If you want to be able to afford a little more sound inside your house than a mosquito’s buzz but can’t sound proof your house there are some decorative ways to increase sound insulation. This is especially useful for those who live in a rented house or rather apartment where the walls are thin as paper and the noise policy is strict as law, or for those who are going to organize a home cinema or a music studio. There are several ways to sound proof your home: acoustic panels, curtains, drywalls, upholstered walls or cork ones – and more. Acoustic panels are perhaps the most modern idea because many designers create awesome bright acoustic panels with various patterns, which can complement any space. Look at them and other ideas below!
Enhance your minimal living space with the Impila floor lamp by designer Yu Ito – a modest yet very functional piece. With its built-in shelves, it eliminates the need for a bulky side table, keeping the aesthetic open and clean. It can be used next to a sofa or in the corner of a room just like any conventional floor lamp, except when you need an extra table surface to put your cups, snacks, keys or magazines; you can simply pull the round plates up from the bottom and tighten the fastener on the back of each plate to fix it at the desired height. Better yet, they’re height-adjustable to keep your objects within a comfortable arms reach. What a wonderful item for a limited space!
This beautiful serene apartment is located in Rotterdam and is a nice example of vivacious and Scandinavian simplicity. The apartment is very spacious, and it’s perfectly highlighted with a light colors scheme of white, light grey and light-colored wood. The dining zone is integrated into the living room, the kitchen is done in industrial style to make it more functional. I love the wooden beams on the ceilings on the second floor – they make the space more inviting and a bit rustic. The spaces are organized in a smart way, especially storage, and each inch of attic rooms is used to advantage. Enjoy the pics of this serene apartment below!
Ombre trend is popping everywhere, from home décor to weddings, and you’ve already seen some of such ideas if you’ve been following us lately. Today I’d like to inspire you with awesome ombre or gradient lamps and lights that look soothing and eye-catching. The cool thing about ombre is that it’s a very calm and peaceful pattern, ideal for relaxed and delicate spaces in pastel colors but actually such a lamp will attract your attention in any interior. Beautiful glass, porcelain, wood or fabric lamps in various gradient colors will make your space awesome and very trendy. Look at the lamps and lights below and choose yours!
Wanna renovate your bathroom and looking for some fresh and inspiring idea? Wanna make it more personalized and add boudoir touches? This bathroom design by designer Christopher Patrick is a fantastic source of inspiration! He decided to create an ‘anti-bathroom’ that would look more like a living room than a bathroom. The base of the décor is red wallpapers with a geometric pattern – eye-catching, lively and noble, and they perfectly blend with the geo floors. The furniture is in the 50s style, and the shower cabin can boast of cool chocolate-colored tiles that make it fun. The result is classical and not boring, the bathroom looks like an old jewelry box.
The fresh blues used throughout this lovely Danish home is a subtle reference to its history — built in the 1830s, it was originally a fisherman’s house. Now it’s a beautiful mix of rustic, industrial and coastal-inspired décor combined with harmony. What catches your eye at once is the natural wood of beautiful shade used for floors – it looks so natural and so nautical that you almost feel the sea breeze. Cool industrial and shabby chic furniture helps to create the ambience, and I love the unobtrusive use of shells and urchins to continue the theme and that beautiful blues are amazingly refreshing. Get more of this eye-candy below!
The trend nowadays for houses is to be as close to nature as possible and to share a strong connection with the exterior. This concept can also be applied to other types of buildings as well. So accessories such as modern outdoor planters are starting to gain popularity, their designs being more interesting and innovative than ever. Concrete, plastic, wood, stone and metal in various shapes and designs – these modern planters look almost like masterpieces, and greenery and succulents make your outdoor spaces look livelier. Look at the ideas below and decorate your own outdoors with some of these super stylish planters!
if you’ve been following us, you’ve already seen a lot of unusual clocks but a clock inspired by musical instruments? Unbelievable! Designed by Daniel Weil for byshop, the Instrumental Clock references stringed instruments with its open wood frame and suspended clock mechanism. As the hands of the clock turn, they pass through two openings, one on each side of the frame, much like that of the sound holes of a violin. The simple wooden frame contrasts with the hands, and each of them is of different color. Ephemeral, surrealist and very eye-catching, such a clock can easily become a statement or even a centerpiece in any modern interior.
Located in the beautiful coastal location of Cabarita, Australia, this gorgeous townhouse blends a soft and relaxing beach style with Scandinavian influences. A simple color pallet of natural materials was carried through from the fittings and finishes to the soft furnishings and furniture all selected and curated by the design team of C+M STUDIO. Clean lines, rich tones and layers of textures create a sense of warmth and tranquility in this elegant interior space. The house looks warm, vivacious and inviting due to the extensive use of wood, leather and warm-colored fabrics, such a cool take on the beach-inspired decor theme!
Feeling like a nap outside? Then a good comfy lounge chair for outdoors is right what you need! A traditional variant is to choose a comfy wicker lounge and add some pillows and a plaid to make it comfier and softer. But you can also go for something more modern and original: a plywood minimalist lounge chair with cool design, a rattan piece for two or with a roof to prevent you from excessive sunlight. There’s one more cool ideas: an upholstered lounge that resembles a bean bag chair but it’s so soft to lie on! Look at the lounge chairs below and choose an option for your backyard!
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