It’s spring and everything around is awakening. You can bring a part of this spring charm indoors if you pay attention to floral patterns – get these spring blooms inside! You can say that floral patterns are only feminine but that’s not true, they are suitable for vintage, boho chic, farmhouse and many other décor styles including modern. Floral textiles are a wonderful way to bring a spring feel to your home: curtains, bedspreads, tablecloths and rugs can become a budget-friendly yet very stylish addition to décor. Floral upholstery for the furniture is also a great idea, take some colorful floral fabric and DIY your piece! Look at the pics below and bring spring vibe to your home!
The ‘Unique Collection’ of furniture, handmade from precisely cut oak, mahogany, and pallet wood, is the work of FactoryTwentyOne owner, Christopher Berry. This Unique Cabinet One is a part of this collection. The beautiful doors were going to be two tabletops but due to the nature of the collection the decision was made to turn them into doors for this fantastic and unique cabinet. The doors are made from oak, mahogany and pallet wood with brass hinges and door pulls giving the piece it truly classic look. The cabinet sits on oak feet and the carcass is made in oak veneer. There are 3 shelves with the top and bottom ones adjustable. Storage can be stylish and eye-catching, and Unique Cabinet One is one more prove.
Spring is high time to think about a summer vacation and your country or beach home décor. Here’s a great inspiration: tiny, two-story Beach Hampton house with just a 15′ x 20′ footprint designed by Bates + Masi Architects. It displays slight shifts in geometry, helping to make the most of natural light while maintaining the tight footprint. By expanding the volume towards the top, the interior feels larger and it makes way for an interior light well that brings light to the ground floor. Large expanses of glass give the interior a completely open feel to enjoy the view. Privacy shades can be lowered between the spaces, which are also acoustically divided. Each room has its own mechanical unit, making it more energy efficient, but also eliminating the need for floor and roof ductwork.
Spring is the best time to try some beautiful botanical wallpapers, as there’s nothing better than flowers or plants for décor, no matter – natural or not. Such wallpaper is timeless and amazing for any space: a bathroom, a bedroom, a home office, a closet, a balcony or a terrace. White furniture and textiles will look great with your colorful wallpaper and won’t make the room look too busy. If you want to add some color in furniture, textiles and details, choose color blocks. Even using botanical wallpapers, you can still place simple artwork or black and white photographs or mirrors on your walls. Get inspired by the ideas below!
Whatever this cabinet did to deserve those lashings must have been really bad! At once dark and playful, the Black Scars cabinet by designer Alon Dodo tells a story with its artistic sculptural form that celebrates the unique qualities of wood. Though it looks soft and fleshy, it’s made from solid oxidized oak adorned with brass legs and leather handles, and I’d say that wood just couldn’t have been accentuated more than it had been done here. It’s a cleverly crafted centerpiece that’s sure to be a conversation starter in any room, it’s a perfect attraction for any modern interior.
This Amsterdam apartment is a renovation project by Mamm Design of a duplex unit in an 85-year-old housing for a family of four. Since they have not been brought up in Amsterdam where they have a lot of gloomy weather, their request was to have maximum sunlight in the house. Kitchen, bathroom and toilets are packed into the tower, utilizing existing pipe box. Kitchen, bathroom and toilets are packed into the tower, utilizing existing pipe box. The designers took away the stairs, walls and a part of the upper floor’s slab, so that the sunlight can spread into all over the house, and the family was connected at the same time, just as they wanted.
Watercolor décor is perfection: reminding of the world masterpieces by impressionists, it brings spring and even summer feel to any space. We’ve already told you of watercolor wall décor ideas, and today I’d like to roundup all the rest. Wanna feel spring right now? Go for bright or subtle watercolor textiles: a bedspread, bedding, a tablecloth or a table runner, a rug and curtains – that’s budget-friendly and you can buy or DIY them as you like. A wall art piece or tableware will make your kitchen or dining room more cheerful and vivacious. Clock, pillows, ottomans – just a couple of watercolor accents can completely transform your living space, get inspired!
Can you imagine how an industrial piece of furniture gives your interior a philosophical vibe? Unbelievable? Take a look at In The Fog by Ukrainian designer Dmitry Kozinenko! These are metal shelves with a dotted pattern that create an illusion of furniture fading in the air. So simple and so genial! The shelves are available in various colors: yellow, brown, turquoise, red, grey and so on and you can customize them: mount them vertically or horizontally. The furniture is extremely creative and cool, modern and very original, suitable for both home and office spaces. This is a perfect balance between style and functionality!
This Broadway loft by Casamanara is a bright, contemporary space filled with energizing contrasts but it also has an industrial side. The design is creative and dynamic, large windows let sunlight in and this gives the rooms a fresh vibe. There are actually two distinct living spaces, one of them being organized in front of the TV. Both areas are inviting and use textured and patterned rugs to stand out. Abstract paintings contrast with the architectural images offered by the large windows. The concrete walls maintain a balanced look throughout; I love the use of colors in the apartment – it’s bright yet not garish.
Here are some best product and furniture designs which were covered on DigsDigs during February 2015. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out. Don’t forget to check out best house and apartment designs of February 2015 too.
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