Daffodils are one of the first spring flowers that’s why they are so good for spring décor. These flowers really bring a refreshing touch, raise the mood and inspire! How can you arrange them to get stylish décor and inspiring atmosphere? Just take some daffodils and put them into a vase or something more original: a watering can, a tin can, a bowl, a tea pot or a glass vase. A cooler idea is to grow your won daffodils in a glass bowl, in a porcelain planter or even outside in some bucket! Look at the ideas below and get inspired for spring décor!
What is the secret of this warm light given by the these lamps? The point is that they are made of porcelain and called LEDs 21 of Bocci. The thin porcelain skin is allowed to dress over the borosilicate core to create whatever form is most natural to it. This makes a unique shape, of varying size, in every iteration of the fabrication process. A strong contrast is established between the organically distributed soft light passing through the translucent white porcelain skin and the sharp, crisp light passing through the borosilicate glass diffuser. The pendants are arranged because layered and nestled together, they make complex sculptural compositions.
We’ve already told you of Straw side tables, and continuing the theme of going green we’d like to tell you of the Viva desk by SHIFT. It’s made of OSB (most commonly used for industrial packaging) the material is transformed and reused to decrease each objects environmental footprint while providing a unique and distinct look. Despite being green, the desk merges computerized manufacturing with artisanry. For a crafted touch, a hand-knitted suede string intertwines the upper and lower centerpieces acting not only as a decorative element but also to create a segmented shelf for books and other items. Green, elegant, practical – fantastic!
Here are some best product and furniture designs which were covered on DigsDigs during February 2014. 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 2014 too.
Here are some best house and apartment designs which was covered on DigsDigs during February 2014. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
- Eclectic Sensational Apartment With Mid-Century Furniture
- Luxury Modern House With A Rich Color Palette
Moss is a cool thing for décor as it looks so fresh and nature-like! Dazzling over the variants to incorporate moss into the décor? Adding moss topiaries for décor is really easy: put them into bowls or into candleholders and place them to the mantel, window sill or table. Putting moss into a bird cage or making a terrarium of it is a cool idea. A very unusual way to use moss is to decorate a wall with it, for example, in your bathroom but you’ll need the help of specialists to do that. Moss letters hung on the front door will constitute a cool door decoration, and outside you can hang moss balls. Moss is also fantastic for some festive décor – for weddings or Easter. Get the inspiration below!
Wow, when I see this daybed, I think only of lying down on it and relaxing! The overall goal of the project was to create the ultimate relaxation place, a chill-out zone that calls out to the user with its genuine appearance. German designer Stefanie Schissler created Kulle daybed, the surface is surface caused by the different sized pieces of upholstery foam make for a genuine sensory experience. The elegant daybed ranks high in both aesthetics and functionality, and one feels the comfort just by looking at it. The only thing missing is a warm blanket, don’t you think?
Green fans, get inspired! Dutch designer David Derksen collaborated with British designer Phil Procter to create this utilitarian series of biodegradable side tables. Made from a biodegradable board material that consists of pressed straw, the Straw side tables are an innovative new design – this material is right what we need to save the nature! Available in two sizes, the tables are finished with a natural, colored wax that lends the straw a decorative quality while accents of grey or black painted around the perimeter of the circular top and along the corners of the triangular base provide definition.
Oh, we’ve been waiting for the spring for so long! So, it’s almost here and it’s time to add some really fresh touches to the décor. Today we’ve gathered some cool décor ideas using wheatgrass. The most common idea is to grow some fresh wheatgrass in a bucket or a glass vase or some bowl and decorate your table, mantel or window sill with it. Growing the grass in some peculiar places is also a cool example – in the table itself or in an old computer. If have some party, a grass centerpiece, favor or table number is ideal! Look at the amazing examples below and breathe the spring in!
This unusual table is called Tabrio Table by Aliki Rovithi & Foant Asour and features a flexible film that is easily deployed across the surface, providing stain-resistant protection on demand. The piece is very original and cool – it gives you an opportunity to use this table as a dinner one – put all the tableware and whatever you want, and the look of the top won’t be spoilt due to the colorful surface. No more coasters and trays! This is a very modern idea, isn’t it? Being practical but stylish – that’s what a modern furniture piece should be like!
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