational outdoor spaces, and two tasteful garden plots. Both inside and out, white is the dominant color of this dwelling’s architecture and decor, and simple linear forms provide most of its shapes. The combination of simplicity in both shape and color help to make this house bright, serene, and luxurious.
Indigo is hot! This is an awesome color that easily combines with many other and can match almost any style – from minimalist to glam. There are many ways to incorporate this color into your interior, let’s have a look at some of them. Indigo walls, textiles and rugs, tiles and accents – throws, poufs, paintings, vases and candleholders. Blue is the color of peace and tranquility, kind of philosophical, which is why it’s so widely used in interior design as it calms mind and helps with relaxation. Whether on walls, furniture, fabrics or ceramics indigo definitely is a statement color thanks to it’s rich hue, so don’t be excessive with it.
Scoope Design is taking small space design to the next level by providing you with only furniture fixture you’ll ever really need. Superbambi is a chair-turned-table-turned-footstool, it is pretty fantastic, with its stark white base and bold orange seat support. The chair is designed so the orange interlocking piece is the only component doing the real moving. By inserting the orange ends into the different pre-cut holes, you can easily transform the piece in no time. The base of the seat slides off to reveal a turquoise tabletop, which can be used as a desk for children. It’s a revolution in the world of smart furniture for small spaces!
Smart space organizing is right what you need when you have just 94 square meters and a whole family to accommodate. This beautiful Danish home is not only stylish and filled with light but also fits the needs of a whole family. High storage shelves seems to be a continuous theme, as well as smart room dividers and little nooks used in untraditional ways. White is a traditional Scandi color, and it visually expands the space and fills it with light, so it’s used here for several reasons. Grey, black and natural wood make the space look calm and relaxing. I love chalkboard furniture in the kitchen – ideal not only for leaving messages and notes but also for the kids! The furniture is a mix of modern, mid-century and rustic pieces that harmoniously finish the space.
A bit of glitter never spoils the interior, so why not add some glam? There are different ways to do that in a stylish way: covering the throws, walls, lamps, candles and tables. A throw pillow on the bed or formal sofa could easily be dressed to the nines in sequins. A sequin room partition in a monochromatic space will be a nice touch of glitzy glam. If you decide to use oversized sequins you won’t get that super glamour appeal, instead you’ll get a fun, textural style. Add a bit of shine and eye candy by adorning the hallways or mantle with some sparkling interest. Add some more little sparkling accents here and there, and your interior would look awesome and glam!
Symbiosis is an eye-catching bathroom project envisioned by design studio Desnahemisfera for Kerrock. By stylishly integrating a washbasin within a bathtub, the studio managed to create an innovative shape, one that is completely adapted to the human body. Its unconventional appearance fit in minimalist design schemes. Symbiosis embeds advanced technological features as well: water temperature and water pressure can be controlled at the touch of a button, while its built-in speakers enable you to play your favorite music on your mobile phone or device while you enjoy a relaxing bath. Moreover, all plumbing installations are concealed from the human eye in the dual bottom, emphasizing on the clean lines of the object itself.
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