Spring is in the air! Willow is not only an Easter kind of thing, it’s great for just spring décor also. Pussy willows are so cute for home décor – just have a look, how many variants you have! It’s enough just to put a bunch of willow into some pretty vase, vintage cups or jugs and decorate your window sill, mantel or table with it. A good idea is to combine willow with some spring flowers like tulips or daffodils – they are contrasting and look cool together. But you can also make an interesting composition like putting willow into glass bulbs or even make a wreath of it – very spring-like! Look at more inspiring ideas below and start decorating your home for spring!
Original shapes of unusual materials always attract attention, and this cabinet is right one of these things. Piega Cabinet by Katrina Ennamorato simulates paper folds in solid walnut (‘piega’ means ‘fold’in Italian), suggesting “a box which has been crushed and remained in a tense form.” The piece is crafted with a combination of handwork and CNC machining and darkened with a vinegar and steel wool solution. Solid wood rather than metal drawer slides used to increase the integral lifespan of the piece. The material and the design make the cabinet look rather futuristic and surrealistic, it’ll become a cool accent piece in any modern interior.
Spanish art and architecture is something special, unlike the others, and each designer’s apartment or house proves that. Architect Núria Selva Villaronga created the design of this apartment in a heritage-listed building built in 1908. The idea was to update the existing conditions and renovate the interiors according to the needs of the owners. The interiors are full of light due to white walls, they look joyful because of cool colorful accents and patterns used. The false ceilings have been preserved and restored with their moldings and ornaments, interior and exterior woodwork, engraved glass and in much of the property, the original Nolla flooring mosaic. This space is an ideal combination of modern design and vintage elements that look stylish and harmonious together.
Hyacinths are amazing for spring décor, especially if you grow them at home – it’s so refreshing! So, why not take several bulbs and grow them with or without any soil? How is it better to arrange the hyacinths? To add a chic vintage feel you can grow hyacinths in vintage cups, tea pots, and for a rustic touch take a dough bowl or add burlap and ribbon. Hyacinths are ideal for a spring centerpiece, any table or party would be greatly decorated with them! Look at the ideas below and get inspired by the colorful spring blossoms!
Architecture students Tadej Podakar and Luka Fabjan have joined together to form TRIpike studio, aiming to design with the principle of combining simplicity, elegance, usability and quality. Their REMLshelf combines these properties as a functional yet aesthetically pleasing wood shelf. The flexibility of REMLshelf is one of its most appealing characteristics. By combining seven of the shelves together, it could be a large wall-shelf or abstract artwork. Here you can store not only books but also any other objects and even art works – it’s an ideal piece for a modern hallway, simple, space-saving and functional.
This loft is located in Moscow, Russia, and it’s filled with air and lightness. The owners wanted to have a light and kind of Scandinavian, that’s why all the storage was done built-in, there is no bulky furniture. The accents are also light – colorful lamps, some tableware and rugs. The furniture used is with simple silhouettes, of neutral colors; one of the walls was decorated with rather dark grey to highlight the fireplace, which looks amazing and unexpected to compare with grey. The space is rather small but it looks big enough and airy – that’s the merit of the designers!
Tulips are perhaps the most spring flowers ever, they bring joy and a fresh touch. How is it better to arrange them so that they could impress you? There are thousands of ways to arrange them, the vase or container depends on the style you are going to have – baskets, vintage cups, jugs, water cans, glass vases, tin cans or whatever you like. An ikebana of tulips is a cool East-inspired idea, they really look unusual and can create a cool centerpiece. Grow some tulips indoors in a glass bowl without any soil to keep your home clean or maybe in a planter and cover them with moss – a truly spring variant! Look at the ideas below and get inspired!
Dutch-style bikes are back in style, along with a kickin’ 7-speed transmission, balloon tires and a host of other awesome features, as brought to you by Los Angeles-based start-up brand Peace Bicycles. The Dreamer is the latest and greatest in two-wheel transportation, available in the Dreamer Step-thru and Dreamer Straight-bar models. Visit Kickstarter for all the details and to learn how you can get your very own Dreamer bike while helping Peace Bicycles get off the ground – and get Dreamers on the road, in every sense. In the meantime here’s some information and imagery at a glance:
This original chair is inspired from Nordic stickback chairs and is called Colibri. It’s kind of a Nordic chair but in a contemporary modernist expression – easy-going but classical, it’s the creation of Markus Johansson. Choose from four different bases, four different seats in textile or bonded leather, four different backs, or opt for four different ones with armrests. The finish is either white lacquered birch or dyed black elm, or opt for oiled natural or blonde oak. There is also an accompanying slender table with a border in massive oak and a durable table-top in melamine to continue the style of your kitchen, enjoy!
This stylish and elegant kitchen design is done by interior designer Yanic Simard. The existing cabinets were resprayed with Benjamin Moore’s 2062-20 Gentleman’s Grey which has a lot of blue undertones. It’s beautiful against the marble counter and backsplash, and to make this kitchen extra special, a faucet with a beautiful custom brass finish and existing cabinet pulls were electroplated to match. I like the wine rack – it’s space-saving and so comfortable in using! And what do you think about vintage chairs with velvet? Aren’t they gorgeous? The whole design is very harmonious and eye-catching, stylish and elegant – ideal!
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