This shared bedroom for three girls is one of the cutest kids’ rooms ever. With Scandinavian vibe and a little bit of the French touch, this shared room is very special, but it doesn’t look like something out of a cold or distant catalogue. The white base is combined with soft colors and some graphic splashes. The room is full of light and lovely details. Each girl has her own bed and the older sisters share the workspace. Garlands, wall stickers and cushions are details that add charm to the nooks. Boxes and shelves are perfect to keep the room tidy and serve as storage for toys and books. We love the contrast between pieces: each bed is different, a robust stool looks good with a modern pineapple lamp, and an antique mirror can combine with a modern crib.
Located in Dublin, Ireland, this 18th century 2 story home was dilapidated and in need of a complete overhaul. Kingston Lafferty Design transformed this dump into a dream. Extensive structural works were required to support both the existing and proposed structures and to retain the neighboring properties. The main objective of the interior design was to maximize the space available and direct as much natural light as possible into the existing property. The entire basement floor level was reduced to improve floor to ceiling height and the rear garden was extensively excavated to allow for the construction of a large conservatory extension. A tiered garden was designed to increase the quality of natural light entering the basement level. The linear forms and raw materials create a contemporary space which juxtaposes beautifully within the period features of the original property and the traditional style conservatory.
I’m in love with most of IKEA creations because they are smart, functional, space-savvy and perfectly blend any interior. You can take a regular IKEA piece and easily turn it into a real masterpiece and use it like you want. Raskog cart by IKEA is right what I’m talking about – a simple but versatile piece. The sturdy construction and four casters make it easy for you to move the cart and use it wherever you like. It even fits in tight spaces because of its small size. Decorate it as you want and use for kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, craft room, kids’ room storage – it’s perfect! Get inspired, guys!
This botanical-inspired clock was created by designer Svetlana Mikhailova and made of veneer and plywood. Oak veneer is used for the top, and intricate shapes in a beautiful eco-style are elegantly cut from it. The bottom part is made from birch plywood, painted in a dark color. The clock looks so eye-catching that you can spend hours and hours looking at its surface and trying to find out what you see there. This piece is real art, not only a functional time-showing thing, it will be a center of attention in any room, its dramatic look is adorable!
Named Floating House by MOS Architects, the two-storey building provides a summer residence on the Canadian side of Lake Huron. Thanks to its pontoon base, the house adapts to the changing water levels of the lake, which rise and fall throughout the year. Externally the building is clad in a rainscreen of cedar planks. Living spaces are all located on the level above. The entrance leads directly into the kitchen, which functions as the house’s main artery. The lounge and bedroom occupy the large spaces at both ends, while an office, bathrooms and storage spaces fit in between. Wood was used throughout the interior for flooring, ceilings, furniture and joinery.
IKEA Bekvam stool is a piece made from solid wood with a hand-hole in the top step makes the step stool easy to move. If you think that it’s just a usual kids’ stool, I’m ready to prove that it’s on the contrary! Bekvam can be used for many purposes, starting from helping your kids to get to some places or just to sit and paint or eat. You can also use it as a nightstand, a storage piece in your bedroom, bathroom, closet, or a comfy seat in the hallway. The combo of functionality and smart design is just killing, and if you still don’t have this item at home, just go buy it!
The Abimis Kitchen by Italian company Prisma was especially developed for passionate gourmet cooks who want a home kitchen like those of the great chefs. The Abimis kitchens are made entirely from stainless steel, completely join-free and amazingly impact resistant. The stainless steel surface is orbitally polished to make scratches and marks difficult to see and to give the kitchen a warmer and softer look. Abimis is the result of a complete redesign of the kitchen environment, and conserving, preparing, cooking, presenting and washing are made smooth and logical. Each phase is a sequence of careful and precise movements that, if properly organized, can become quick and easy, leaving greater freedom for expression and creativity.
Linc Thelen Design together with Scrafano Architects have transformed a church into a home for a family with three young children, in Chicago, Illinois. The church, boasts 7 bedrooms and 6 baths. The great room has ceiling heights soaring at 25 feet. Finishes were selected to create a hip and eclectic vibe pairing interesting wallpapers and light fixtures. Linc custom designed and fabricated many of the home’s details like the climbing wall, dining room table, Murphy bed in the nursery and much of the furniture. The home showcases historic details of the church with original stained glass windows, bell tower, exposed brickwork and ceiling turnbuckles while integrating all of the conveniences of modern living.
IKEA Mammut furniture is made for children, and today I’d like to share some Mammut stool ideas. It’s made of plastic which makes it easy for children to carry and move and also perfect for outdoor use since it is made to withstand rain, sun, snow and dirt, a perfect children’s item, ha? You may still hack and personalize it a bit with some stickers, spray paints, stencils or make a cover. A cover can be with some Super Hero theme, cartoon theme or just a fur or knitted one to keep your kid warm and cozy. Enjoy the ideas below and have a look at Mammut DIY hacks here.
Inspired by the crown of a pine tree, the Branch Chandelier’s extensions were designed with modular logic and can be easily turned and customized for unique placement, this is a fantastic mix of modern design and pure nature. As in nature, the boughs are non-recurring and the Y-shaped constructional elements used to create the boughs turn to different positions relative to each other. Beyond the standard of 9/5/14 element options, a maximum of 28 elements can be combined to create the perfect size and expansion for a tailored look. Such a chandelier is suitable for any modern, minimal, masculine or industrial space and will definitely make a statement.
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