Not everyone takes a tree topper for Christmas tree décor but I can say that this thing can accentuate your tree and make it look really personalized. If you think that it’s too old-fashioned and not modern, we’ve prepared a pack of ideas to talk you around. A Christmas tree topper can be unique and whimsy, for example, a hat or a pack of candy canes. If you choose a star, find or make it of some creative material like rustic sticks, wood or colorful felt. If you want some glam or just don’t want to puzzle over the topper, than just take beautiful ribbon and make a cool big bow. Get more ideas below!
From the makers of the super-portable T1 lamp comes an equally minimalist counterpart that feels right at home on the top of your desk. Called the T2 lamp, its thin form is achieved thanks to a custom LED board producing 520 Lux of brightness using only 2 watts of power! The lamp is handmade using the latest LED technologies. In a material mix of natural wood, steel glass, and colorful cording, it’s the best looking T lamp yet. The practical side is also considered: the lamp can charge not only from a socket but also from your laptop. Such a stylish workspace element is ready for all your requires and highlights your originality.
This Japanese apartment is called Ao Studio by Keiji Ashizawa Design, and it was designed taking into consideration all the requires of the owners, who wanted to have a spacious open-plan apartment to rest from the fuss, to work and to have fun with friends. The architects took away all the partitions filling the space with light and created three zones: a studio, a social space for inviting friends and an individual space for the owners. The storage solutions are built-in because they really help to make the space look not cluttered, and the style chosen is minimalist with industrial touches, there are beautiful and bright turquoise accents.
Many of us face the problem of lack of space, and if you are one of us, this article is for you. We’ve already discussed space-saving Christmas décor ideas, and today let’s see what small Christmas trees you can take and hot to decorate them in the best way. Get a pretty little tree or make it of fir branches yourself putting them into a vase, and then decorate with ornaments of proper size. Another way to do that is to make a wall Christmas tree – just hang some garlands, sticks or branches on the wall in the shape of a tree, here the main feature is your creativity – you can make any crazy tree you want! Get inspired by more ideas below!
Today we see lots of original kitchen designs, let’s have a look at one more cool ideas – the EtKøkken (Akitchen) with its fantastic industrial appeal. It is a unique kitchen that consists of three stations: a water station, a block station and a fire station. In essence it’s a tribute to the three elements that get a meal going; the materials used are terrazzo, steel and wood. In the process, the basic kitchen utilities and functions are covered, the good thing is that you can easily take it outside and use as an outdoor kitchen. This EtKøkken is a great example of a modern kitchen with unique industrial design, flexible, functional.
Los Angeles architect Ray Kappe built a multilevel house for his family back in 1967, and the results still resonate today. I just love how the interior spaces flow into one another, passing one half-level up into the breakfast nook and kitchen and out from there onto the overgrown hillside. The various built-in furnishings have all been there since the house’s construction. In addition to wood and concrete, the other main material in the house is quarter-inch single-pane glass: no room is without a natural light source, whether from skylights, mitered corner windows, or clerestories. The exposed wood and raw concrete throughout the house are offset by bold colors. What beautiful eclectics!
Marsala has officially become the 2015 color of the year! If you don’t know what this color is, just remember Italian Marsala wine, it’s deep red. Go for various Marsala details and touches like a rug, a pillow, a bedspread, curtains, clocks or some furniture. Be careful with this color as it’s rather bold, so don’t use it too much for one room but marsala looks amazing with many other colors: cream, black, yellow, grey and white, so there won’t be any problems in choosing color combos. Marsala is very versatile: it can help your space become gothic or vivacious and very modern. Get inspired by cool marsala décor ideas below!
Wanna make you kitty happy? Here’s a way! Delphine Courier has designed the CatCube, a geometric nest made from cardboard that is designed and manufactured in Belgium. The advantages of this nest is that it’s very lightweight and so fun! Cardboard is a non-typical material for a pet bed or house but it’s ideal for a nest and you cat will feel safe enough inside. There are many cheerful variations of CatCube, in different colors and patterns, which were created by various artists for Catcube, so you can choose what suits you and your interior better. You can even create your own CatCube design as it’s made from cardboard and easy to decorate.
Located in an older part of Stockholm, this airy apartment in a protected 18th century heritage building received the sensitive restoration it deserved from London-based Scandinavian design duo Studiomamma. Leaving the original structure as untouched as possible, they focused on a minimalist aesthetic that set off the beauty of the space, adding modern pieces and bright notes of color here and there. The modern kitchen and bathroom are in marble, which blends effortlessly with the rest of the interior. A large fireplace original place heats the room, while through the windows you can enjoy an exceptional view of the churches of the old town. I love the cheerful bright orange accents that make the space look vivacious and not so strictly minimalist.
Recyclable and renewable materials such as coconut and wood fibers, cardboard and cork are used to make eco-friendly and temptingly tactile screens, wall coverings and room partitions. Bamboo – an eco-friendly, highly renewable material – is used to make bamboo wall cladding. Can you imagine mosaic tiles made from coconut shells? This is a richly textured and warm cladding that’s eco-friendly and 100% natural. The wood fibres create a heat-insulating, heat-retaining and sound-absorbing surface, so they are ideal for making ties or wall coverings – and just imagine that warm feel from the wood! Below you’ll find some cool examples of eco-friendly coverings, get inspired!
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